Entrepreneurship

Brad Angle, Melinda Ann O'Neill and Makinley Angle at 17 North

New businesses proliferate on downtown Ypsi's Washington Street


Running Start founder Debra Power.

Entrepreneurship program for kids to launch in Ann Arbor


Kath and John Roos at RoosRoast Liberty

Ann Arbor's power couples: Sharing a life – and a business


La Torre Taqueria's beef tacos.

5 hidden gems of Washtenaw County's food scene


Linda French outside of Sidetrack Bar & Grill

Digging into Depot Town's latest resurgence


InfoReady logo

Ann Arbor software firm InfoReady makes Inc. 5000 list


SensiTile's sparkling, light-bending architectural materials used at makeup company Lancome's store in New York City.

Ypsi Township's SensiTile continues slow but steady growth


Rachel Blistein and U'nique Haywood.

YCS @ Work program prepares Ypsi students to pursue dream careers


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As start-up central, Washtenaw County is the face of things to come in Michigan. Whether its biotech companies like Ann Arbor's QuatRx, Cerenis, or HandyLab, the alternative energy innovations of Danotek and Adaptive Materials,  Internet gurus like SpamStopsHere and Pure Visibility, or the Jolly Pumpkin microbrewers of Dexter, economic pioneers are reshaping the state's business landscape.

You can't stop them, so why not join them?