K-Tec Systems leadership has been focused on building our honor-winning culture
In 2017, K-Tec Systems was recognized as one of the 2017 “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” an awards program presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business. Check the article on Crain’s Detroit. Companies making it to the “Top 50” are second-stage companies with 6 to 99 employees and generating $750,000 to $50 million in annual revenue or working capital from investors or grants. These companies form the “backbone of Michigan’s economy”.
2016 - K-Tec Systems received access to Lawrence Tech University 2017 Grant Program including the support of a team of Engineers & Business Consultants.
2016 - Cathy Koch, as part of her award recognition as the 2015 Outstanding WBE Achiever, received a scholarship from General Motors to attend a Leadership Program on building a high performance minority business.
2016 - Our President graduated from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program through Babson College (an entrepreneurial program for small businesses).
2015 - During the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), Cathy Koch had the honor of representing K-Tec Systems in the Autoline Supplier Symposium.
2011 - K-Tec Systems attended the Tuck-WBENC Executive Program through Dartmouth College on a scholarship granted to Cathy Koch by IBM.
2011 - Cathy Koch was nominated by DBusiness Magazine as one of the 8 Detroit Women business leaders making a difference in the growth of their respective companies, industries, and communities.
2000 - Cathy Koch was honored on Entrepreneurship Action Day and received a Special Tribute from the State of Michigan for K-Tec Systems’ growth.