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One publicly traded real estate company’s recipe for success includes at least a dash of Southwest Michigan berry farms.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
Tuesday, 16 April 2013 10:42

MSU forecasts tourism growth for 2013

Michigan State University researchers see 2013 shaping up as another strong year for Michigan’s tourism industry.

Published in Economic Development

With an economic impact that exceeds $91 billion, more people are taking note that Michigan’s agricultural industry is a large driver of growth for the state.

Published in Agribiz

Elevator pitch contests and business plan competitions are practically a growth industry in Michigan these days. But are they effective at training entrepreneurs to actually launch their business ideas and get funding?

Published in Economic Development

MICHIGAN — Roemer’s Law lives.

Published in Health Biz

Michigan’s big three research universities grew their combined economic impact to more than $15.5 billion annually by 2011, while maintaining their standing among peers as one of the top research clusters in the nation.

Published in Focus

Food packaging may quickly get tossed in the trash when it comes time to eat what’s inside, but the technology inherent in much of that packaging is anything but garbage.

Published in Agribiz

The only conscious thoughts most people have about packaging come in flurries when they have a devil of a time opening one. But packaging is a meticulously researched, highly specialized field thanks to the world’s largest and best-known packaging school at Michigan State University, which invented packaging as an academic discipline in 1952.

Published in Manufacturing
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