It is the vision of the Monroe County Business Development Corporation (BDC) that the community will thrive as a result of a diversified business and industrial base that provides capital investment and quality jobs.
The Monroe County BDC is a non-profit organization that attracts and retains a diverse range of business and industry by leading initiatives that create an environment for economic growth.
Board of Directors
H. Douglas Chaffin
President & CEO
Monroe Bank & Trust
Dr. Stephen McNew
Monroe County Intermediate
Executive Vice President
Patriot Group Construction
Founder & COO
Grand Mill Funding Corp.
Manager Economic Development
President & Publisher
City of Monroe
U.A. Plumbers & Pipefitters
Local Union 671
Manager Community Relations/
Michigan Gas Utilities
Floral City Beverage
Dr. Kojo Quartey
Monroe County Community College
Community Affairs Manager
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital
Sieb Plumbing & Heating
Our office is located on the 2nd floor of the Monroe Bank & Trust building. Parking is available in a lot behind the building located at 88 South Macomb Street. Please use this address for GPS.
Pull into the lot and if there is an attendant, tell him you are visiting us. Then, give us a call at 734-241-8081 and we will let you in the rear entrance door. You may also walk around to the main bank entrance during banking hours and enter through the bank; just let the Teller know you are here to visit the BDC.
MB&T has two buildings on the corner of Washington & E. Front streets; we are the older building on the east corner.
Investing in Monroe County
Your investment in us is an investment in your community and Monroe County! Everyone in our county and state benefits from a strong local economy. Your support enables us to accomplish our mission.
Our investors are stakeholders in the development and growth of Monroe County. They are made up of agencies and manufacturing businesses interested in setting the stage for the local economy, improving the business climate, and providing jobs for the next generation.
We understand the obstacles, opportunities and critical issues that face Monroe County. We help identify programs, people and resources, and articulate on our vision.
Our investors enjoy connecting with other businesses who share an interest in Monroe County. We provide opportunities for business interactions and networking opportunities.
Regular Annual Benefits
We bring members together for our Annual Investors Meetings once a year and also hold an annual fall event where we bring in a key note speaker that shares pertinent information about hot topics that affect our businesses and community.
You will receive support from our Staff, Board of Directors and Our Investors. Contact us for more information.