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The American Subcontractors Association of Michigan (ASAM) is dedicated to providing services and benefits that help trade contractors, suppliers and service providers become more successful. Through member meetings and networking, ASAM provides educational opportunities, valuable information and Business Practice Interchange (BPI) sessions for trade contractors throughout Michigan. As beneficiaries of ASAM’s decade-long groundwork, our organization continues to advance the positive working culture our chapter has created and is a key vehicle for elevating our trade-contractor standing within the environments we work and the communities we serve.
At Rockford Property Management, we understand the importance of meeting and exceeding expectations – every single time. With an approach powered by hospitality-driven culture and a team that constantly seeks to deliver high-quality customer service, our goal is simple: provide peak service at every level through all aspects of our relationships with clients, tenants and residents to ensure assets are utilized to their fullest potential. Our focus on hospitality means that every aspect of our work – from initial contact to lease signing, move-in and ongoing relationships – is centered on delivering premium experiences.
When things seem uncertain, there’s no substitute for a great plan. After a decade of recovery following the Great Recession, Michigan’s economy is imperiled by COVID-19-related business closures and layoffs. How our state responds will define us for a generation.
This year has brought unprecedented challenges to West Michigan’s manufacturers. From closures in the spring and pivoting to the production of essential supplies, to restarting operations and adjusting to the “new normal”, local manufacturers are in a state of flux. It can be difficult to know where to go from here, particularly when the future is uncertain.
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge (SHRR) has been helping clients overcome challenges since 1941. Despite all our shared experiences over the decades, it is unlikely any event has had a more collective impact on our clients and our practice than COVID-19.
It’s a well-known fact that one of the best ways to recruit and retain top talent is to offer excellent benefits, the kind that go beyond the basics of meeting an employee’s health care needs and offer more than just reasonable copays and deductibles. With the outbreak of COVID-19, maintaining strong health has become more important than ever, and employees are looking for ways to stay healthy while enhancing their day-to-day lives.
Your business may grow through mergers and acquisitions (M&A) despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the corner of Portage Street and Lake Street in the Edison neighborhood of Kalamazoo, workers are putting the finishing touches on an attractive new multi-use building known as the Creamery. The building, which was partially funded with an innovative Impact Investment Loan program from the Kalamazoo Community Foundation (KZCF), will soon house affordable apartments for low- and middle-income people, a YWCA 24-hour childcare center and a small business accelerator.
COVID-19 has hit the world hard, including the business landscape. Many companies are struggling under the strain the pandemic has put on our economy, from decreased spending to wide-scale shutdowns. In the face of this economic uncertainty, businesses of all sizes and their employees are facing tough choices when it comes to spending.