Crain’s Detroit: TechTown Detroit, Automation Alley receive federal grants to boost entrepreneurship, diversity in angel investing

A pair of metro Detroit economic development organizations have been awarded federal grants as part of a program aimed at accelerating entrepreneurship within the technology sector. TechTown Detroit, the small business accelerator housed within Wayne State University in Detroit, received a grant of $400,000 from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to recruit and train 200 high-net-worth people who are underrepresented in the region’s angel investor community.

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