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Video of 2015 Finalists for the Grand Rapids Business Journal Top Women Owned Businesses awards. This was shown at the awards luncheon at the JW Marriott in downtown Grand Rapids on March 4, 2015. This is part 1 of 2. Videography by Johnny Quirin, post production by Apollo Media.
Mike is an entrepreneur with a passion for growth oriented companies and innovative corporate cultures. He is the cofounder of Holland, MI based Worksighted and a graduate from Hope College with a B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science. Worksighted was built on a culture of fulfillment. A culture that emphasizes each person’s unique abilities and aligns those talents to the vision of the customer and the passion of the organization. The NET result? Incredible employee retention, a dramatic expansion of customer base and an explosive growth in corporate revenues. At 38, Mike has been named the Holland Small Business Person of the Year as well as a Grand Rapids Business Journal Forty under 40. Worksighted has been recognized five consecutive times as one of the fastest growing private com...
Civic leaders are hoping to reintroduce long dormant rapids to a river in Grand Rapids, Mich. The estimated $27 million project still has no financial backers, but supporters include Michigan's governor. WSJ's Matthew Dolan reports via #WorldStream.
http://ExperienceGR.com Experience Grand Rapids is a destination marketing organization and their mission is to bring visitors and conventions to Grand Rapids, Michigan. There are currently three promotions from ExperienceGR that you need to know about: Playcations: Grand Rapids is safe, friendly, wholesome and endlessly fascinating for kids of all ages. With tons of ways to keep kids occupied and lots of family friendly activities, Grand Rapids is the perfect place to "playcation" together. Cool City. Hot Art.: Early this year Men's Journal reported "Few cities anywhere do more to celebrate creativity than Michigan's second largest Metropolis." Grand Rapids is a destination for every kind of art, from visual to performing and from traditional to cutting-edge. It's the center of the o...
Video of 2015 Finalists for the Grand Rapids Business Journal Top Women Owned Businesses awards. This was shown at the awards luncheon at the JW Marriott in downtown Grand Rapids on March 4, 2015. This is part 2 of 2. Videography by Johnny Quirin, post production by Apollo Media.
Spend "90 Seconds With Chris LaPorte". Chris is a Top 10 ArtPrize Artist and his ArtPrize entry can be viewed at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. Brian Kelly is a photographer and filmmaker living in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Based on the video journal he made during 2009, ArtPrize® invited Brian to share his videos on our blog during the 2010 event. He'll walk around and document what interests him as a filmmaker. Brian's thoughts and opinions are his own and in no way represent an endorsement or objection from ArtPrize toward an individual artist or venue.
Chris Sain Jr. educator and author, was named by Grand Rapids Business Journal Top 40 under 40, Top 20 to Know in Education, delivers regional and national faculty development workshops and presentations as well as works with individual campuses to help them define or refine their college success programs and strategies.
The Grand Rapids Business Journal has announced its list of top West Michigan Newsmakers for 2013. Mary Free Bed CEO Kent Riddle captured the Healthcare Newsmaker honor. Here's a look at the awards ceremony. Congrats, Kent! Word's out about what an awesome job you're doing for our hospital and community. #AskForMary
The first in what I hope to be multiple journal entries chronicling the construction of one of my client's new build at Saddle Ridge, and Eastbrook Homes Development in Rockford, MI. Just North of Grand Rapids, Rockford is a vibrant community with a small town community feel. Just minutes from all Grand Rapids has to offer, Blue Ribbon schools, kayaking, fishing and lots of running, biking trails are just a sample of all this quaint town has to offer!
Dr. Irving Pressley McPhail Current President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, Inc. (NACME). Prior to joining NACME, Dr. McPhail founded and served as principal of The McPhail Group LLC. He served 15 years as a college president or chancellor at The Community College of Baltimore County, St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, and LeMoyne-Owen College. Dr. McPhail also served as Chief Operating Officer of the Baltimore City Public Schools. Working at the nexus of practice, policy and research in literacy education, postsecondary student success, underrepresented minorities in STEM, and higher education leadership, Dr. McPhail is the co-editor of Teaching African American Learners to Read: Perspectives and Practices, publish...