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    The Monroe County Business Development Corp. has been helping industries and business capitalize on the opportunities to locate in this dynamic area of Southeast Michigan.

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    When you want a community that offers a small town feel with big city advantages, then Monroe County is your one stop shop.

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    It is the mission of the Monroe County Business Development Corporation (BDC) to create job growth and capital investment in our community.

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News & Events

Changes to MI-STEP for 2018

Changes to MI-STEP for 2018

Please note these important changes to MI-STEP for Fiscal Year 2018:

The maximum annual award is $15,000 All applications must be submitted via the portal (same place companies submit reimbursements and quarterly progress reports) Domestic trade shows are again eligible if they have a significant international presence

For more information, click here.

If you have any questions, please contact …

BDC’s Annual Fall Event – Focus On the Future

BDC’s Annual Fall Event – Focus On the Future

BDC’s annual fall event was held at Monroe County Community College’s La-Z-Boy Center on Wednesday evening, September 13. We had over 50 business leaders, elected officials and education professionals in attendance.

Lynette Dowler, MCCC Trustees’ Board Chair & DTE Energy’s Director of Corporate Safety presenting the MCCC Business & Industry Supporter of the Year Award to Michael Jackson, Jr. & …

Council Approves Land Transfer Memorandum

Council Approves Land Transfer Memorandum

Economic growth can be achieved through collaboration and partnerships. By pulling together key stakeholders within our county, the probability of successful endeavors increase dramatically.

Below is a reprinted article from yesterday’s Monroe News. This is a great example of a partnership between the City of Monroe and the Monroe County Historical Society sharing their resources to create a better environment …