Danielle Nelson

Danielle Nelson

Danielle Nelson is a Grand Rapids Business Journal staff reporter who covers law, startups, agriculture, sports, marketing, PR and advertising and arts and entertainment. She is also the staff researcher who compiles the weekly lists. Email Danielle at dnelson at grbj dot com. Follow her on Twitter @Dan_Nels


Chamber taking pros Inside Grand Rapids

July 17, 2018
Applications for the Inside Grand Rapids program by the Grand Rapids Chamber close this Friday. Read More

Marketing agency on the move

July 16, 2018
The creators of the "Watch Muskegon" community marketing campaign are relocating. Read More

Entrepreneurs win Start Garden cash

July 16, 2018
Ten entrepreneurs claimed $20,000 each through Start Garden’s 100 Ideas initiative. Read More

GR home sales trending up

Construction companies are challenged with making good-quality homes affordable.

July 13, 2018
New home sales in the Grand Rapids area are on the rise. Read More

'Corpse flower' coming to life

July 12, 2018
The wait is over. Read More

Griffins reap ticketing honors

July 11, 2018
The Grand Rapids Griffins office staffers are matching their on-ice counterparts. Read More

Firm elects new leadership

July 10, 2018
A local law firm has selected its new managing partners, including the first female partner to hold the position in the firm’s 66-year history. Read More

Griffins exec scores league’s top honor

July 10, 2018
Grand Rapids’ minor league hockey team is helmed by one of the best executives in the business. Read More

Inside Track: Childhood business mapped today’s strategy

Timothy Haines, founder of Symposia Labs, learned early that giving people what they want is recipe for success.

July 6, 2018
Timothy Haines, the founder of Symposia Labs, mastered the skill of strategic marketing at an early age. Read More

Technology-embedded office furniture keeps employees healthier

OST is among companies working with manufacturers on ergonomic seating solutions.

July 6, 2018
Sitting in an office chair hunched over a computer screen for 40 hours per week can cause permanent damage to the body’s bone structure. Read More