What we're about

Ann Arbor New Tech is one of the longest-running, largest attendance, tech startup events in the region. Since 2009, we've hosted hundreds of companies (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-OulO_Vso0jQHDRO6stI_nKkhNHNwnKKZIoHLjw5Irc/edit?authkey=CPn5zKEC#gid=0) at our monthly flagship event, where 3-5 companies get 5 minutes to pitch their product, do a 5 minute Q&A with the audience, after which we open it up for community announcements and networking.

We welcome members from any school, sector, or industry function (e.g. entrepreneurs, technologists, investors, lawyers, marketers, students, bloggers, etc). If you're new to entrepreneurship and want to ask questions, or you're a seasoned entrepreneur looking to keep up to date with the community, Ann Arbor New Tech is for you. Our members meet every few weeks to participate in demo events, educational panel and speaker events, unconferences, and happy hours.

Our flagship event is the third Tuesday of each month. Please e-mail organizers@a2newtech.org if you'd like to demo or sponsor.

Please see our message board for jobs, events, and other opportunities!

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Ann Arbor New Tech Meetup

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Happy 2021. A new year is a perfect time to start a new venture, and we have 4 individuals sharing tips and lessons from things they learned in 2020. Come join us on Zoom on January 19th to hear their retrospective to help you get a jumpstart on your entrepreneurial journey in 2021. January 2021 pitches: • Pitch 1: BreezeBubble (www.breezebubble.com/) - Arohi Jain - Arohi will share her experience launching BreezeBubble on Kickstarter. • Pitch 2: ShuffleBoard (www.getshuffleboard.com/) - Sam Lolla - Sam will share how he promoted the launch of Shuffleboard when it launched publically in 2020. • Pitch 3: LeaseMagnets (www.leasemagnets.com/) - Varun Madan & Amulya Parmar - Varun and Amulya will share lessons on scaling their business in 2020. • Pitch 4: SBIR Program (www.sbir.gov/) - Neil Kane, founder of Illinois Partners and author of The Innovator’s Secret Formula will provide an overview of how to get government grants to support tech-based startups through the SBIR. Our monthly meeting format: Each presenter takes the stage for 10 total minutes - five minutes to demo and five minutes to answer questions - with open announcements and community networking following the presentations. — Hien Lam & the A2 New Tech team

Ann Arbor New Tech Meetup

Location visible to members

Happy 2021. A new year is a perfect time to start a new venture, and we have 4 individuals sharing tips and lessons from things they learned in 2020. Come join us on Zoom on January 19th to hear their retrospective to help you get a jumpstart on your entrepreneurial journey in 2021. January 2021 pitches: • Pitch 1: BreezeBubble (www.breezebubble.com/) - Arohi Jain - Arohi will share her experience launching BreezeBubble on Kickstarter. • Pitch 2: ShuffleBoard (www.getshuffleboard.com/) - Sam Lolla - Sam will share how he promoted the launch of Shuffleboard when it launched publically in 2020. • Pitch 3: LeaseMagnets (www.leasemagnets.com/) - Varun Madan & Amulya Parmar - Varun and Amulya will share lessons on scaling their business in 2020. • Pitch 4: SBIR Program (www.sbir.gov/) - Neil Kane, founder of Illinois Partners and author of The Innovator’s Secret Formula will provide an overview of how to get government grants to support tech-based startups through the SBIR. Our monthly meeting format: Each presenter takes the stage for 10 total minutes - five minutes to demo and five minutes to answer questions - with open announcements and community networking following the presentations. — Hien Lam & the A2 New Tech team

Ann Arbor New Tech Meetup

Location visible to members

Happy 2021. A new year is a perfect time to start a new venture, and we have 4 individuals sharing tips and lessons from things they learned in 2020. Come join us on Zoom on January 19th to hear their retrospective to help you get a jumpstart on your entrepreneurial journey in 2021. January 2021 pitches: • Pitch 1: BreezeBubble (www.breezebubble.com/) - Arohi Jain - Arohi will share her experience launching BreezeBubble on Kickstarter. • Pitch 2: ShuffleBoard (www.getshuffleboard.com/) - Sam Lolla - Sam will share how he promoted the launch of Shuffleboard when it launched publically in 2020. • Pitch 3: LeaseMagnets (www.leasemagnets.com/) - Varun Madan & Amulya Parmar - Varun and Amulya will share lessons on scaling their business in 2020. • Pitch 4: SBIR Program (www.sbir.gov/) - Neil Kane, founder of Illinois Partners and author of The Innovator’s Secret Formula will provide an overview of how to get government grants to support tech-based startups through the SBIR. Our monthly meeting format: Each presenter takes the stage for 10 total minutes - five minutes to demo and five minutes to answer questions - with open announcements and community networking following the presentations. — Hien Lam & the A2 New Tech team

Ann Arbor New Tech Meetup

Location visible to members

Happy 2021. A new year is a perfect time to start a new venture, and we have 4 individuals sharing tips and lessons from things they learned in 2020. Come join us on Zoom on January 19th to hear their retrospective to help you get a jumpstart on your entrepreneurial journey in 2021. January 2021 pitches: • Pitch 1: BreezeBubble (www.breezebubble.com/) - Arohi Jain - Arohi will share her experience launching BreezeBubble on Kickstarter. • Pitch 2: ShuffleBoard (www.getshuffleboard.com/) - Sam Lolla - Sam will share how he promoted the launch of Shuffleboard when it launched publically in 2020. • Pitch 3: LeaseMagnets (www.leasemagnets.com/) - Varun Madan & Amulya Parmar - Varun and Amulya will share lessons on scaling their business in 2020. • Pitch 4: SBIR Program (www.sbir.gov/) - Neil Kane, founder of Illinois Partners and author of The Innovator’s Secret Formula will provide an overview of how to get government grants to support tech-based startups through the SBIR. Our monthly meeting format: Each presenter takes the stage for 10 total minutes - five minutes to demo and five minutes to answer questions - with open announcements and community networking following the presentations. — Hien Lam & the A2 New Tech team

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