It’s Time to Register For ACE ‘11 (Annual Collaboration for Entrepreneurship)

The Annual Collaboration for Entrepreneurship is the place where Great Lakes region entrepreneurs gather to network, learn, and connect. Each year at ACE you’ll join an exciting, forward-thinking community of innovators, entrepreneurs, and business leaders – people like you who have the vision and drive to build new ventures for a new future. 

2011 will be the eleventh year for ACE! Each year the event gets bigger and better.  With more space at Ann Arbor’s Skyline High School, we will be showcasing more companies than ever, and will have more participation from regional support organizations. Combined with the anticipated 1200+ attendees, this year’s event will deliver extraordinary value, learning and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs, funding sources and partners alike. 

Program Includes:

  • A Showcase Presentation by Chuck Newman – CEO of ReCellular
  • The ACE Elevator Pitch Competition: Six pitches, judged by an investor panel with the winner recognized
  • Four Interactive Workshops With Enough Time to Attend Multiple Sessions: What Came First: Innovation or Opportunity?  Ask the Expert Where You Can Raise Your Own Questions.  The Entrepreneurs Search for Funding. From Idea to Business.
  • Exhibit Hall with Entrepreneurial Company Displays 
  • Presentation of Great Lakes Entrepreneur’s Quest Awards
  • Refreshments and Networking 

Where: Skyline High School, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

When: 2:00 – 9:00 p.m. , January 31, 2011

Cost: $11 with pre-registration 

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