Let’s Go Out to Eat: Patio Dining in Greater Lansing

There’s nothing like dining out, especially when it means dining outdoors, and many area restaurateurs are discovering that patio seating is a win-win for them and their customers. The proof of the pudding is in the percentages, with studies showing that patio seating can boost guest check sales by up to 30 percent. Also known […]

Summer Starts with Something to Sip On

Margarita Fest signals the beginning warm vibes and good times for Lansing A favorite cocktail festival will mark the start to another exciting summer in Lansing. Presented by the Lansing Entertainment and Public Facilities Authority (LEPFA) and City Pulse, the 2nd Annual Margarita Fest will transform the Lansing Center’s Riverfront Plaza on May 31 into […]

Red Cedar Project Promises Economic and Community Rejuvenation

The unused Red Cedar Golf Course is the proposed future site of a $250 million, six-building development project. The plan will establish the largest mixed-use development tax base for a single project in Lansing’s history. The project is at an ideal location with ready access to freeways, work and play. When completed, the local community and broader […]

Get Me Back in the Game, Coach!

Business trainers provide support, advice to business owners   By Teresa J. Frith   If your business is struggling to meet its goals or having issues with communication, teamwork or strategic planning, then it just might be time to hire a business coach to get you back on the right track.   Similar to the […]

Matters of Representation for Lansing-area Entrepreneurs

Supporting Business Owners of Diverse Backgrounds Helps Move Michigan forward The spirit of entrepreneurship is a part of Michigan’s heritage. To recapture that legacy for Michigan’s future success as a state, organizations must work to embrace and support aspiring business owners who reflect the state’s diverse population. Rob Fowler, CEO of the Small Business Association […]

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