BLM’s fourth quarter survey of Michigan’s leading executives’ forecasts the U.S. economy will gain significant momentum by the third quarter of 2011 and the Michigan economy has bottomed out and is recovering, but at a slower pace than the national average.
Holistic approach will ensure Michigan can compete, isn’t left behind other states luring good jobs, investment
Today’s MI Thrive brownfield legislative package, sponsored by State Senator Ken Horn, is a crucial component to step up the state’s economic development efforts. It’s also just one half of a br...Read More
Following a yearlong process of independent research by a globally-recognized consulting firm, Business Leaders for Michigan (BLM) today released a study of Michigan’s infrastructure that supports t...Read More
Read BLM’s study on Michigan’s infrastructure that includes an assessment of promising best practices that can be brought to scale to address Michigan’s unique needs. While infrastructure needs ...Read More