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Atomic Object expands to North Carolina with 4th office
GRAND RAPIDS — Growing software design and development consultancy Atomic Object LLC has opened its fourth office with a move into the Raleigh, N.C. market.
Inaugural conference to promote diversity in technology sector
GRAND RAPIDS — A three-day conference slated to kick off Thursday in Grand Rapids will promote diversity in the technology industry.
Software firms see spike in demand as pandemic drives more automation
Custom software firms are seeing increased demand for services as the COVID-19 pandemic prompts businesses in virtually all industries to take a hard look at their digital transformation plans.
Grand Angels and affiliates reorganize to accommodate growth, promote diversity
A restructuring for Grand Angels in 2021 aims to create understanding about angel investing and greater diversity among investors and their deals.
Kalsec earns B Corp status
Dr. Scott Nykaza always considered his company to be both environmentally and socially responsible through its 60-year history. Now it has a credible stamp of approval to back up those claims.
Grand Angels president stepping down for Wisconsin community foundation job
GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Angels President Tim Parker has stepped down to run a community foundation in Wisconsin.
Atomic Object executes succession plan years in the making
GRAND RAPIDS — Carl Erickson began thinking 12 years ago about how Atomic Object LLC would eventually carry on without him.
West Michigan tech execs discuss maturing industry, attracting new workers
West Michigan-based technology executives increasingly view the industry as an up-and-coming star of the region’s economy.
Initiative drives diversity for Grand Rapids tech community
GRAND RAPIDS — Despite the many accolades for West Michigan’s economy in recent years, prosperity hasn’t necessarily reached all people in the broader community to the same extent.
Reality based: Video game design educational programs help tech firms compete in VR/AR
People don’t often associate West Michigan with video game design, and for good reason.
Michigan business leaders continue push for LGBT protections
The state legislature’s inaction on extending equal civil rights protections to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people has led a growing number of prominent West Michigan business leaders to call for change.