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Memories of his father inspired Richard Lim’s passion for photography

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Howell photographer Richard Lim was just 8-1/2 when his father died from cancer. Photos of his father, along with stories from people who knew him, provided the adult Lim with a fuller picture of the man he didn’t have the time to get to know all that well as a…

Viperspace specializes in IT, cloud solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses

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Viperspace is an information technology company serving all of Southeast Michigan from its Whitmore Lake location. “We’re also a retail shop,” said Kyle Cvengros, technical account manager for Viperspace. “In addition to our IT work, we sell computers and components and do repairs.” Viperspace specializes in offering the technology and…

Help businesses, help the chamber, and make money, too

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Members who refer businesses will receive $25 off their next renewal dues invoice for each new business they refer that joins the chamber. They will receive $25 for each member up to the limit of their renewal dues. If a member refers enough businesses that the incentive amount surpasses the…

Guide for working with government, corporate buyers available at no charge

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The American Chamber of Commerce Executives released the 2014 edition of “Braddocks’s The Winning Edge: How Government and Corporate Buyers Select a Small Business Supplier.” This is a practical guide for small-to-medium-sized businesses that provides important insights into the decision-making process within the government and large corporations, with emphasis on…

County permit guidebook now available

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As an initiative of Advantage Livingston’s strategic growth plan, a guidebook to navigate through the regulatory processes of Livingston County’s governmental departments is now available. Most often the initial contact any resident, developer or builder has with the regulatory process occurs when a development is still an idea. At this…