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5 Most Established Startups in Ann Arbor

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There's no doubt that Ann Arbor has become a leading hub for technology-based startups.

Some of the world's most successful ones reside there.

Major factors behind Ann Arbor's success with these startups include an abundance of highly skilled talent, government support that includes tax incentives, and progressive attitudes towards startups.

Here's a list with 5 fast-growing startups located there.


5 Startups in Ann Arbor

1) FarmLogs

1) FarmLogs

More than one-third of US row crop farmers have access to FarmLogs' platform, which provides essential operational data insights.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Brad Koch, Jesse Vollmar
  • Industries: Agriculture, Big Data, Internet, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding amount: $37,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 9

You can find their website here.

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2) SkySpecs

2) SkySpecs

SkySpecs uses cutting-edge robotics to automate the operation and maintenance of utility-scale wind turbines.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Danny Ellis, Jonathan Bendes, Ryan Morton, Samuel DeBruin, Tom Brady
  • Industries: Aerospace, Analytics, Asset Management, Drones, Energy Efficiency, Productivity Tools, Renewable Energy, Robotics, Wind Energy
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding amount: $38,659,113
  • Number of funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 14

You can find their website here.

3) May Mobility

3) May Mobility

May Mobility is using autonomous technology to improve cities and make the world a safer, greener, and more accessible place.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Alisyn Malek, Edwin Olson, Steve Vozar
  • Industries: Automotive, Autonomous Vehicles, Transportation, Travel
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding amount: $83,620,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 15

You can find their website here.

4) Duo Security

4) Duo Security

Duo Security is a company that sells and services security software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Dug Song, Jonathan Oberheide
  • Industries: Cloud Security, Cyber Security, Enterprise Software, Network Security, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding amount: $121,500,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 12

You can find their website here.

5) Clinc

5) Clinc

Clinc is a conversational AI platform that allows businesses to create next-generation virtual assistants that are "human-in-the-room" level.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Jason Mars, Johann Hauswald, Lingjia Tang, Michael Laurenzano
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding amount: $59,750,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 6

You can find their website here.

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