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Monday, December 20, 2021
Fifth-generation Native American Entrepreneur David Goudreau shares his “bottom line” advice to expand, grow and maintain a successful business in Michigan.
After spending 24 years in the military as a Marine Corps helicopter pilot, David Goudreau moved back home to the Upper Peninsula. Leaning on his military experience, David created Northern Wings—an aircraft welding and machine shop specializing in wheels and brakes. David has taken a two-employee company that started in a barn and grown it into an aerospace contractor that works with organizations like NASA, Boeing and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
In this edition of 3 Takeaways, Northern Wings owner and president David Goudreau shares this advice for entrepreneurs looking to launch and grow their businesses in Michigan.
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