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Follow Along: MICHauto’s Coverage of the 2022 Detroit Auto Show

September 14, 2022

MICHauto will be following all the action of the 2022 Detroit Auto Show, the first is nearly four years. Check in here this week to learn about the discussions and activities taking place around Downtown Detroit highlighting our state’s signature industry.

Glenn Stevens Jr.

Perspective: Our Detroit Auto Show

MICHauto Executive Director Glenn Stevens Jr. reflects on auto shows on the past and how this time-honored event must evolve with the industry to carry on the tradition of gathering around Detroit’s automotive legacy.

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Panel: Shaping Talent And Workforce Development On The Road To Electrification

Anne Pentika, talent development liaison at the State of Michigan, Ben Cruz, director of the Center for Advanced Automotive Technology at Macomb Community College, and Glenn Stevens Jr., executive director of MICHauto, gathered at the 2022 North American International Auto Show to discuss Michigan’s evolving workforce development needs on a panel hosted by the Center for Automotive Research (CAR).

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Read The September 2022 Detroiter Magazine: Mobility Tech Stars

Hot off the press: the newest edition of the Detroiter. The recent edition discusses how high-tech talent holds the key to Michigan’s automotive and mobility future. Discover why Detroit Regional Chamber President and Chief Executive Officer Sandy K. Baruah believes political polarization is risking our global mobility placement and learn more about the growing need for non-traditional talent strategies.

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Red Ford Raptor vehicle on the 2022 Detroit Auto Show floor.

Making News: MICHauto | Commentary: The Auto Show Of Old Is Dead — And That’s OK

Crain’s Detroit Business’ Dustin Walsh shares perspective on what the Detroit Auto Show of 2022 looks and feels like, featuring insights from MICHauto’s Glenn Stevens Jr.

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The State Unveils Future Mobility Plan To Ensure Michigan Remains Global Leader In Future Mobility

Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a new statewide strategy to ensure Michigan remains the global leader in the future of mobility. The MI Future Mobility Plan maps out a comprehensive strategy that addresses future mobility challenges by growing the mobility workforce, providing more accessible transportation infrastructure, and developing innovative mobility policies.

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Attendees in conference room discuss Outdoor Mobility at MICHauto event on Sept. 12, 2022.

Recap | Outdoor Mobility Industry Gathers to Discuss Growth Opportunities in Michigan

Over 40 government, industry, and academic stakeholders convened for a roundtable hosted by MICHauto at the Detroit Regional Chamber on Sept. 12 to discuss Michigan’s leadership in the outdoor mobility industry, which has an incredible depth of specializations, including outdoor recreational and marine vehicle electrification, multimodal charging, and much more.

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MICHauto at the 2022 SPESA Advancements in Manufacturing Technologies Conference: The Motor City Is Where Industry and Innovation Collide

Glenn Stevens Jr. and Drew Coleman joined the Sewn Product Equipment and Suppliers of the Americas (SPESA) professional group’s Advancements in Manufacturing Technologies Conference on Sept. 13 to give perspectives from the automotive and mobility standpoints.

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Michigan Mobility Talent Consortium: Talent Pipeline Must Include Positive Influences, Enticements, Equitability

Government leaders, chief human resource officers, and other industry leaders gathered with nearly 60 educators at the Detroit Regional Chamber on Sept. 14 to discuss opportunities to close the talent development gaps in Michigan.

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Glenn Stevens Jr. Talks MI Future Mobility Plan, Michigan Economy, NAIAS Future

Glenn Stevens Jr. joins a panel discussion on the state’s mobility strategy and a unified approach to strengthen Michigan’s economy and enhance statewide communities through responsive policy, dynamic programming, and more.

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Making News: MICHauto | Howes: After Three-Year Reboot, Detroit Auto Show Hits Inflection Point

This story from The Detroit News discusses the return of the Detroit Auto Show after more than three years and features insights from MICHauto’s Glenn Stevens Jr.

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Making News: Plug Zen | Detroit-Based Minority Startup, Supplier Join Forces to Make EV Chargers Accessible to All

Electric vehicle charging startup and Chamber member Plug Zen LLC has signed a deal with Detroit Manufacturing Systems LLC to make EV charging stations with a focus on underserved communities.

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NAIAS Executive Director Gives Exclusive Preview of 2022 Show

From Sept. 14 -25 – media, industry and visitors will experience a citywide auto show like never before – one that takes them on a mobility journey inside Huntington Place, outside into Hart Plaza, and even into the skies.

Read a preview from the show’s executive director.