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2015 New Michigan Report: Michigan’s Progress in Leveraging Six Opportunities 

2015 New Michigan Report: Michigan’s Progress in Leveraging Six Opportunities 
Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015
By blmdev


This report was unveiled at Business Leaders for Michigan’s 3rd annual Leadership Summit on March 26, 2015, where nearly 500 attendees met to hear about Michigan’s recent progress in six areas identified in BLM’s New Michigan strategy as having the greatest potential to grow good jobs quickly and a sustainable economy.

The six areas are: engineering, logistics/supply chain, higher education, natural resources, mobility and life sciences.

 

 

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