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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…

Young Professionals mixing it up at Buffalo Wild Wings

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The Young Professionals group of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce is meeting up at Buffalo Wild Wings, 900 S. Latson Road, Howell,  from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24. The event is aimed at young professionals in their 20s and 30s. If you are a young professional, or if you…

Ed Doane, 1998 Citizen of the Year, dies at 101

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Ed Doane, 101, the 1998 Howell Citizen of the Year, died Saturday in Mecosta. After more than 35 years in Howell, Doane moved to the northern Michigan town in January to be near his daughter and her family. Doane was a founder of the Howell Beautification Committee, as well as…