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Ten years after graduating from Calvin College, Kristin Ekkens founded C3 Consulting LLC to help businesses raise their CQ.
West Michigan Symphony’s manager first had to learn the tunes before singing the organization’s virtues.
Coming from nothing, Lake Michigan Credit Union’s CFO knows how to work with customers.
New Holland Brewing Co.’s entrepreneurial president isn’t afraid to fail, which is why he succeeds.
Executive Director Kim Dabbs says WMCAT gives students an outlet and a voice in a space that believes in their accomplishments.
There are two colors that bubble to the surface as it relates to at-home senior adult care. The first: Graying baby boomers are averse to living in a nursing home. The second: Older adults are willing to part with their greenbacks in exchange for services that help them avoid spending their remaining years in a skilled nursing facility.Read More
The Grand Rapids-based Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement intends to use a $1.7 million grant to fund a collaborative care management strategy whose mission is to improve the outcome of patients suffering from depression and related chronic diseases and shave health care costs.Read More
Product lines and sales territory have expanded since Steve and Liz Peacock launched Pro-Vision Video Systems Inc. in their basement in Kentwood in 2003, but the pillars of the operation remain intact: reliability, simplicity and affordability.Read More