West Michigan World Trade Week is part of an annual nationwide celebration of international trade observed by business, government and trade-related organizations across the United States in May. Its mission is to share international business knowledge and highlight the link between international trade and Michigan’s economic well-being. See the featured articles below and plan to attend World Trade Week events to learn best practices from companies succeeding in the global economy.
After 23 years of active duty in the U.S. Army, Jason Schenkel faced an uncertain future when he retired from the military a little more than a year ago.
West Michigan World Trade Week is pleased to announce details of the 31st annual business conference on May 12, 2016.
Over the next five years, up to 50,000 military veterans are expected to return to Michigan, bringing with them skills in IT, healthcare, engineering, skilled trades, advanced manufacturing and public safety, among other fields.
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