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The New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michigan provided 5,000 in funding divided between two grants in 20."(The auto industry) doesn't have a lot of trust between competitors," Crumb said."We've created an atmosphere of competition; we'd have a hard time as a for-profit member organization." Pankin said the IP site requires a budget of less than

The New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michigan provided $875,000 in funding divided between two grants in 20.

"(The auto industry) doesn't have a lot of trust between competitors," Crumb said.

"We've created an atmosphere of competition; we'd have a hard time as a for-profit member organization." Pankin said the IP site requires a budget of less than $1 million a year to operate at full capacity.

Eric Stief, the former director of venture development in the technology commercialization office at Wayne State University, is Auto Harvest's senior vice president.

Auto Harvest is entering a competitive landscape between IP marketplaces, but may carve out its own niche, said Jeff Sadowski, partner and IP attorney at Royal Oak-based law firm Howard and Howard Attorneys PLLC.

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The New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michigan provided $875,000 in funding divided between two grants in 20."(The auto industry) doesn't have a lot of trust between competitors," Crumb said."We've created an atmosphere of competition; we'd have a hard time as a for-profit member organization." Pankin said the IP site requires a budget of less than $1 million a year to operate at full capacity.Eric Stief, the former director of venture development in the technology commercialization office at Wayne State University, is Auto Harvest's senior vice president.Auto Harvest is entering a competitive landscape between IP marketplaces, but may carve out its own niche, said Jeff Sadowski, partner and IP attorney at Royal Oak-based law firm Howard and Howard Attorneys PLLC.

million a year to operate at full capacity.Eric Stief, the former director of venture development in the technology commercialization office at Wayne State University, is Auto Harvest's senior vice president.Auto Harvest is entering a competitive landscape between IP marketplaces, but may carve out its own niche, said Jeff Sadowski, partner and IP attorney at Royal Oak-based law firm Howard and Howard Attorneys PLLC.

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