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When seasoned advisers help out startup businesses, the benefit of that relationship goes both ways, according to Kim Klap, director of portfolio relations at Start Garden.

Published in Innovation

Most professionals dread large-scale meetings and events: the packets, the lines, the droning speakers. Even small, in-house meetings develop into sources of stress and angst. Companies both large and small have developed time-tested practices that smooth the wrinkles meetings and events can cause, even as technological innovation shifts the meetings landscape.

Published in Hospitality
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 10:10

IT workers in demand for 2012

Local colleges can’t keep up with the demand from employers for information technology graduates. Next spring, Grand Valley State University expects to graduate 60 students with bachelor’s degrees in computer science and information systems, and another 10 with master’s degrees. Calvin College has 15 bachelor’s candidates and Hope College has just one. Western Michigan University plans to graduate about 20-25 from its program.

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