Michigan’s Only Automotive Cluster Association

MICHauto promotes, retains, and grows Michigan’s signature industry
as the state’s only automotive and mobility cluster association.

COVID-19 Tele-Town Hall Series with Michael Robinet

The Chamber will be hosting a COVID-19 Tele-Town Hall Series, with regular guest speakers, to help businesses prepare for the impact of the virus. On Friday, March 27 at 1 p.m., Michael Robinet will share his insight and advice on the automotive and mobility industry through the COVID-19 crisis. MICHauto’s Glenn Stevens Jr. will moderate the discussion. Register today.

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Watch: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer at the 2020 MICHauto Summit

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer made history at the 2020 MICHauto Summit when she shared her plan for ensuring Michigan’s leadership in the global automotive and mobility industry. On the hood of an Argo AI autonomous Ford Fusion, the governor signed two measures – an Executive Directive to create the Michigan Office of Future Mobility and designate a Chief Mobility Officer to head the office, and an Executive Order to create the Michigan Council on Future Mobility and Electrification.

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Read and Download: 2020 Michigan Is Automobility Report

Read the 2020 Michigan Is Automobility Report, which was released at the 2020 MICHauto Summit: Leading the Global Mobility Revolution on Feb. 25.

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Discover Auto Tours Continue to Connect Students with Industry Leaders

MICHauto’s Discover Auto program is helping change students’ perceptions of the industry and showcasing its opportunities through company tours. MICHauto Executive Director Glenn Stevens Jr. says filling the talent pipeline across the state is critical to maintaining its leadership, and Discover Auto has given hundreds of students a first-hand look at the innovative careers in the industry. Read more in Driven.

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Legislators, Auto Industry Leaders Discuss Supporting Electric Vehicle Growth

Last week, Executive Director Glenn Stevens Jr. joined Rep. Joe Bellino (R-Monroe), Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak), and other automotive stakeholders to discuss the future of the electric vehicle industry, what policies are needed to support EV infrastructure, and how Michigan can support the advancement of the EV industry. Watch the discussion.

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