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Paslin: A local success story

The Macomb County Department of Planning and Economic Development (MCPED) is profiling a different industry each month throughout 2021, and in April, we will focus on Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics - with today’s feature highlighting Paslin.

Who you gonna call?

When your business works with Macomb County Planning and Economic Development, we connect you to local partners that can help with workforce needs, financing, grants, PPE, tax incentives and marketing.  Today's Macomb Business blog, which profiles the Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics field by featuring Universal Tool & Equipment Controls, shows how this relationship works. 

Best Mac in the Mac: Meet the Final Four!

Late last month, we introduced the “Mac Madness: Best Mac in the Mac contest.” Our quest? To uncover the Macomb County restaurant that serves up the best, made from scratch, dish of macaroni and cheese.

Buy a conifer at the Macomb County tree and plant sale

To help you select from the variety of options offered through the Macomb County tree and plant sale, the Make Macomb Your Home blog will release a series of articles showcasing featured items. Today’s plant profile highlights three conifers that would be a wonderful addition to your yard: White pines, red cedars and blue spruces.

Insights on succession planning from the American Society of Employers

Is your organization prepared for the worst-case talent scenarios? Do you have a plan to transfer knowledge of your leaders at all levels? Have you identified high performers who can move into these roles? If not, you need to think about doing some succession planning. Learn valuable insights on this topic in today's guest blog from the American Society of Employers.

Pura Vida Salt Therapy in Mount Clemens

In the late 1800’s, the Mineral Springs Company opened ‘The Original Bath House’ in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Bringing healing to many diseases and conditions which were cured by sitting in the city tubs.

Celebrate National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day in Mount Clemens

It’s been a year since COVID-19 hit - and things are starting to look up. Restrictions are easing. Businesses are re-opening. And you only have to look to Mount Clemens, the county seat, to witness the tenacity of the human spirit and American entrepreneurship. Learn what's open, what's opening and where to shop, eat and visit for National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day in this MMYH blog.

Buy a native tree or shrub at the Macomb County tree and plant sale

To help you select from the variety of options offered through the Macomb County tree and plant sale, the Make Macomb Your Home blog will release a series of articles showcasing featured items. Today’s plant profile highlights three native trees and shrubs that would be a wonderful addition to your yard: Tulip trees, swamp white oak and redosier dogwood.

Macomb County offers excellent geographic advantage

Many may wonder what makes Macomb County so special when it comes to the transportation, logistics and warehousing industries. While there are many advantageous factors for the area, honestly it comes down to location, location, location!

First day of Spring and beyond: Resources for fun this season

Today marks the first day of spring! More than ever many of us are excited to get out of the house and enjoy all that this season has to offer. To help guide where to go and what to do, we’ve put together a list filled with Macomb County parks, trails and other fun things to do. Time to relish in all the activities available this time of year!

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