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Manufacturers: Secure Capital for Expansion

Posted on August 25, 2022 by

Jim Biehl

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Michigan ManufacturingIf you’re a Michigan manufacturer interested in expanding operations through capital investment, we’ve got good news for you. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is launching two new programs to give manufacturers access to capital through local banks. These programs are designed to make it easier for manufacturers to secure capital for expansion and help them overcome the hurdles of getting approved for loans. Learn how these programs can help with your growth efforts.

  1. Michigan Business Growth Fund Loan Participation Program
  2. Michigan Business Growth Fund Collateral Support Program

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Leading the firm’s manufacturing & distribution group, Jim has built a reputation for providing strategic tax, accounting and operational support to owners.

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