Business Leaders for Michigan
Michigan is already known as a global leader in the automotive industry. Business Leaders for Michigan, the statewide CEO grouip that succeeded Detroit Renaissance, Wednesday outlined a plan to grow that industry further with a target of adding 100,000 new jobs in what BLM calls mobility.
Michigan can become a global leader in engineering by building on its existing strengths, according to recommendations released Monday by Business Leaders for Michigan, the statewide CEO organization that is the successor to Detroit Renaissance.
More than 400 business executives, nonprofit and community leaders, and policymakers met Wednesday in Detroit to take stock of Michigan’s economic transformation to date at the CEO Summit of Business Leaderes and Michigan, the statewide CEO group and successor to Detroit Renaissance.
Former Michigan Gov. John Engler and noted futurist Daniel Burrus will provide the keynote speeches at Business Leaders for Michigan’s 2013 CEO Summit, set for Wednesday, Oct. 30 at the Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit.
The update ranks all 15 Michigan public universities across more than 30 different data points, and shows many are on track to keep administrative costs low while boosting granting degrees with the critical skills employers need.
First Bi-National Blue Water Regional Collaboration Conference Oct. 2 in Port Huron: The first Bi-National Blue Water Regional Collaboration Conference will be held Wednesday, Oct. 2 in Port Huron, sponsored by the St. Clair County […]
Business Leaders for Michigan, the state’s business roundtable, continues to forecast that Michigan’s economy will grow faster than the national economy over the next six to eighteen months.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused people, groups, institutions and companies
The state’s top leaders in business, life sciences, pharmaceutical and medical device innovation met Thursday to develop strategies to grow Michigan’s biosciences industry.
Nearly 450 business and policy leaders from across Michigan met Monday to discuss key assets for growing a New Michigan economy, and assessed the state’s progress toward economic prosperity.