Milacron Holdings Corp. today detailed its plans to invest in a West Michigan manufacturing facility.
As the four partners developed the business plan for Creston Brewery, they faced a key decision that would define the future direction of their company.
A Pennsylvania plant closure could translate into growth in West Michigan for a global plastic injection molding supplier.
Because Native American tribes are sovereign nations, they’re tax-exempt and have their own statutes and regulations, although they must follow federal law. Tribally owned firms also are exempt from state and federal income taxes.
Across West Michigan, Native American tribes have started to hang out their own shingle in enterprises that move them away from the familiar tribal-owned casino.
- Gun Lake Tribe
- gun lake casino
- Gun Lake Investments
- Migizi Economic Development Co
- Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
- Waseyabek Development
- Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi
- goodwill industries of greater grand rapids
- Marcus & Millichap
- HoChunk Inc
- potawatomi business development corp
- Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
- Small Business Administration
- Michigan Economic Development Corp
- Native American Economic Development
- American Indian economic development
- economic development
- Venture Capital
- private equity
- family office
Last month, Laura Bell took on the role of CEO at Comstock-based Bell’s Brewery Inc., the company her father started in 1985 when she was 2 months old. The second-generation leader spoke with MiBiz about what it’s like to run a family-owned business, her vision for the company and why independence still matters in craft beer.
Grocery retailer and distributor SpartanNash Co. plans to unveil a new e-commerce service that will allow customers to order products online and pick them up at a store.
Legislation that passed the state Senate last Thursday seeks to level the playing field for economic development organizations trying to attract companies to Michigan’s border communities.
As the story goes, Jim Koch found his great-great grandfather’s lager recipe and decided to get into the beer industry. More than three decades later, the craft brewing pioneer and founder of The Boston Beer Company Inc. became perhaps the first craft beer billionaire based on the success of Samuel Adams Boston Lager. In the Harvard graduate’s 2016 book, “Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two,” Koch discusses the management techniques he used to help grow Boston Beer (Nasdaq: SAM) into the fifth-largest U.S. brewery by sales volume. After addressing the Michigan Brewers Guild’s Winter Conference in Kalamazoo this month, Koch joined MiBiz over a beer to discuss the state of the ever-changing industry.