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How Michigan Connects Startups and the Auto Industry

  Michigan is helping mobility-related startups launch their businesses and connect with potential carmaker and supplier customers through an innovative new program called the PlanetM Landing Zone.

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Michigan is helping mobility-related startups launch their businesses and connect with potential carmaker and supplier customers through an innovative new program called the PlanetM Landing Zone.
 
Director Sean Phillips explains how the initiative provides participating companies with inexpensive office space, assistance in organizing and structuring their operations, and tools to help them find customers.

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