Entrepreneurship

Feature Story Dave Koster is the general manager of the Holland BPW.
Feature Story On the Border Catering Captain Carolyn McNeil was one of eight West Michigan employees honored with the 2020 West Michigan Works! Beverly A. Drake Essential Service Award.
Feature Story Koops Automation Systems team members work together to assemble an automated system.
Feature Story ThiMore people are starting a business in 2021. (Photo by bruce mars on Unsplash)

Why 2021 just might be the year to start your business


Development News Bare All Clothing

GRABB grants help area Black businesses navigate COVID-19


Feature Story Colby Tucker, 14, from Hopkins in Allegan County, is in his third year of collecting and cooking sap.
Feature Story A trove of on-demand e-learning and Zoom classes —183 in all — paved the way for Ottawa County emploees to stretch their work knowledge. Pictured from left: HR Director Marcie VerBeek and employees Sarah Allen and Kara Bostrom Young.

E-learning, Zoom pave way for Ottawa County employees to expand skills


Feature Story Bowerman Blueberries is expanding its original farmers market and bringing a restaurant to downtown Holland later this year.

Bowerman bringing blueberries to downtown Holland


Feature Story While at Grand Valley, Jordan Vanderham developed a mask that makes it easier to breathe while working or playing in below-freezing air.
Feature Story A difficult recovery propelled Jon Ornee toward pursuit of a meaningful life.
Feature Story There’s an opportunity for more women to find jobs or longtime careers in the industry locally.
Feature Story Holland’s Cubi Market prioritizes local businesses by offering a way to safely shop locally online.

Startup puts personalized products within shoppers’ grasp


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