Small Business

Feature Story Impact Fab in Holland is Implementing Industry 4.0 technologies.

Industry 4.0 campaign launched to support West Michigan manufacturers


Feature Story A customer orders at the Kuntry Cookin' food truck in Muskegon.

Success of Kuntry Cookin’ shows the power of community support


Feature Story A rendering of the $1.2 million facility USA Sign Frame and Stake is building in Zeeland Township.

Investment in green technology grows sign-maker


Feature Story Mark Herman with his ArtPrize painting.
Feature Story Charles Elwood
Feature Story Sarah Porebski, the newest co-owner of the Holland Peanut Store, first started working at there while she was still in middle school.
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Feature Story Proponants for social districts say a drink in hand makes the wait more bearable for restaurant patrons who are up to an hour away from being seated, and it benefits nearby shops.
Feature Story Entrepreneurs Luciano Hernandez V and his dad, Luciano Hernandez IV, show off their product at the Surge Celebration.
Feature Story The newest Biggby Coffee is in the newly renovated Haworth Hotel.
Feature Story Julie Parker is president of Great Lakes Commercial Finance.

Nonprofit development lender expands regional impact


Feature Story The Next Creative Co. leadership team, from left to right, Tom Crimp, partner and director of business development, Rich Evenhouse, partner and president, and Tim Hackney, partner and executive creative director.
Feature Story Jess Resheske launched Blossoms of Joy, a mobile flower cart.
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