As we enter 2017, the state of the business climate for women business owners in Michigan is sound. That’s the prognosis from Jennifer Deamud, chief operating officer of the Grand Valley State University-based Michigan Small Business Development Center.
About Mike Turner
Mike Turner, a graduate of Michigan State University, has worked as a business writer and editor for daily and weekly newspapers and other publications throughout Michigan. He now operates a freelance editing and writing business and works as a public relations specialist and copywriter.
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For minority owners of startup businesses – or any entrepreneur from an underserved community – the roadblocks to business capital and services are often challenging or impassable.
The Best and Brightest Sustainable Companies awards celebrate companies that are making their businesses more sustainable, the lives of their employees better and improving community locally and globally.
You’ve spent years planning, building and running your business, and now it’s time to reap your rewards one ultimate time and sell it.
It’s an astounding statistic: 60 percent of small companies are unable to sustain their business within six months of a cybercrime attack, according to the U.S. National Cyber Security Alliance. John Hey and other information technology experts advise small business managers to foster a culture of cybersecurity.
Donna Murray-Brown, CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association, sums up the feelings of many Michigan business leaders when she makes the case for the importance of diversity in the workplace. “As important as diversity is to our core values, it is also just good business practice,” she says. “In order to have meaningful impact for […]
Every business owner or manager has a story to tell. For the winners of Corp! magazine’s Economic Bright Spots awards, the tales typically involve successfully overcoming challenges or seizing opportunities.
Winners of this year’s DiSciTech Awards presented by Corp! magazine are tangible and plentiful proof of thriving high-tech operations in Michigan.
The National Best and Brightest in Wellness awards celebrates wellness in all its forms. Sponsored by the National Association for Business Resources, the national 2015 awards recognize nearly four dozen winners from all regions of the country.
The broadening variety of winners in the 2015 Best and Brightest Sustainable Companies in Michigan awards is further proof that that the environmental philosophy is being widely embraced.
Michigan’s food and agriculture industry contributes more than $100 billion annually to the state economy. Corp! magazine’s Food and Agriculture Awards honor the industry’s leaders, champions and innovators.
If you view the accomplishments and listen to the leaders of Corp! magazine’s 2015 Salute to Diversity Award winners, it becomes abundantly clear that diversity is far more than a buzzword. For many companies, diversity is viewed as essential to the bottom line.
Winners of the Corp! Michigan Economic Bright Spots Awards drive growth and success all across the state.
Winners of Corp! magazine’s Most Valuable Professionals and Most Valuable Millennials awards keep spirit of innovation and entrepreneurialism alive.
Michigan’s food and agriculture industry contributes more than $90 billion annually to the state’s economy. The industry’s growers, processors, retailers and other operators provide direct or indirect employment to more than 900,000 Michigan residents. Corp! honors the stars of the sector with its Food & Agriculture awards.
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