MEDC Announces New ‘Economic Gardening’ Pilot Program

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genome-scanning tool, to biotech, pharma and regulatory agencies to more effectively build diagnostics.

OG Technologies – The Ann Arbor company sells inspection systems based on patented, proprietary image-based technology to the steel industry worldwide.

Pixel Velocity or Epsilon Imaging – Located in Ann Arbor, the company develops and markets advanced, system-level video surveillance and threat detection systems to the homeland security market.

Online Tech – The Ann Arbor company houses and manages clients’ IT servers in its data centers.

Sun Engineering – The Saline, MI-based company provides engineering services and manufactures products for missile handling equipment, ground-based radar systems, tactical trucks, and specialized trailers primarily for the defense industry.

Avalon Breads International Food Manufacturing, Detroit – The Detroit bakery offers organic baked goods with sales to both retail and wholesale customers.

Coliant Corporation (Powerlet) – The Warren, MI-based company manufactures “rugged electrical equipment” that allows for the installation of power outlets and electrical devices in vehicles.

Elite Mold & Engineering – Located in Shelby Township, MI, the company provides engineering, research and development, prototyping, and low production for plastic injection molded products.

Ideal Technology – The Shelby Township-based company is a full-service tooling facility and automotive supplier.

Sharp Model – The Romeo, MI company supplies tooling, fixtures, and models for the aerospace, automotive, and defense sectors.

Continuity Programs – Located in Walled Lake, MI, the company creates customer retention, loyalty, and lead-generating marketing campaigns for a variety of markets, including automotive, banking, and real estate.

Real Times Media – The Detroit company publishes traditional and ethnic-oriented newspapers and directories.

Ventower – The Monroe, MI company fabricates and supplies utility-scale wind turbine towers.

Dynamic Computer Corporation – Located in Farmington Hills, MI, the company provides clients with IT procurement services and RFID systems integration.

Pure Michigan Business Connect, a $3 billion initiative announced by Governor Rick Snyder in June, helps implement the state’s economic gardening philosophy, which calls for nurturing existing or second-stage companies with capital and other support services to fuel economic growth.

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  • Where can one find out the rest of the companies involved and how can one get involved?