Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Sept. 14, 2015.
As ArtPrize has grown each year in numbers, so too has the scale of many of the projects. SiTE:LAB’s annual, site-specific art installation is evidence of this. Each year, SiTE:LAB works with its curators and a group of global artists to take over a building for the duration of ArtPrize, allowing them to create a piece of art that complements the site.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Aug. 31, 2015.
LANSING — Business advocates and public-policy researchers say there is a major hole in Michigan’s legislative process that leaves businesses, individuals and local units of government unsure of the costs that might come with new laws.
MUSKEGON — A new report shows continued, modest jobs growth for Muskegon County.
In an early August primary election against three other candidates, Grand Rapids second ward city commissioner Rosalynn Bliss, 40, captured a majority (66 percent) of the vote, enough to avoid a runoff, secure a victory and become the city’s first female mayor. The mayor-elect will focus now on ensuring a smooth transition as the term-limited Mayor George Heartwell steps down in December.
A new statewide study aims to assess how creative industries contribute to the Michigan economy.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Aug. 3, 2015:
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WEST MICHIGAN — Legislation awaiting Gov. Rick Snyder’s approval could triple the number of communities that use a special type of tax-increment financing to attract high-tech development and innovation.
GRAND RAPIDS — A key change in managerial structure could position Gerald R. Ford International Airport for future growth and stronger regional representation.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for June 22, 2015.
LUDINGTON — John Wilson hopes to foster the spirit of entrepreneurism in Ludington. If the new $50,000 business plan competition he’s sponsoring ends up creating a new business in the lakeshore community, all the better.
Two bills before the state Legislature highlight a contentious debate over how and in what capacity governmental bodies should regulate the so-called sharing economy.