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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.
Here are some highlights from Grand Rapids Business Journal's 2017 Newsmakers of the Year awards breakfast, which was held on January 31, 2018, at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park. [Videography and production by 616 Media]
The Grand Rapids Business Journal, in partnership with the Association of Fundraising Professionals of West Michigan, have teamed up to present the 2017 Giving Guide. The Giving Guide will be a compendium of West Michigan-based charity organizations, foundations, fundraising entities and non-profit organizations published in a glossy, magazine-style format. Each non-profit organization will receive a two-page spread representation in the Guide co-opt by the Grand Rapids Business Journal, whereas the GRBJ will pay the cost of one page of the two-page spread. The Giving Guide will be published and inserted in the Grand Rapids Business Journal on November 13, 2017. AFPWM will be holding their 31st annual awards and recognition program at the Amway on November 15, 2017. Local business leader...
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.
Top Woman Owned Business 2017
The Grand Rapids Business Journal has chosen 50 West Michigan women to be honored for their community impact. The Business Journal honored its 2018 class of The 50 Most Influential Women in West Michigan at a luncheon on March 7 at the JW Marriott International Ballroom in downtown Grand Rapids. The event is a biennial salute to 50 of the region’s most influential women business owners, leaders, policy-shapers and decision-makers.
In this issue of 495GR, I got to hear the stories of those who are making Grand Rapids the vibrant community that it is. Education opportunities, transportation, economic development and business growth and evolution, while honoring the service-based values of this area – that is what you will read about in this issue, and what inspires me. I hope you will also see the diversity of industry, the dedication to community, and the excitement of growth in the following stories. A huge thank-you to all involved in this publication, for the stories they share, and for contributing to the narrative of our community. Sincerely, Elizabeth Sanders 495GR Writer
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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.