At the exhibit, a very large graphical organization chart will represent each of the two companies. The chart is intended to be very visual and tactile to contribute to the overall understanding of the project. The goal will be to see how quickly all the state's life science companies can fill in who has each kind of expertise in the blank boxes. Each box is the size of a business card. Attendees at the Expo and afterward on an on-going basis will be invited to add their cards under the function they can provide in making up the whole company.
The Virtual Companies Project is sponsored by the members of the Network themselves and the financial and professional support of Kreis, Enderle, Callander & Hudgins, PC, TCF Bank, Grubb & Ellis|Paramount Commerce, and Comerica Bank.
"The creation of these two Virtual Companies is just the start for what needs to be done to stimulate life science business in Michigan. The Michigan Life Science Network is developing many of the next step initiatives to bring new business into these individual companies by marketing the larger virtual organization," said Debiak.
The Virtual Company Launch Party will be held October 16 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Tavern on the Square in Downtown Lansing. All are welcome.
For more information about the Michigan Life Science Network or the launch of the Virtual Companies, please contact:
Michigan Life Science Network
Offices in Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, and TechTown Detroit
The Michigan Life Science Network, LLC was founded in early 2007 as a
private enterprise business cooperative to stimulate new, better and more
business for all life science businesses in Michigan. Using advanced
communications, marketing/sales technology and tec
|SOURCE The Michigan Life Science Network|
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