Vol. 100 Nbr. 7, November 2009
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- Entrepreneurial spotlight.
- Stretching for safety: Skanska's unique plan for an Injury-Free Environment.
- An ailing industry: health care reform we support.
- Environmental policy reform: Chamber advocates for Senate Bill 437, reforms to the state's Brownfields program.
- Crunching numbers: we still do not have a budget plan in place.
- What entrepreneurs need: steps to strengthen the cornerstone of Michigan's economy.
- Behind the scenes: chamber members on the Small Business Advisory Council play a role in determining programming.
- Taking aim at new business: Business InSight 2009 brings new opportunities for local professionals and entrepreneurs.
- Who's got your back? Thoughts from some of the Business InSight organizers--members of the chamber's Small Business Advisory Council.
- Increasing employee engagement: keep morale and productivity up with simple and low cost methods.
- Help when you need it: not sure where to start? The Detroit region is loaded with small business resources.
- Making it through the storm: tips for leaders in tough times.
- Why you should be afraid of social media.
- Selling to strangers is tough: take a different approach with potential clients.
- Putting money on the local economy. Literally.
- "Very fast" track to success: chamber member business Prestissimo finds a niche in Southeastern Michigan.
- Local companies honored with Sloan Awards.
- Intern support: InterInMichigan.com positioned for continued growth with receipt of new support.
- Automotive paradigm shift? The partnership completes a mission to Europe.
- Building "green" involves legal risks: what to know when seeking LEED certification.
- Awards and achievements.
- Community outreach.
- On the roster: join us in welcoming these new members to the chamber. We encourage you to contact them for future business opportunities.
- Following the buzz: the latest people, events, places, gadgets and things that have Southeast Michigan's business community buzzing.
- Up and coming: mark your calendar with these regional business events.