Fostering Success for Black-Owned Businesses
Black-owned businesses across Michigan have an enormous impact on the state’s economy. The MEDC is committed to providing the support and resources they need to grow and thrive. Below, we're highlighting growth opportunities, initiatives and success stories for Black-owned businesses in Michigan.
Strategic Shifts: Michigan's Magnetism for Businesses Relocating Headquarters
Michigan has emerged as a magnet for relocation of corporate headquarters and establishment of North American headquarters, spanning diverse industries from advanced manufacturing and footwear to semiconductors.
MEDC, Michigan Businesses and the Power of Partnership
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation pulls down yet another national recognition – this time in Inc.’s Power Partners Awards – right after earning DCI’s ranking of No. 4 best-in-class state economic development agency
Highlighting Economic Development Week with The Michigan Opportunity Podcast
Economic Development Week, recognized during the second week in May, promotes efforts to support economic well-being, vibrant communities and quality of life for all.
But effective, inclusive and long-lasting economic development isn’t one-size-fits-all. It takes partners at every level: community members, businesses, elected officials, the state government and the economic development organizations that connect them.
EV and Mobility Careers in Michigan | Livestream
Michigan is home to the fifth-largest advanced manufacturing workforce in the country, with the highest volume of mechanical and industrial engineers in the U.S.. The state’s research and development capacity is second to none. In 2022 alone, Team Michigan attracted more than $14 billion for electric vehicle and battery investments.