A list of current Innovation Incubator businesses and their services
American Muslim Community Services (AMCS)
Approved by the IRS as a 501 c-3 non-profit public charity, AMCS provides a wide array of educational and health services to augment local social services. Each winter it provides SAT coaching to area high school students. As an approved agency of the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, AMCS also sponsors the Flint Muslim Food Pantry at 4400 S. Saginaw Street, which distributes food on Saturday mornings once or twice a month.
Epic Technology Solutions, LLC
Since its inception, Epic Technology Solutions LLC has made our customer support services the cornerstone of our business. We are a dynamic company that offers a wide variety of services including web design, commercial server hosting, software development for social and business needs, customized network application for businesses, IT management, and consulting services. We have taken great care in ensuring that the value of our products goes beyond our prices by encompassing the phenomenal quality and support that we provide our clients.
JH Design, LLC
JH Design, LLC is a design firm that specializes in creating unique and custom branding and business identity solutions for business and organizations who want to better enrich their interaction with the public and their customer base. We work with our clients to create logos, web presence , and promotional material to present their product out in the market place as one concise and cohesive brand. We can create logos, business cards, websites, commercials, brochures, fliers, books, magazines, and event design. We help you with any of your design needs.
Med+IT Systems, LLC
Adil Mohammed develops new software products for the consumer healthcare market.
Provider Empowerment Program (PEP)
The Provider Empowerment Program (PEP) aims to improve the quality of child care in Flint through a comprehensive program that supports child care providers. The PEP team works closely with Child Care Network and other local collaborators, taking a human-centered design approach toward meeting the most pressing needs of providers. PEP is supported by a grant from the Kellogg Foundation to UM-Flint in partnership with InGlobal Learning Design.Principal Investigator: Toko Oshio Project Manager: Jeff Kupperman
Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shop Floor Theatre Company
This organization creates original and transformative place-based arts and education programming with, and for, people of all ages, experiences and backgrounds. The company has worked in area school districts during the school day and after school to teach poetry, theatre, dance and life skills to young people. Shop Floor has also used verbatim theatre and other community-centered techniques to create work representing diverse voices and opinions to encourage civic dialogue and engagement, and promote social and cultural awareness.