Aerospace Association Launched in Michigan to Assist Sector Growth

The newly formed Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan (AIAM) officially launched with the organization’s inaugural Board of Director’s meeting in August of this year. AIAM serves to be the voice of the 600+ aerospace companies and organizations that already call Michigan home.

Michigan’s heritage in the aerospace…

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Maine: Strong Small Business Culture

By Lori Culpepper

Many cities in Maine, especially Portland and the surrounding areas, rely on a strong business culture of small to mid-size, privately owned companies. The downtown district in Portland and the Old Port historical area provide a variety of business opportunities, and there is an emphasis on…

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Cape Fear Region, North Carolina

Brunswick, Columbus, Pender, and New Hanover Counties
 

The Cape Fear Region in North Carolina brings together everything the most enterprising businesses need to succeed. Across our four counties—one of the fastest-growing regions in the southeastern US—you’ll find a strong and expanding infrastructure. An eager, diverse…

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West Virginia: Gateway to Major Metropolitan Areas

West Virginia’s location means it can provide convenient access to major metropolitan areas including Washington, DC, New York City, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Raleigh, Columbus, Chicago, Lexington and Atlanta.

West Virginia is connected to the East Coast and continental U.S. by an intricate system of railways, waterways and highways…

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Healthcare Today: National Access vs. Local Cost & Quality

The following is a dialogue between Mark Kramer, co-founder and managing director of FSG, a global social impact consulting firm and Dr. Atul Gawande, a public health researcher and associate professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School.
Mark Kramer: Why is it that most private foundations believe that health…

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