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Auto Show and downtown Detroit share identical tech happy future
By John Gallagher, The Detroit Free Press
Downtown Detroit and its annual auto show share a rapidly evolving identity as a home to tech start-ups. Overlooked mostly until now, this trend represents a big change for both.
The North American International Auto Show no longer is just about sedans and trucks. Now it offers a growing menu of mobility-related start-ups in its AutoMobili-D display.
Planet M launches mobility industry hub inside WeWork
By Annalise Frank, Crain's Detroit Business
Startups that want to dive into Detroit's mobility industry can rent dedicated, subsidized space at WeWork's Merchant's Row location in downtown Detroit.
The Planet M Landing Zone, a 65-desk space funded by the MEDC and the Detroit Regional Chamber, offers a selection of startups and larger companies all of WeWork's services.
Space for mobility start-ups launches in Detroit
By Ian Thibodeau, The Detroit News
The Detroit Regional Chamber and Michigan Economic Growth Corp. on Thursday launched a co-working space aimed at attracting mobility start-ups and segments of auto companies to downtown Detroit.
The PlanetM Landing Zone is housed in a WeWork space at 1449 Woodward. The space will have 40 to 50 workspaces.
WeWork, Detroit Regional Chamber, and MEDC Partner on PlanetM Landing Zone in Downtown Detroit
By Stephanie Shenouda, dbusiness
The Detroit Regional Chamber, Michigan Economic Development Corp., and WeWork today announced the launch of the PlanetM Landing Zone, which will serve as an environment for connected and automated transportation startups to connect with Detroit’s automotive and economic development network.