Sue Kellogg holding her product, Nawgum.
There are entrepreneurs and then there are “mom-preneurs”.
In Traverse City lives a woman who does it all — she created a teething toy for children, started her own company and now sells her product all over the United States and Canada. Continue reading
An effort to promote economic development in Genesee and Shiawassee counties is expanding south to the Michigan-Indiana border.
The effort began 5 years ago to promote development along the I-69 corridor. This summer, the effort is expanding south to include the cities of Charlotte, Coldwater and Marshall, Michigan. Continue reading
PNC Bank’s spring Economic Outlook Survey shows Michigan’s small business owners are increasingly hopeful about the future. Continue reading
This year’s below-normal temperatures have been making it hard for many people to even step outside. Some Michigan ski resorts say the cold is also translating to fewer people hitting the slopes. Continue reading
A public / private investment will fund three road improvement projects in Huron and Lapeer counties this year, that will help several area businesses expand their operations.
The improvements will allow three companies to expand, creating 135 new full time jobs. Continue reading
Several Midland-based business and civic organizations and foundations have launched a new effort to promote economic development.
Michigan foodies said there’s more to local foods than cherries and wine.
And they said lesser known specialties like venison, hummus and beer are now available at stores thanks to what they call, a food hub.
Building relationships, among other things, is important when considering a new business venture.
A Georgia-based solar company plans to bring over 300 jobs to the Mid Michigan region.
Officials said the solar manufacturing company, Suniva, has started construction of a new facility in Saginaw. Continue reading
Support continues to grow across the state for sexual orientation and gender identity protections in the workplace. Continue reading
Representatives of seven Michigan area chambers are expected to embark on a trip overseas to familiarize themselves with China.
Midland’s “tridge,” a three-way bridge that connects over the meeting of the Chippewa and Titabawassee Rivers. Photo courtesy by Downtown Midland.
Downtown areas are known to be the “cherry on top” of its respective city – a place to visit, shop and explore.
The near-zero degree weather means many people are staying inside today, but some businesses are seeing dollar signs.