Michigan Economic Development Corp.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced the launch of its newly redesigned website, http://www.MichiganBusiness.org, which offers enhanced features to help Michigan businesses and out-of-state firms exploring growth opportunities to expand and create jobs in the state.
ANN ARBOR (WWJ) — Skilled computer programmers in Southeast Michigan have an opportunity to take part in an advanced IT training program offered by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., Ann Arbor Spark, Michigan Works and […]
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain discusses tourism and its impact on the state.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, is partnering with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. to promote Global Trade Days, a three-day conference in three cities designed to help Michigan companies explore opportunities and trends in markets around the world.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp., Ann Arbor Spark, Washtenaw Community College and Michigan Works are partnering together to offer a Shifting Code course focused on Java this fall.
The state of Michigan plans a MiVirtualCareerFair career networking event on Wednesday, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced the Downtown Infrastructure Grant, a new program aimed at helping low and moderate income Michigan communities to improve their downtown infrastructure quality and reduce redevelopment costs for future projects.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced approval of Michigan Business Development Program incentives to three companies planning expansions in the state. The projects are expected to generate nearly $86 million in investments and add 600 new jobs in Michigan.
Michigan Shifting Gears, an intensive career transition initiative sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., kicks off a new three-month session on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Registration for the fall 2013 session is open now through Friday, Sept. 13.
A new hockey arena for the Detroit Red Wings got another step closer to reality Wednesday with Michigan Strategic Fund Board approval of $450 million in bonds for the structure.