Kettering graduate featured on 60 Minutes

Oct 30, 2013

Glomski is a native of Flint and graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University.

Kettering University graduate and founder of Detroit Labs, Paul Glomski ‘99, appeared on 60 Minutes on CBS on October 13 to discuss downtown Detroit’s revitalization.

Glomski is the founder of Detroit Labs, a tech company that develops applications for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows 8. Detroit Labs is located on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit and Glomski believes its geography provides an advantage over other similar companies across the country.

Paul Glomski ‘99Glomski told 60 Minutes:

“Because we’ve been here in Detroit when we were less than one year old we had already done work with Chevy for the Super Bowl, arguably the biggest day for a brand in the year. For us, it’s really about opportunity to get access to leading global brands that are in the area which we use that as a basis to grow.”

In addition to Chevy, Detroit Labs has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Quicken Loans, Domino’s and Caesars Entertainment.

Detroit LabsGlomski, 38, was also named to the 40-under-40 list by Crain’s Detroit Business on October 4 for catalyzing the growth of Detroit Labs since 2009.

Glomski is a native of Flint and graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University. He completed his master’s in mechanical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and also earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.