Tag Archives: Economics

  1. Michigan employers appear slightly more optimistic about future economic conditions than the nation overall, according to Employer Associations of America’s 2021 National Business Trends Survey.

    (TROY, MI, November 24, 2020) – In the just released 2021 National Business Trends Survey from the Employer Associations of America (EAA), 44% of executives expect the overall outlook for the 2021 economy to be improving. This annual survey shares information on what executives nationally are doing to address the changing business climate. Survey responses also reflect the impact COVID-19 has had on this year’s business trends.

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  2. MSGCU Encourages Local Shopping this Season with Give the Gift of Local Giveaway

    CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI – November 12, 2020 – Every year, Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union (MSGCU) proudly supports deserving businesses and organizations dedicated the betterment of Michiganders. As the backbone of our communities, small businesses deserve our support more now than ever this holiday season. That is why the credit union is pleased to launch their Give the Gift of Local giveaway and grant more than $18,500 to local small businesses and their patrons.

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  3. Samex’s New B3 Program Helps SaaS Companies Find A Clear Path To Growth In A Pandemic with the Power of AI

    Troy, Michigan. When someone has great influence and authority, they are often referred to as a titan. So, it seems only fitting that Samex’s recently launched Big Business Blueprint (B3) is powered by its AI platform, dubbed TITAN. Afterall, B3 is aimed squarely at giving tech companies a clear path to the establishment and growth of their SaaS based businesses.

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  4. Genisys Credit Union with Main St. Oakland County award Micro Business Grants

    Auburn Hills, MI. – Oct. 27, 2020 – Genisys Credit Union with Main St. Oakland County awarded five area businesses and a downtown development authority micro business grants as part of their Spirit of Main St. Grant Start-Up program.

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  5. Genisys Credit Union continues to Support, Give, and Grow throughout 2020

    Auburn Hills, MI. – Throughout COVID-19, Genisys Credit Union has continued to support and give back to our communities, as well as continue to grow while providing stable, uninterrupted services to their members. Since March, the credit union has watched their Mortgage business skyrocket, has hired 50 new team members in all areas of the organization, and has helped its communities pivot in a new direction with community events.

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  6. MICPA Announces 2020 Awards

    Troy, Michigan,  – The Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants announced the winners of its 2020 awards recognizing professionals for outstanding contributions within their communities and the accounting industry.

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  7. Credit Union ‘Picking Up the Coffee’ at Birmingham Roast for First 500 Guest on October 9

    October 1, 2020
    Media Contact: Andrea Walker-Leidy

    (October 1, 2020 – Birmingham, MI-)Chief Financial Credit Union is celebrating the first few months of its newest branch opening in Downtown Birmingham by picking up the community’s drinks at Birmingham Roast on OCTOBER 9. The credit union is paying $5 of every purchase for the first 500 guests.

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  8. MICPA Elects 2020-2021 Board Officers and Directors

    Troy, Michigan, – The Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA) announced the election of Frank V. Maselli as chair of its board of directors. A long-standing member of the MICPA, he will serve a one-year term as its chair.

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    Beloved Michigan brand offers exclusive promotions, celebrating menu items where the Olga’s story began

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  10. ASE Releases Employer COVID-19 Response Survey Findings

    Media Contact: Heather Nezich, Communications Manager, 248.223.8040, hnezich@aseonline.org

    Livonia, MI — September 3, 2020 — ASE, Michigan’s largest employer association, has released two surveys aimed at tracking the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Michigan businesses.

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