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Heralded by backers as a novel way for in-state businesses to raise capital, 2014’s Michigan Invests Locally Exemption (MILE) Act came with great promise.
As Neil Brown and Wade Thompson considered acquiring Central Interconnect Inc. late last year, they found themselves interested in the opportunity the company presented.
Borrowing at last: Small business owners return to banks for financing, even amid emerging economic concernsWritten by Mark Sanchez
Over the past decade, many small business owners put off expansions or capital equipment purchases for as long as they could.
Half of the nearly 500 small businesses across Michigan that have completed a cyber-security assessment since December remained largely unaware of the daily risks they face.
The Small Business Association of Michigan wants to find a route to further improve the state’s entrepreneurial climate.