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West Michigan-based technology executives increasingly view the industry as an up-and-coming star of the region’s economy.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Despite the many accolades for West Michigan’s economy in recent years, prosperity hasn’t necessarily reached all people in the broader community to the same extent.

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People don’t often associate West Michigan with video game design, and for good reason. 

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The state legislature’s inaction on extending equal civil rights protections to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people has led a growing number of prominent West Michigan business leaders to call for change.

Published in Economic Development

When it comes to attracting and retaining the most qualified talent at his Grand Rapids-based tech firm, Atomic Object LLC CEO Carl Erickson wants to keep the company’s options as open as possible.

Published in Small Business

Manufacturing executives in West Michigan and nationwide worry that their computer networks could fall victim to security breaches similar to those that have plagued the retail sector in recent months.

Published in Manufacturing
Sunday, 10 May 2015 21:12

MiBiz Growth Report: May 11, 2015

Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for May 11, 2015.

Published in Economic Development

Software design and development firm Atomic Object LLC announced today its plans to expand its operations and move into a new facility along Wealthy Street in Grand Rapids.

Published in In the News

Michigan may be known for its automobiles, furniture and craft beer, but the state’s tech companies have continued to carve a niche for themselves on the national scene.

Published in Technology

There’s little doubt that advances in technology will continue to drive the economy forward. As technology’s role in the market develops, software in particular will be the key to driving product differentiation, global competitiveness and market share, said Carl Erickson, president of Grand Rapids-based Atomic Object. As his software design and development consultancy plans to close this year with sales of $8.5 million, Erickson spoke with MiBiz on his outlook for the technology and software industry in 2015.

Published in Crystal Ball
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