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Creating Beauty Out of the Rubble
Dreamtroit project takes the former Lincoln factory and reimagines it into a unique, eclectic space that inspires artistic creativity while encouraging recycling and sustainability thanks to the vision of one emerging downtown Detroit community.
A Conversation on Supporting Local and Traveling Safely
Michele Wildman, Senior Vice President of Community Development at MEDC joins Travel Michigan Vice President Dave Lorenz and Tom Daldin of the Public Television show Under The Radar Michigan for a conversation about safely experiencing the beauty, arts and culture of Pure Michigan this spring and summer, with suggestions for discovering and supporting local businesses along the way.
Michigan Offers Resources and Opportunities for Businesses to Go Global
Expanding business into international markets can be challenging, but MEDC is here to help. The MEDC International Trade team can assist a company looking to expand into foreign markets or export its products around the world—all while continuing to grow and prosper in Michigan.
Going Beyond Borders with BioPro
Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s International Trade program is designed to help businesses across the state grow and thrive—both right here in Michigan and around the globe. In 2020 alone, the International Trade team assisted 530 Michigan companies in increasing their export sales to more than 100 countries.
A Conversation on the Economic Opportunity of Industry 4.0 in Michigan
Chuck Werner, manager of Operational Excellence at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center joins Natalie Chmiko, MEDC’s VP of Pure Michigan Business Connect & International Trade for a live conversation on the economic opportunity of Industry 4.0.
Local Guide to Support Ingenuity of Michigan’s Restaurants and Food Purveyors
The basic purpose of restaurants and other purveyors is to provide food and drink. Beyond that, restaurants historically have fulfilled a human need for connection and shaped social relations, in addition to shaping the overall economy and makeup of communities across the state.
Northern Michigan’s Community Helps Businesses Change and Evolve through the Highs and Lows of the Pandemic
In 2020, Northern Michigan saw a record-setting influx of visitors in search of respite from the pandemic. Many Michiganders stayed closer to home, trading trips on planes for in-state destinations like state parks and lakeside towns. Even as the seasons shifted to colder months, an increase in outdoor activities still brought many up north.