Items Tagged with 'Grand Rapids Business Journal'
Grand Rapids’ long-held position as the second most philanthropic community in the nation has been epitomized by the example of the donations to community endeavors from Rich DeVos and his family members. Read More
The Business Journal last week celebrated the accomplishments and community connections of 40 young business leaders in four counties, seeding — and fueling — a number of new, inventive ideas and relationships that will assuredly continue to sustain the economic foundation in the West Michigan area. Read More
Thirty years ago Grand Rapids Business Journal was created, predicated on the belief that the area business community was of such substance, a staff of business journalists were necessary to pore through public offerings, bank regulation and deregulation, identify industry leaders and serve as watchdogs over regional economic concerns. Read More
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will speak Oct. 16 to the Grand Rapids Business Journal 40 Under Forty class of 2013, highlighting the importance of young talent and employment creation in the state, of which their individual achievements are integral. Read More
Women entrepreneurs were honored on Wednesday afternoon during the Grand Rapids Business Journal’s sold-out Top Women Owned Businesses awards luncheon at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Read More
Aigner-Clark ready to launch new venture called Baby Bytes.
Julie Aigner-Clark is the stay-at-home-mom-turned-entrepreneur whose dissatisfaction with children’s programming in the late ’90s led to the creation of the multimillion-dollar The Baby Einstein Co. Read More
Grand Rapids Business Journal is announcing the 35 finalists for its recognition of Top Women Owned Businesses. All 35 will be honored March 6 at a luncheon, “Top Women Owned Businesses: A Celebration of Women Entrepreneurs,” to be held at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Guest speaker will be Grosse Pointe native Julie Aigner Clark, creator of the iconic Baby Einstein products. Clark sold the company to Disney in 2001. Read More