Grand Rapids Business Journal: Partners report strong startup growth locally

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Michigan State University Foundation’s tech startup resource organization Spartan Innovations recently reported its work in partnership with Start Garden through the Grand Rapids SmartZone is paying remarkable dividends in its early stages.

At the Grand Rapids SmartZone Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA) board meeting on Jan. 12, the MSU Foundation subsidiary said it made “great headway” in the first quarter of fiscal year 2022, which ran October-December, through its partnership with Start Garden to manage the Grand Rapids SmartZone Incubator and related high-tech business support services.

Read the full article at Grand Rapids Business Journal.


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