The Central Michigan University Research Corporation (CMURC) Board of Directors recognized Lýseon Additive Manufacturing as the CMURC SmartZone SME of the Year 2020, honoring founder Chris Williams for his innovative 3D printing solutions.
Chris Williams, founder of Lýseon Additive Manufacturing. Photo provided by CMURC.
According to a press release from CMURC, Chris Williams has put years of sales and manufacturing experience in various industries to create his 3D design and printing company called Lýseon Additive Manufacturing. The company was formed out of the need for an additive manufacturing services organization that provides top notch service. Systems, processes and industry relationships quickly proved to deliver just that: world-class additive manufacturing with local service.
“Williams is distinguished as an entrepreneur dedicated to improving Michigan’s economic landscape through innovative technologies,” said Erin Strang, President and CEO of CMURC. “He took calculated and intelligent risks and succeeded.”
Bob Davies, CMU President and CMURC Board Chair, said science, technology, engineering and math are areas in which innovation and talent continue to thrive.
“Entrepreneurs like Chris embody the passion and drive to grow a business and show us what is possible for the future of our economy,” Davies said.
With the strategic plans, resilience, drive and passion to create high paying and high tech jobs in the region, he is a real catalyst in creating an entrepreneurial and innovative culture in the Bay of Grands region. Lakes. Lýseon has helped bring CMURC closer to creating a community in which people invest their lives – a key driver of economic development.
“By joining the CMURC community, I was able to gain new knowledge and connections with like-minded entrepreneurs and professionals,” said Williams. “It is an honor to be selected for this prestigious award and to be part of a growing entrepreneurial ecosystem.”
Chris Williams joins the impressive group of past recipients of Entrepreneur of the Year and SmartZone Small Business of the Year awards. He will receive his award alongside other business leaders at the 2020 Michigan Celebrates Small Business Gala on May 4.
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