336 farms and food processors awarded $15 million in Michigan Agricultural Safety Grants
Driving Michigan’s economic recovery through 2021 and beyond
Michigan Small Business Restart Grants provide relief for small businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19
Manufacturing Week highlights Michigan’s talent, innovation, and resiliency
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation, in collaboration with more than 100 economic development partners, markets Michigan as the place to do business, assists businesses in their growth strategies and fosters the growth of vibrant communities across the state.
Michigan’s business climate is stronger than ever. Nearly two-thirds of Michigan businesses surveyed describe the state as having a positive business climate and would promote Michigan as a place to start a business. The state is ranked as a Top 10 Pro-Business State and as a Top 10 state for major new and expanded corporate facilities.Learn more
Living in Michigan
Michigan’s attractive business climate is surpassed only by its natural beauty and active lifestyle. With four beautiful seasons, 11,000 lakes, and the country’s longest freshwater coastline, Michigan offers ample opportunities to enjoy recreational activities like boating, fishing, golf, skiing, hiking and more. Michigan is also home to world-class museums, more than 100 wineries, a growing dining and craft beer scene and has the lowest cost of living in the Midwest. When it comes to living and doing business, nothing compares to Pure Michigan.Learn More
Once every decade, the U.S. Census strives to count every person living in the United States. The next census takes place this year, in 2020, and here in the state of Michigan, we are committed to making sure every Michigander — everyone who calls our state “home” — is counted. The accuracy of the results will affect seniors, students, families, businesses and communities here in Michigan.
This year, responding to the Census will be easier than ever with online, phone and mail submission options.
Educate yourself and those around you on the importance of being counted in Census 2020 and watch your mailbox beginning in March 2020 for an invitation to respond.
In compliance with Senate Bill 1108, which allows public bodies to conduct public meetings remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, MEDC has developed a running list of public meetings.View Public Meetings