2017 Michigan CEO Summit
Highlights from the 2017 Michigan CEO Summit
On November 9, 2017, nearly 500 business executives, community leaders and policymakers met at the sixth annual Michigan CEO Summit to discuss what it takes to succeed and prosper both as individual enterprises and as a state.
How Competitive is Michigan: 2017 Benchmarking Report Results
Is Michigan a “Top Ten” state? Review the most recent data to see where Michigan ranks against the states we compete with most
The Changing Technology Landscape and its Impact on Business
Technology continues to rapidly change. Find out how it is impacting consumers and changing how businesses need to reach their target market.
Growing a Business and Giving Back
Hear how a family-owned neighborhood drugstore emerged as the nation’s largest independent specialty pharmacy in less than a decade and how that family is now using their voice and creativity to transform their local community.
Introduction: The Many Roads to Success
Get to know the panelists from the 2017 MI CEO Summit session, "The Many Roads to Success."
The Many Roads to Success
Hear from a panel of successful Michigan business leaders about how they rose to the top, the strategies they employ to keep their companies ahead of the curve, and what new trends are disrupting the workplace
Liberate The Human Journey: A Discussion with Jim Hackett of Ford Motor Company and Doug Rothwell, BLM
Engage in a discussion surrounding the belief that freedom of movement is fundamental for human progress and smart mobility solutions will be the key to helping people move freely through the world of the future.
Making America Stronger
Hear David N. Farr chairman of the largest manufacturing association in the nation, a global business leader, discuss what it will take for manufacturers in Michigan and the United States to win in a fiercely competitive global economy and how to advance this mission in Washington.
Making America Stronger: A Discussion with David Farr and Christy McDonald
MiWeek Anchor Christy McDonald moderates a discussion with David N. Farr, Chairman of the National Association of Manufacturers, about the future of manufacturing in America.