• Thursday, March 23, 2017

    Entrepreneurship Week: Celebrating “All Things Entrepreneurial”

    Entrepreneurship Week: Celebrating “All Things Entrepreneurial”
    MIDLAND, MI (March 23, 2017) The Midland Business Alliance will be celebrating “All Things Entrepreneurial” during Entrepreneurship Week (E-Week), March 28-30, 2017.  All events are free of charge.  
    “E-Week highlights our community's innovative activity and showcases the vibrant support system for entrepreneurs seeking assistance in launching, locating, and growing their company in Midland County,” said Chris Moultrup, Director of Midland Tomorrow Innovation Center.  “E-Week features a variety of events for entrepreneurs at various locations throughout Midland.”
    If you are aspiring to launch a new business or expanding your existing business, this event is one you don’t want to miss.  Attend the E-Week celebrations and engage in the various activities. This is the entrepreneurial event of the year!  This is a great opportunity to hear top-notch consultants who will help you in many areas of business such as:  starting a business, becoming a market leader, financial profitability, investor pitching, the patent process, product launches, funding, and much more. You will enjoy Keynote speaker, Charlie Wollborg of Curve Detroit, who will engage you in his story.
    Register now at the Midland Tomorrow Innovation Center (mmic.us). Space is limited. Questions? Call Midland Tomorrow at 989-839-0340 ext. 5.
    “Midland’s entrepreneurs are our “secret sauce” said Becky Church, Vice President of Midland Tomorrow. “They create new, innovative businesses and job growth, which adds to a vibrant quality of life for our community here in Midland. That is economic development!”
    “This is exactly the type of thing that the Midland Business Alliance should be involved with” said Bill Allen President & CEO of the organization. “It’s designed to help businesses of all types, sizes and levels of maturity - as well as those that are only in the idea stage.”