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Michigan made significant strides in an annual entrepreneurial scorecard issued by the Small Business Association of Michigan. The state’s entrepreneurial climate ranked 15th nationally in 2011, compared to 45th in 2010.

CWD buys downtown Trade Center building

Written by | Wednesday, 14 March 2012 14:29 |

Grand Rapids-based CWD Real Estate Investment today announced it purchased the historic Trade Center Building at 50 Louis Street NW, at the intersection with Ionia Avenue.

Grand Rapids Brewing Co. to open downtown

Written by | Thursday, 08 March 2012 06:51 |

A major corner in Grand Rapid’s downtown entertainment district will soon get a new signature tenant.

CBRE to move GR office

Written by | Wednesday, 07 March 2012 12:42 |

CB Richard Ellis affiliate CRBE Grand Rapids today announced it will move its office to 634 Front St. beginning March 12.

Horn resigns as CEO of Priority Health

Written by | Tuesday, 06 March 2012 10:57 |

After 15 years at the helm, Kim Horn decided to step down as head of Priority Health this spring to pursue a new phase of her career in health care.

The number and type of new resources for existing small businesses in Michigan are growing. That's a focus of a March 20 workshop in Grand Rapids on economic gardening, a key strategy the Michigan Economic Development Corp. is deploying to help existing businesses grow.

Grand Action and the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority today announced a board of directors to oversee the development of the Urban Market planned for the former Sonneveldt site.

The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi announced plans to buy out the management contract of the Las Vegas-based company that operates FireKeepers Casino in Battle Creek.

Davenport University today announced plans for a new sports complex to be built on 68th Street in Caledonia Township just south of its W.A. Lettinga Campus.

Alticor reports sales of $10.9B for 2011

Written by | Thursday, 23 February 2012 07:19 |

Amway parent company, Alticor Inc., announced global sales exceeding $10.9 billion for the year ended Dec. 31, 2011.

Kendall College names new president

Written by | Wednesday, 22 February 2012 10:39 |

This July, Kendall College of Art and Design will have a new president: David M. Rosen.

Construction on Grand Valley State University’s L. William Seidman Center at 38 Front Ave. is nearing an important milestone.

ULI adopts statewide focus

Written by | Friday, 17 February 2012 08:40 |

The Urban Land Institute, one of the state’s premier organizations for land use and real estate development issues, has dropped its Southeast Michigan-centric focus for a broader statewide audience.

After years of rumors, it’s official: Cabela’s is coming to West Michigan.

Students from seven colleges came together on Saturday to answer the age-old investment question: “Buy, sell, or hold?”

For West Michigan, manufacturing is a crucial part of the local economy.  The role manufacturing will play in putting the economic recession in the nation’s rearview, said Vice President Joe Biden, rests in the ability of companies to bring jobs back to the U.S.

GRAND RAPIDS – Michigan State University Board of Trustees approved a $12 million purchase of the former Grand Rapids Press building and five surrounding parking lots.

Farmers Alley Theatre became Southwest Michigan’s only year-round Actors’ Equity Association theater on Jan. 12 after it achieved Small Professional Theatre (SPT) status.

The American Advertising Federation West Michigan has named Kendall College of Art and Design President Dr. Oliver H. Evans as the recipient of its Silver Medal Award for 2011.

Grand Rapids unveils 5 EV charging stations

Written by | Wednesday, 25 January 2012 12:39 |

Mayor George Heartwell of Grand Rapids announced the availability of five charging stations for Plug-in Electrical Vehicles (PEV) in downtown Grand Rapids.

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