Michigan businesses are invited to explore export opportunities at four Global Trade Days export events taking place in Troy, Lansing, Grand Rapids and Traverse City Oct. 14-18.
According to the 2013 Survey on Medical Identity Theft conducted by the Traverse City-based Ponemon Institute, medical identity theft and “family fraud” are on the rise; with the number of victims affected by medical identity theft up nearly 20 percent within the last year.
A driver who was involved in a two-van crash that killed her 27-year-old daughter, a 31-year-old high school golf coach and an 18-year-old student has pleaded no contest in the case.
It’s a wonderful season for a shopping adventure, a round of championship golf, or a tour of the beautiful Grand Traverse Bay wine country.
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 Plymouth-based Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center has set its “Proud to Manufacture In Michigan II” event for Sept. 18 and 19 at the Hagerty Conference Center, 715 E. Front St., on the campus of Northwestern Michgian College in Traverse City.
After all, the park encompasses 64 miles of Lake Michigan coastline, two islands, 26 inland lakes and more than 71,000 acres of land about a half hour’s drive west of the resort town of Traverse City.
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Annual auto conference opens near Traverse City, looking at “Mobility, Profitability, Sustainability” in the industry’s recovery.
“Experiential travel is growing in popularity, so why not incorporate a volunteerism experience?” he said.