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There’s a lot happening in Michigan that makes it a great place to do business. Like lower business taxes. A world-class talent pool. And a strategic location. All this helps make Michigan the economic comeback story of the nation. Obviously, fueling new economic growth is Pure Michigan.
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The speed of innovation has never been faster, and the opportunities for start-ups have never been greater. The MEDC has the perfect blend of resources, programs and technology for those with cutting-edge ideas and never-ending ambition.
You Never Settle
Successful businesses never stop looking for ways to grow. Companies with aggressive plans for growth can look to the MEDC for everything from funding and talent to incentives and confidential assistance.
A Team Environment
Nothing fosters success like a shared commitment. The MEDC promotes the value of community preservation by partnering in local initiatives that encourage and stimulate growth.
Ability to Create
Vision is nothing without the ability of implementation. In order for success to be achieved, opportunities must first be created. The MEDC strives for partnerships that will flourish with the application of programs, incentives and innovative strategies.
A Site of Your Own
Sometimes it isn’t how you take that first step, but where. Site selection and development professionals can look to the MEDC for an impressive breadth of resources to help them find just the right property.
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