| Follow Us: Facebook Twitter Vimeo RSS Feed

Startup News

889 Articles | Page: | Show All

Red Panda starts selling next generation of digital guitar pedals

Red Panda's guitar pedals are built in the company’s recently expanded space in the Green Garage by a staff of four people. Growing demand for the guitar pedals has prompted Red Panda to add a new hire over the last year and fill out its 600 square feet of space.

Inventev halfway to raising $1.5M seed round for commercial truck tech

Inventev recently landed a $500,000 federal grant, which represents a large chunk of the TechTown-based startup's upcoming seed round.

Detroit startup Castle kicks off first month at Y Combinator

Castle is making waves at Y Combinator, the granddaddy of all tech startup acclerators.

Famed Pinkerton detective agency opens downtown Detroit office

The famed Pinkerton detective agency has opened an office in downtown Detroit that will serve as the headquarters for its Michigan operations.

Sidewalk Ventures works to connect businesses with local investors across Michigan

Sidewalk Ventures spent its first year helping a local entrepreneurs connect with local investors, but now the Midtown-based company is looking to spread its business model across Michigan.

Crafting high-quality stories propels Final5's growth

Matt Dibble, the founder of Final5, has learned a lot in the five years since launching his creative agency, first and foremost that the biggest successes come when his clients better connect with their community through stories.

Detroit Denim Co. moving out of Corktown's Ponyride and into bigger digs on riverfront

The move will allow the 5-year-old company to triple its production of jeans.

Girls With Guts founder grows nonprofit into full-time job

Jackie Zimmerman helped launch Girls With Guts in 2012 with the idea of helping women battling Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Today her side project has turned into her full-time job.

Boots on the Ground puts veterans to work making boots in Detroit

"We don't want to just pay a living wage. We imagine what it means to wage a living."

Tweddle Group opens up 30-person tech office above Fillmore

The 65-year-old automotive communications and publishing firm is bringing 30 employees to a new office in the Palms Building, which is also home to The Fillmore Detroit theater.

Bareo's mobile inventory app targets small food businesses

Karren Timmermann identified the need for a food inventory app when trying to launch her own salsa company.

Creative Circle moves Detroit office downtown to join "creative community"

Creative Circle has moved its metro Detroit office from Southfield to downtown Detroit for one big reason: to take part in the creative rebirth of the Motor City's central business district.

Lawrence Hunt brings breathable material to dress clothes

Lawrence Hunt is a clothing startup that makes dress shirts for men that employ breathable material.

Detroit furniture maker Floyd finds a few good legs to stand on as it scales sales

Floyd recently released its biggest product to date, a bed, while fleshing out its staff at its home in Ponyride. Now the startup is raising a seed capital round and laying the groundwork for a large global sales push in 2016. But first it’s enjoying some significant sales gains this year, clocking more than $1 million in revenue so far.
889 Articles | Page: | Show All
Signup for Email Alerts