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West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum Merges With Michigan’s Great Southwest Sustainable Business Forum
GRAND RAPIDS – West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum has completed a merger with Michigan’s Great Southwest Sustainable Business Forum to create the largest regional organization for sustainable business practitioners in the Midwest. The combined organization, headquartered in Grand Rapids, will serve 220 member organizations and the general community in a 10-county territory that stretches from […]
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WIXOM – Worksighted has opened a new office in Wixom to better serve its rapidly growing client base in Southeast Michigan. Worksighted provides managed IT services and professional IT services to companies throughout Michigan with specialties in manufacturing, healthcare and services industries. The company is looking to recruit six new employees this year. The 3,000 […]
ROYAL OAK – On M2 TechCast Monday Feb. 27, Vinnie Nowaczyk General Sales Manager for Zeigler Auto Group in Grandville will talk about the difference in selling cars in Michigan vs other states. Kathleen Norton-Schoçk will talk about the latest interviews on Diva Tech Talk and news from MCWT. Bamboo Detroit Co-Founder Amanda Lewan will […]
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LANSING – Michael Rogers, communications officer for the Small Business Association of Michigan, talks with Aaron Fuller, owner of Superior Data Strategies in Lansing, to learn more about the basics of data integration and how it can make small businesses more successful. To learn more, click on https://www.sbam.org/Resources/tabid/97/ArtMID/2980/ArticleID/2741/Basics-of-data-integration-for-entrepreneurs.aspx
DEARBORN – The 3D printer manufacturer EnvisionTec Friday previewed a new high-speed printer to joint the company’s Vida line for dental professionals. The unveiling came at the LMT Lab Day in Chicago. Now in its 33rd year, LMT Lab Day is the largest dental lab event in the United States. Sponsored by LMT Communications Inc., […]
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HOUGHTON – Michigan Technological University Professor Greg Odegard will lead a new, multidisciplinary and multi-institution Space Technology Research Institute. The institute is funded by a $15 million 5-year grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Odegard, pictured at right above, is the Richard and Elizabeth Henes Professor of Computational Mechanics at Michigan Tech […]
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PLYMOUTH – The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center has been awarded $1.2 million over two years from the National Institute of Standards and Technology Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership program for a pilot program to accelerate applied research/development, manufacturing and technology transition to the market of lightweight metals. The announcement was made by Michael Coast, President of […]
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ANN ARBOR – In less than a week, MichBio will host a networking breakfast and moderated discussion March 2nd at the Kensington Hotel on State Street in Ann Arbor with acclaimed networking guru Kelly Hoey, whose recent book BUILD YOUR DREAM NETWORK helps readers build and activate powerful networks to achieve both their long and […]
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LANSING – Michigan House Speaker Tom Leonard‘s unsuccessful 12-hour marathon session to roll back the income tax rate made matters for tax cut proposals more difficult going forward, Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof said Thursday, but the issue of an income tax cut isn’t necessarily dead in his caucus. “There’s discussion over here but again […]
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LANSING – Department of Transportation Director Kirk Steudle said Thursday that the changes in the automated mobility sector in Michigan, since roughly a year ago when the Legislature was first considering legislation on the vehicles, have been “almost mind-boggling,” detailing various partnerships across states and public as well as private entities. The legislation passed by […]
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