With its attendance rising and seeing a need for more exhibition space, the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park today announced it is adding more than 80,000 square feet of new space to the venerable Grand Rapids landmark, the result of a $115-million capital campaign.
Does your business have authority in the online marketplace? If you’re not sure, the answer is, No. What does authority have to do with social media in 2017? Everything. If you want to increase your brand awareness, drive more traffic to your website, and increase sales, then social authority must play a role in the […]
Even in digital age, there are communication challenges in workplace
It was in 2008 that Sam Sisakhti began disrupting the fashion industry with the launch of ustrendy.com, an e-commerce site that calls itself a “curated marketplace” that brings together sellers and consumers from around the world.
Gov. Rick Snyder has returned from his sixth State of Michigan trade mission to China since 2011 with several new relationships forged and agreements signed.
M-1 Rail and its QLINE promise to redefine transportation future for the city.
Crime is always a concern, especially on a national basis, most recently evidenced by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting program that revealed a 3.9 percent increase in violent crimes across the nation compared with 2015 statistics.
In a move that Bedrock Detroit officials have dreamed of for months if not years, the real-estate firm and Microsoft Corp. officials announced Friday that the technology company will move some of its operations into downtown Detroit.
Across the nation, thousands of pork producers typically have, in their state or very near by, a facility they can transport their animals to for processing, an obviously key link in a chain that ends with customers selecting product from their grocery shelves or a restaurant patron ordering from the menu.
It’s that season again. People across the United States, at least those who live in regions where there’s some “traditional” sense of weather distinction, experience four seasons—spring, summer, fall and winter. But when it comes to auto buyers—and more particularly the 16,680 franchised new car and truck dealers belonging to the National Automobile Dealers Association—we’re […]
With less than two weeks before America’s 45th president takes office, those who listened to Donald J. Trump’s argument about the need for infrastructure renewal may find our series of articles on the issue even more interesting than when they were first published. The need for a more national, integrated approach to dealing with the […]
Engineers Are Doing What They Can to Prioritize Fixes, Extending Life of Vital Structures
Make plans to develop your brand authority, find your fans, guide your audience and share your story in the year ahead.
State teams with educators and employers to promote innovative tuition-free vocational training effort.
Female millennial entrepreneurs are a minority, but they represent a growing ‘lady-boss revolution.’
Are you using great visuals to attract more customers? The fact is, good imagery gets your message across quickly.
Family businesses are a difficult balancing act. Best practices offer a path to a successful business and family harmony for generations to come.
Talented and Trained Canines Keep Employees Working and Healthy
Strong Appetite for Renewables Grows in Michigan and Across Nation
Dearborn is positioning itself as a destination for art. Can this company town pull it off?
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