Saginaw, Mich., part of the Great Lakes Bay Region, June 23, 2016 – The Michigan Economic Developers Association (MEDA) announced that the Great Lakes Tech Park, located in Saginaw County Michigan’s Thomas Township, has the qualifications needed to be a Michigan Certified Business Park. The Tech Park has the quality standards that make it a unique, first-rate business location.
The Certified Business Park program was established by MEDA and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. This program was designed to prepare quality business districts for securing business in Michigan. This results-oriented approach has been used to rebuild and revitalize the economic development of communities. State certification assures park occupants of high quality amenities and services that surpass most business parks through the nation. There are approximately 65 Certified Business Parks throughout Michigan.
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Established in 1992, Saginaw Future Inc. (SFI) is a public-private alliance of local businesses, the County of Saginaw, City of Saginaw, 15 local municipalities and the Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce. SFI’s strategic partners also include education, labor and government. Since its beginning, SFI has remained dedicated to fostering quality job creation through expansion of local industry and attraction of new business projects to the community. www.SaginawFuture.com
The Michigan Economic Developers Association has been the leader of economic development in Michigan for over 50 years. Consisting of members who strive to build and retain economic development in Michigan, MEDA makes it possible for professionals to do their job more effectively and efficiently. With nearly 465 members, the Association is dedicated to providing services and benefits geared with expanded insight towards Michigan’s future. For more information regarding MEDA or the Michigan Certified Business Park program, please call the MEDA office at 517-241-0011 or visit www.medaweb.org