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Spectrum is paying for development of the course, which is for Spectrum employees only.
Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business and Spectrum Health System in Grand Rapids are working together to develop what they call a “unique” Master of Business Administration program exclusively for Spectrum employees, according to a joint announcement from both organizations. Read More
Grand Valley State University Seidman College of Business has provided a rare glimpse into the impact of the entrepreneurial efforts in West Michigan. Read More
There’s a new-look business college in town. Read More
A Wayland firm and a Grandville business are two of the dozen companies that will receive the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center’s Best Small Business Award. Read More
The next generation of entrepreneurs will be in the spotlight and, perhaps, in the hot seat when Grand Valley State University holds its fifth annual Business Plan Competition on Monday. Read More
Sunnier economic days are in store for Michigan this year, according to Colliers International’s latest report on economic activity and commercial real estate. Read More
A combination of factors — including increasing obesity and poverty, plus fewer young people and more older people — are predicted to add to the overall cost of health care in West Michigan, according to research presented at the fourth annual health care summit meeting at Grand Valley State University on Friday. Read More
H. James Williams is now a president. Read More
Not every presidential election was decided on Tuesday and an important one for West Michigan could be soon. Fisk University is considering H. James Williams, Grand Valley State University’s dean of the Seidman College of Business, as one of two finalists in its presidential search. Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. –– Fisk University has selected a college administrator from Michigan and the founder of a consulting practice as finalists to take over as president of the Nashville college. Read More