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GROW marks 30 years by deploying loans to polish entrepreneurial ideas.
Social worker Lee Ann Moss gathered a group of successful businesswomen and launched the nonprofit Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women 30 years ago as a platform for underserved women with plausible business ideas. Read More
A local executive has been elected the board chair of a national women’s nonprofit. Read More
WMU Cooley plans to boost legal offerings for underserved populations through education, resource-pooling.
A local law school wants to offer more business and economic resources for minority populations in West Michigan. Read More
Bonnie Nawara readily concedes she has been given an incredible opportunity to develop and expand the entrepreneurial resources available for women-owned businesses — one that dovetails nicely with her skill set and community connections, setting her up to have a direct impact on the economic vitality of the Grand Rapids community. Read More
The Business Journal has learned that Intrepid Plastics Mfg. in Grand Rapids has closed its doors as of April 11. The privately held company, which employed 13, is located at 2100 Nelson Avenue SE and was launched by Bonnie Knopf and a partner in January 2004. Read More
Bonnie Nawara demonstrates unflinching determination to make certain that GROW grows. As CEO of Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women, Nawara has identified key components that will move it forward in serving women entrepreneurs. Read More