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Incubating food business in Lansing

What do a kitchen in Holt, a market in downtown Lansing and a neighborhood center on the Eastside have in common? More than you might think. These local food incubators all have the same goal in mind: cooking up a new generation of businesses that are setting down roots in the capital city and beyond.

The growing filmmaking scene in Lansing

Hollywood, LA, New York … Lansing? While Lansing has yet to gain the filmmaking notability these cities have acquired, it may be well on its way to becoming a hotspot for film production.

Hatching the ideas of entrepreneurs

The Hatching isn't your average netoworking event. It's a fun, laid back, competition that gives entrepreneurs the chance to have their ideas heard, and some, the resources they need to be successful.

Lansing, a launching pad for franchise business

Franchisors have long recognized the combination of a supportive business culture, unique demographics and strong work ethic that makes Greater Lansing an ideal city to launch a franchise or find a home for an established concept.

Old Town retailers use curation, personal touch to thrive against web competitors

In a world of dizzying consumer choice on the Web, a growing corps of small retailers in Lansing’s Old Town is helping patrons find just the right item for their homes or friends. Love Betti, Lambs’ Gate Antiques and Leopold Bloom & Co. are turning the small touches into big business – and burnishing Old Town’s reputation as a destination shopping experience in mid-Michigan.
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Entrepreneurship Blogs

Anne Harcus

In 1993, after returning from the East Coast, Lansing native Anne Harcus and her partner, Mark Holoweiko, co-founded Stony Point Communications. This week, Harcus will give readers a glimpse into running a virtual business, and how the Lansing of her childhood has transformed itself into the Lansing of today.


David Hollister

Often credited with sparking the original turn-around in downtown Lansing, David Hollister spent his three terms as Lansing’s mayor securing a new transportation center, minor league baseball and new investments from GM. Today, as president and CEO of the Prima Civitas Foundation, he's still working to secure a brighter future for the Mid-Michigan economy.
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Entrepreneurship Videos

ePrize

EPrize has been part of what founder and CEO Josh Linkner calls a "reverse brain drain," attracting employees from the coasts to work at the Internet promotion agency. Watch their story here.
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