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Developing leaders through mastermind groups

August 31, 2016
When I reached out to 10 colleagues last year asking them to join my Mastermind, it occurred to me I might sound a bit crazy. Join my Mastermind? What is that, a group of wannabe superheroes? Not quite. Read More

Tech firm sees window of opportunity

Mackinac Technology partners with Calvin College, others on energy-efficient coverings.

August 26, 2016
A technology firm is looking to make commercial and residential buildings more sustainable by developing a window system that will keep hot and cold air from escaping. Read More

Grant boosts GVSU professor’s honeybee study

Electronic scales measure increases and decreases in the weight of hives.

August 26, 2016
Honeybees are dying, and researchers still don’t know why. But with a third of the food people eat dependent on honeybees, it’s imperative they find out. Read More

North Face founder joins company's advisory board

August 23, 2016
The founder of a major outdoor lifestyle brand has joined the advisory board of a venture-backed tech company in town. Read More

Office 365: The business tools

August 23, 2016
Most are aware that you can obtain the latest Microsoft Office suite by subscribing to Office 365, but what does it do exactly? Take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the new tools from 365 that could transform the way you do business. Read More

Cell provider Ting finds good reception in Grand Rapids

August 19, 2016
Yes, there are other cellphone providers beyond the “big four” of Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T. Read More

Downtown hosts Maker Faire

August 19, 2016
Robots, rockets and a racecar are just a few of the items that will be on display downtown this weekend during the Grand Rapids Mini Maker Faire. Read More

Health screening company partners on test

August 16, 2016
A local health screening company has entered into a partnership with an out-of-state business to collaborate on a new test for pregnant women. Read More

Restaurant hopes for a charge from new technology

Kitchen 67 pairs with Gill Electronics to offer tabletop resonant charging.

August 12, 2016
When Johnny Brann Jr. opened Kitchen 67 in 2012, he knew the concept would take regular updating. Read More

Software developer celebrates new home, growth

Century-old building has symbolic meaning for Atomic Object.

August 12, 2016
It took about 19 months of planning and $2 million worth of renovation, but Atomic Object now has a home aligned with its mission to still be standing in 100 years. Read More