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Ignite XDS fills out team to spur growth

The Brighton-based marketing firm is growing staff and revenue.

Driverless cars capture Metro Detroit’s imagination

Autonomous vehicles are on the way, and Michigan is set to be at the vanguard.

Delphinus Medical Technologies lands in larger HQ in Novi

A $40-million venture capital raise lands Delphinus Medical Technologies in new 'multifunctional' Novi facility.

Custom Home Health acquires hospice company, plans expansion

A new hospice acquisition sets the stage for Royal Oak-based Custom Home Health to grow.

Loven Systems creates big data tech that mimics user decisions

Can you trust the decisions software makes for you? Loven Systems in Novi is betting on it.

Your People expands 'kitchen table' with new team members

PR firm expands while keeping it "at the kitchen table."

Nanotex adds key hires to accelerate growth

The Bloomfield Hills-based fabric company re-tools its staff to position for growth.

Automation Alley sinks seed capital into six local startups

From online security to custom tooling, Automation Alley's 7Cs program helps launch tech startups across metro Detroit.

Nexcess adds two more data center support facilities in Southfield

Nexcess has has data centers around the world, but most of their new jobs have been added in Metro Detroit.

Immigrant turns American Dream into own business in Pontiac

Hector Martinez came to Pontiac 20 years ago with almost nothing. Today, his tree-trimming and landscaping company, Trees&Co, is looking to hire. 

Scholarbiz connects college students with real-world project work

The online platform is an alternative to traditional internships that benefits both business owners and college students.

Tech staffing firm rebrands itself and broadens staffing services

Troy-based iTalent has a new name, ektello, to reflect its growing variety of staffing services. 

Tech startup developing software for sports venues gets first major client

WaitTime, which develops software to track when and where its fans go during games to better serve them, lands a contract with the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Software firm iDashboards finds growth both home and abroad

In the last year, the Troy-based software developer iDashboards hired a dozen new employees working on four continents.

Plymouth-based Celsee finds customers for its cancer-detection technology worldwide

Celsee Diagnostics is developing a platform for early detection of cancer from blood samples.
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