MI-SBTDC Gets $3 Million Funding RenewalThe Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center, located at Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business, has received more than $3.3 million in continuation funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Learn How To Write A Business Plan OnlineThe Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center, located at Grand Valley State University, is offering an online program to help business owners across the state build and update business plans.
Aerospace Manufacturer Moving Into LansingAerospace manufacturer Apex Precision Solutions Inc. began operations recently after having moved into their first location in Ingham County.
SBTDC Moves DowntownThe Southeast Michigan Region of the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center is moving from Midtown to Downtown.
Dataspeed Gets Money To Advance Embedded ComponentsWith application assistance from the Macomb-Oakland University INCubator, client company Dataspeed Inc. has been awarded $47,500 from the Business Accelerator Fund of the Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center.
Angel Investment Helps Traverse City Business ‘Call in Big Bucks’A $170,000 investment made in June by the Northern Michigan Angels, along with the BlueWater Angels, came at a perfect time for the three entrepreneurial partners in Altus Brands LLC of Traverse City.
Venture Forward Seeks Second Stage CompaniesCEOs of small businesses are encouraged to participate in a nationally recognized program designed to assist growth in "second stage" businesses.
HR Notices From December 5The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan's technology-focused businesses, groups and institutions
Nominations Now Being Accepted For 8th Annual Michigan Celebrates Small BusinessNominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Michigan Celebrates Small Business awards program, a prestigious annual competition that recognizes successful growing businesses and their supporters.
Groundbreaking Set For New GVSU Biz SchoolGrand Valley State University will break ground Wednesday, May 25 for the new $40 million L. William Seidman Center, which will house its Seidman College of Business and the Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center
Entrepreneurial Classes Return To TechTownThe Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center continues to provide small business assistance statewide through the Entrepreneurial Series training program. These low-cost classes return to the MI-SBTDC location in TechTown after a hiatus in 2010.