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Sunday, 04 January 2015 21:00

Q&A: Megan Sall, The Right Place Inc.

After a career spanning humanitarian relief, international and community development and a stint working on a congressional campaign, Megan Sall has a wealth of work experience. Sall currently serves as a business development manager at The Right Place Inc., a Grand Rapids-based economic development firm — a position she’s held for three years. At 32, Sall also became the youngest member appointed to Grand Valley State University’s (GVSU) Board of Trustees. She spoke with MiBiz about her upcoming eight-year term and the role of higher education in the region’s economy.

Published in Economic Development

After working for two decades at one of the nation’s most respected medical schools, Jose Teixeira was ready for a change of scenery.

Published in Economic Development

Economic development agencies are going to have their hands full going into the new year.

Published in Crystal Ball
Thursday, 18 December 2014 11:45

Clemens Food Group invests $255M in Coldwater

Pennsylvania-based Clemens Food Group recently announced its plans to open a pork processing operation in Coldwater Township. The company expects to invest approximately $255 million in the project and create 810 jobs at its new facility.

Published in In the News

Diversity in the West Michigan economy will be the driving force behind growth in 2015. That’s according to George Erickcek, senior regional analyst at the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. The message was delivered to a crowd of business leaders at the annual West Michigan Economic Outlook hosted by The Right Place Inc.

Published in Economic Development

Across the board, nonprofits have a key concern that mirrors what keeps their for-profit colleagues up at night: sourcing high quality talent.

Published in Nonprofits

Birgit Klohs’ career has been full of many firsts.

Published in Nonprofits

While experts continue to tout wind energy as a diversification target for many West Michigan manufacturers, companies that supply the industry say they’ve faced a period of stagnant demand, especially now that a key federal incentive no longer exists.

Published in Manufacturing

As manufacturing activity increases in West Michigan, many companies are finding their warehouses stocked with ready-to-ship inventory.

Published in Economic Development

Despite a growing economy spurred along by a strengthening manufacturing sector, experts predict a relatively bearish metals market to close out the year.

Published in Manufacturing
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