When you hear the word “Jazzercise” what images come to mind? Perhaps it’s a picture of the 1980s – when neon bodysuits, fluffy legwarmers and colorful tights were all the rage. But what if I told you that idea of Jazzercise was outdated? Because the Jazzercise of today is not the Jazzercise of the past and you can experience that for yourself through a new deal offered at Jazzercise Mount Clemens.
In 2018, the State of Michigan awarded 8,813 contracts for a value of $2.14 billion. However, only 70 percent of those were awarded to in-state businesses. Through new executive action, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is hoping to change that.
Ten years ago, Steven Litz almost made a TV show about electric vehicles. And though his TV days might have ended, he’s still very much rooted in the electric vehicle industry. Today we share the story behind his company, Powerlink Systems, a provider of charging solutions.
You may already be familiar with MCPED's business development team. They are frequently out in the community meeting with small businesses, large corporations and various government and nongovernment organizations to help Macomb County’s economy. But if you don’t yet know about this team, now’s your chance to learn more!
It’s now been seven months since our initial announcement of the Macomb County Robotics Collaboration and Innovation Center and a lot of progress has been made.
Dominic Maratta’s first big break in the jewelry industry came when he was asked to make custom rings for General Motors; an opportunity that paved the way for him to open Dominic’s Fine Jewelry. Three decades later, he’s committed to helping other individuals and businesses get their big break too.
Macomb County Robotics Collaboration and Innovation Center
The Paris Air Show is the largest air show and aerospace-industry exhibition event in the world. Established in 1909, it is held every odd year at Paris–Le Bourget Airport in north Paris, France. Over several days, attendees gather to see demonstrations of military and civilian aircraft and meet various manufacturers and suppliers.
Macomb County Planning and Economic Development is very pleased to announce that the new issue of Momentum is now available across the county.
In 2016, Jessica and David Youngblood decided to turn their five generation family-owned and operated farm, that started in 1945, into the first commercial vineyard in southeast Michigan.