BCU’s Fall 2020 Newsletter

BCU is pleased to share its Fall 2020 Quarterly Newsletter 

This edition includes:

    New Pandemic Relief Program

    COVID 19 Alert App

    Schedule a free COVID 19  Workplace Safety Consultation 

    BCU Supports Local Businesses

    Puppy Warmer Competes to be the Coolest Thing Made in Michigan

….plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

 

BCU’s Summer 2020 Quarterly Newsletter

BCU is pleased to share its Summer 2020 Quarterly Newsletter. Highlights include: Industrial Partners USA Purchases 55 Acres for New Spec Building; US EDA Awards Battle Creek $2.1M for Tiger Room Accelerator; Torti Taco, Elliott McKone Awarded Grant for Downtown Restaurant, Apartment; Northern Initiatives and the Battle Creek Small Business Loan Fund; Battle Creek Promo Video; Airport Projects Moving Forward

…plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

BCU’s Spring 2020 Newsletter

BCU is pleased to share its Spring 2020 Quarterly Newsletter. This edition includes:

  • BCU Responds to COVID-19 with $1.6 Million in Local Support
  • Pure Michigan Business Connect Helps Companies Source PPE
  • Michigan’s Works Share Program: Bringing Workers Back From Unemployment
  • Upcoming Road Projects
  • Neighborhoods Inc. Announces Grants for Home Rehab

… plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

If you would like to unsubscribe, please send an email to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org.

BCU’s Winter 2020 Newsletter

BCU is pleased to share its Winter 2020 Quarterly Newsletter. This edition includes:

  • The Announcement of Two New BCU Board Members
  • Lori Schroll of BCU Retires
  • BCU Hosts BCPS Junior Achievement
  • Save the Date: Fort Custer Spring Mixer
  • Company Spotlight, Cask & Kettle

… plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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BCU’s Newsletter Fall 2019

BCU is pleased to share its Fall 2019 Quarterly Newsletter. This edition includes:

  • Downtown Progress
  • Tom Davis of Prairie Farms Retires
  • MEDC MarComm Team
  • Hi-Lex Executive Meets with BCU
  • Consular Corps Reception
  • Save the Date, Economic Outlook 2020

… plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

If you would like to unsubscribe, please send an email to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org.

BCU’s Newsletter Summer 2019

BCU is pleased to share its Summer 2019 Quarterly Newsletter. This edition includes:

  • Save the Date: Economic Development Town Hall
  • Save the Date: Manufacturing Day 2019
  • Summer mixer recap
  • BCU’s visit to Northern Strike 2019
  • Stewart Industries launches new FTZ service
  • guest column by Charlie Mead, on the Coordinating Council of Calhoun County

… plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. If you would like to unsubscribe, please send an email to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org.

BCU’s Newsletter Spring 2019

BCU is pleased to share its Spring 2019 Quarterly Newsletter. This edition includes:

  • an article on an award BCU received from Consumers Energy
  • information on new expansions by WACO and the WMU College of Aviation at the W.K. Kellogg Airport
  • a guest column from Amy Kuchta, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters, about the Bigs in Business program
  • a piece about Battle Creek’s status as a finalist for the All-America City Award
  • information on SecondMuse and its new office in Battle Creek
  • an update on the renovations at Kellogg Community College’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center
  • a notice about the construction of a new walking path in the Fort Custer Industrial Park

 

… plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

 

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek.  We welcome your feedback and story ideas. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. If you would like to unsubscribe, please send an email to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org.

BCU’s Newsletter Winter 2019

Welcome to the winter issue of Battle Creek Unlimited’s Quarterly Newsletter.   This edition includes:

  • – an overview of the 2019 Economic Outlook
  • – a guest column from Josh Dunn of Voces, a nonprofit which supports the local immigrant community
  • – information on BCU’s new request for proposals for a restaurant
  • – news about the a save the date notice for BCU’s annual economic outlook
  • – a profile of Torishima Service Solutions of Michigan
  • – an update on new guidelines for the Direct Investment Fund

… plus other news and information.  The newsletter is available to view as a pdf here.

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek. We welcome your feedback and story ideas.  Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org.  You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

BCU’s Newsletter Fall 2018

Welcome to the latest issue of Battle Creek Unlimited’s Quarterly Newsletter. The fall edition includes:

  • an overview of our recent trip to Japan
  • information on the progress of the Heritage Tower redevelopment
  • news on BCU’s new office
  • a recap of our supplier event with Boeing
  • an update on the Request for Proposals for downtown properties
  • a save the date notice for BCU’s annual economic outlook
  • a profile of Omega Castings

 

… plus other news and information. The newsletter is available to view as a pdf click here: BCU Newsletter Fall 2018.

 

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek. We continue to refine the format & content and appreciate your feedback. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

BCU Summer Newsletter

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

BCU is pleased to share its latest quarterly newsletter! The summer edition includes information on:

 

  • BCU’s new strategic plan
  • Manufacturing Day in October
  • A profile of Hi-Lex, the first Japanese company in the Fort Custer Industrial Park which recently celebrated their 40th anniversary in Battle Creek
  • An update on the Foreign-Trade Zone
  • Save the date notices for programs on missile defense, Lean Six Sigma and workforce attraction strategies
  • New BCU and BCTIFA board members

The newsletter PDF is coming soon.

 

Our goal is to provide useful information to people who live and/or work in Battle Creek. This newsletter will be published quarterly.  We will be refining the format and content as we move forward, and we would appreciate your feedback. Email your comments to BCUNewsletter@bcunlimited.org. You can also follow Battle Creek Unlimited on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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