HOLLAND — A $555,000 investment gives a Holland-based sports-related mobile application developer the seed capital it needs to pursue additional clients and grow the business.
ADetroit-based nonprofit will manage a new statewide fund created to provide needed early-stage capital to startups in Michigan.
Professionals working in mergers and acquisitions in West Michigan expect strong deal flow to continue in 2017, maintaining a seller’s market.
Mergers and acquisitions within the banking industry are expected to maintain a steady pace in the new year.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Central Michigan University may launch a new graduate program later this year that would add to entrepreneurial education in the state.
Tim Parker wasn’t actively looking for a new opportunity when he came across a LinkedIn posting that intrigued him.
GRAND RAPIDS — Three years after opening a local lending office, Horizon Bank plans to begin developing a branch network in the Grand Rapids market.
EAST LANSING — A new venture capital firm formed by Michigan State University’s research foundation targets a critical need for early-stage capital for startups in the state.
Fifth Third Bank’s $30 billion corporate commitment over the next four years for community development offers a massive pool of money for West Michigan organizations to potentially tap to fund projects and initiatives.
M&A professionals in Michigan feel a little more optimistic than their counterparts nationally about the prospects for stronger deal flow over the next year.
Of all the issues Greg Carmichael deals with each day, trust and reputation are the ones that concern him the most.
Kalamazoo-based First National Bank of Michigan plans to open a Holland office five years after moving into the Grand Rapids market.
A trio of initiatives from the Michigan Economic Development Corp. aims to increase the flow of capital to startups and early-stage companies in the state.
The restoration of an angel tax credit in Michigan looks doubtful before the present legislative term expires at the end of the year.
Chris Mason and his partners wanted to use a local lender when they sought a loan to start their business in Stevensville, just north of the Indiana border in Berrien County.