On this edition of Business Leaders Insights, Business Leaders for Michigan's President & CEO, Doug Rothwell, discusses the organization's priorities for 2015.
Find out about Michigan and its economy from who's who in business and education.
Business Leaders Insights: Doug Rothwell on the need for a long-term funding solution for Michigan's roads & bridges
They discuss the condition of Michigan's roads and bridges, and the need for a long-term, sustainable funding solution.
WJR Business Leaders Insights: Doug Rothwell, President & CEO, Business Leaders for Michigan on the upcoming Michigan CEO Summit
In this edition of Business Leaders Insights, BLM Vice President of Marketing & Communications Kelly Chesney is joined by BLM President & CEO Doug Rothwell.
Rothwell talks about the upcoming Nov. 13 Michigan CEO Summit, a fast-paced half day event where attendees will hear directly from some of the nation's top minds on how we can help Michigan continue its turnaround, better understand our competitors and position ourselves and our businesses to take advantage of emerging global trends through innovation and collaboration.
For more information, including the event agenda and registration information, click here.
In this edition of Business Leaders Insights, BLM Vice President of Marketing & Communications Kelly Chesney is joined by Matt Clayson, Director of the Detroit Creative Corridor Center.
In this edition of Business Leaders Insights, Kelly Chesney, BLM Vice President of Marketing & Communications is joined by Samantha Harkins, Director of State Affairs for the Michigan Municipal League.
They discus the impact of the personal property tax on Michigan's businesses and communities.
Patrick Doyle, President & CEO of Domino's joins Kelly Chesney, BLM Vice President of Marketing & Communications to discuss the role of higher education in Michigan's future - both as a talent producer and economic driver.
On May 15, 2014, Business Leaders for Michigan (BLM) President & CEO Doug Rothwell appeared on Michigan's Big Show with Michael Patrick Shiels to discuss the results of BLM's latest poll gauging voter sentiment about Detroit.
"An organization that includes many of Michigan’s top corporate leaders is making new recommendations on the way ahead for the state. Business Leaders for Michigan is a non-profit whose 90 or so members are among the top executives of the state’s most established businesses including General Motors, Dominos Pizza and Meijer.
The group also includes top academic leaders like university Presidents Lou Anna K. Simon and Mary Sue Coleman.
Business Leaders for Michigan's 2009 Turnaround Plan, which called for tax and budget reforms to generate job growth and competitiveness, has been largely implemented by the GOP-led legislature and the Snyder administration.
CEO Doug Rothwell says since 2009, Michigan has balanced its budget and regained population."
-via WKAR Current State, April 8, 2014