Entrepreneurship

Feature Story Rebekah Bakker was named the 2020 Young Professional of the Year by the Holland/Zeeland Young Professionals.

Young Professional of the Year praises group for opportunities


Feature Story Downtown Holland launched its outdoor expansion program in June, allowing shops and restaurants to expand their operations onto the sidewalks and parking spaces. 

Downtown Holland extends popular outdoor expansion program


Feature Story Charles Beasley, a product development engineer at DISHER, is given latitude to work on passion projects such as his mini mobile home he is designed for homeless people.

Stewardship part of DISHER's mission to make a positive difference


Feature Story Andy Rozendaal (left) and John Puttrich (right) comprise the leadership team and are Eighth Day Farm's two full time employees.
Feature Story Spring Lake DDA Director Angela Stanford-Butler, Grand Haven Main Street Executive Director Jeremy Swiftney and Ferrysburg Mayor Rebecca Hopp wear their "love of community" masks.

Communities reframe mask debate into message of unity


Feature Story Gentex interns Collin Mitchell and Ciana Witherell took part in the Lakeshore Advantage event.
Feature Story rules-and-regulations

New bankruptcy law could be lifeline for small businesses


Feature Story Rodger Price is the founder of Leading by Design.

One man’s vision: making West Michigan known for great leadership


Feature Story Jane Clark is the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce President. 

Chamber trailblazer earns elite designation


Feature Story Hope College professor Jordan VanHemert performs.

How bebop influenced the civil rights movement


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Feature Story Customer and employee safety remains a priority for businesses in downtown Holland and Grand Haven.

What businesses need to know about Michigan’s mask mandate


Feature Story Jennifer Owens is president of Lakeshore Advantage.
Feature Story Liz Hoffswell is a small business expert.
Feature Story Drip is one of 10 downtown Zeeland businesses that received a MEDC grant.
Feature Story The interactive exhibit, located on the corner of Main Avenue and Elm Street, takes the shape of a wall made up of red and white campaign-style buttons.

Zeeland exhibit designed to bolster community support


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