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Summit will hook up suppliers of all kinds with potential large customers.
Business Leaders for Michigan and Michigan Economic Development Corp.’s Pure Michigan Business Connect are planning an invitation-only supplier summit Oct. 8 at the Lansing Center. Read More
A survey of the largest state employers shows they are increasingly optimistic.
Business Leaders for Michigan, a statewide organization of corporate executives based in Detroit, is projecting the Michigan and U.S. economies will grow in the next six to 18 months, but expects Michigan’s economy to continue to outperform the U.S. economy. Read More
The Michigan Turnaround Plan will emphasize three steps instead of six.
Almost five years after the launch of the Michigan Turnaround Plan by the Business Leaders for Michigan, the statewide organization of top executives from 80 leading companies and universities is unveiling a change in strategy to continue the state’s progress toward more jobs, higher incomes and a healthier economy. Read More
But Michigan universities receive less state funding than in other states.
Business Leaders for Michigan, organized a few years ago to push for a turnaround in the state’s economy and business climate, has released its updated Performance Tracker for Michigan public universities, which indicates they outperform their peers in other states in producing graduates with the critical skills employers need. Read More
Who funds Michigan's venture capital funds? Read More
Members of Business Leaders for Michigan, plus experts in the life sciences, pharmaceutical and medical device industries in the state, met at MichBio in Ann Arbor last week to begin development of strategies for growing Michigan’s bio-sciences industry. Read More
Study also finds workers in the near future may lack the higher education needed.
Michigan, according to the organization Business Leaders for Michigan, is following a national trend and becoming a knowledge-based economy across all industry sectors, including manufacturing and agriculture. Read More
The performance profiles of Michigan’s 15 public higher education institutions — and how they compare to their peers nationally — are now available online. Read More