Economic development agencies, chambers of commerce, and other organizations and businesses to help with your relocation or expansion:
Michigan Economic Development Corporation
This organization assists in growing and expanding a business in Michigan, establishing a business in the state, locating commercial real estate or properties, and community development.
300 North Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913 (Map & Aerial View)
The Alliance is a non-profit, investor-driven, economic development organization dedicated to tax and job base creation in the communities that comprise Northern Berrien County in the lower corner of Southwest Michigan. The organization partners with local units of government and other economic development organizations such as the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to facilitate location and expansion projects.
38 W. Wall St., Benton Harbor, MI 49023 (Map & Aerial View)
(269) 925-4471 Fax
Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corp.
As a long-time tourist mecca, the community is full of generous people who are very welcoming of newcomers. This extends to the growing economic base of the city and county, where several modern industrial parks, three airports, low energy costs driven by hydroelectric power complement the friendly business environment, industrious work ethic of our people and a minimal bureaucracy with strong community collaboration to help to make Sault Ste. Marie the place to grow.
1301 W. Easterday Ave., Sault Sainte Marie, MI 49783 (Map & Aerial View)
(906) 635-1999 Fax
Alliance for Economic Success
AES works collaboratively with all businesses, governments and community organizations. Assistance is available for all business sectors (industry, service, small and medium businesses, agriculture, etc.), municipalities and community organizations to support and promote activities that drive economic growth, while balancing and preserving quality of life.
1361 US 31 South, Manistee, MI 49660 (Map & Aerial View)
Bay County Growth Alliance Incorporated
County government established this department and directed it to coordinate and facilitate the participation of local government officials, farmers and agribusiness representatives, recreational users, local environmental groups, business and economic development organizations, and the public to increase general community awareness and involvement.
721 Washington Avenue, Suite 307, Bay City, MI 48708 (Map & Aerial View)
Brooklyn-Irish Hills Chamber Of Commerce
The Brooklyn Irish Hills Chamber's Mission is to promote, serve and collaborate with our members and the community to foster a sustainable, prosperous business environment which cultivates a high quality of life and economic success.
P.O. Box 805, Brooklyn, MI 49230 (Map & Aerial View)
Detroit Economic Growth Corporation
DEGC is a private, non-profit organization. The DEGC team consists of long-time members of the Detroit community who can inform about school systems, personal safety, entertainment, culture, dining, traffic patterns, all the things that make investing in Detroit a full, rich experience.
500 Griswold Street, Detroit, MI 48226 (Map & Aerial View)
Detroit Regional Economic Partnership
The DREP promotes economic development through the coordination of business attraction and expansion activities aimed at positioning the Detroit Region in the global marketplace. It offers its members the opportunity to participate in trade missions and expositions in strategically selected locations around the globe.
1 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48232 (Map & Aerial View)
Greater Gratiot Development, Inc.
GGDI is organized to coordinate economic development efforts in the greater Gratiot County area. Nationally recognized for collaborative success, GGDI partners with the public and private sectors to provide a clearinghouse of information and assistance to retain, expand, and locate business in Gratiot County. GGDI also acts as a facilitator for business, industry and agribusiness in securing assistance from local, state, federal, and private sources.
136 S. Main St., Ithaca, MI 48847 (Map & Aerial View)
(989) 875-2990 Fax
Michigan Industrial News:
Michigan Gained 14,600 Manufacturing Jobs In 2012 According To Industrial Guide (4/22/2013)
Michigan Manufacturing Jobs Increased 1.6% Over Past Year (4/16/2012)
Michigan Lost Fewer Manufacturing Jobs In 2010 (4/4/2011)
Michigan Lost 80,000 Manufacturing Jobs Over Past Year (3/8/2010)
Michigan Lost 43,000 Manufacturing Jobs According To Industrial Directory (3/27/2009)
Michigan Manufacturing Jobs Dropped 5 Percent In 2007 (3/31/2008)
Michigan Lost Over 19,000 Manufacturing Jobs In 2006 According To State Industry Guide; 116,000 Lost Since 2001 (3/16/2007)
State Industrial Guide Reports Michigan Gains Plants, Loses Manufacturing Jobs (3/8/2006)
Looking to reach Michigan manufacturers? Access the Michigan Manufacturers Database compiled by MNI.
*Manufacturing stats updated on 5/17/2013. All other stats updated on 5/17/2013. Listings updated on 5/19/2013.