GalaxE.Solutions CEO Tim Bryan joined regional leadership, business professionals and higher education specialists in the launch of the NBC News Education Nation On-the-Road tour with the Detroit Summit on March 22, 2013. The event was held at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
This year, Goodwill honors Timothy M. Bryan of GalaxE.Solutions with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his vision and commitment to bringing jobs to Detroit. Bryan has been an advocate for the Detroit region, bringing opportunity and vitality to the city’s core.
GalaxE.Solutions COO Sandipan Gangopadhyay led a panel discussion on impending changes for healthcare providers and insurers at the annual ACO (Accountable Care Organization) conference, Jan. 15 and 16 in Austin, Texas.
GalaxE.Solutions helped create ‘Winter Magic’ in Campus Martius this year, serving as a key sponsor of both the traditional Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony and the 86th America’s Thanksgiving Parade. Longstanding traditions in the city, the events draw thousands to Detroit each winter.
GalaxE.Solutions Director of Global Recruiting Ryan Hoyle joined other expert panelists to discuss challenges facing metro Detroit and the region’s workforce in relation to job growth and unemployment rates.
GalaxE.Solutions was recognized as the Technology Company of the Year by Automation Alley at the organization’s 12th Annual Awards Gala, held on Friday, September 28 at the GM Heritage Center. Automation Alley is Michigan’s largest technology business association representing more than 1,000 companies.
GalaxE.Solutions CEO Tim Bryan joined Mike Finney of the Michigan Economic Development Council (MEDC), Detroit Free Press business reporter John Gallagher and JPMorgan Chase Michigan Market President Sarah L. McClelland at Techonomy Detroit on Wednesday, September 12 as part of a panel discussing jobs, growth and Michigan’s future.
GalaxE.Solutions has joined Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit to raise funds to help unemployed workers get back on the job. The program – “Dollars For Jobs – Pass It Forward” – encourages community giving to provide training and employment opportunities for Metro Detroiters who need jobs.