The fourth annual Making It in Michigan conference takes place Oct. 26 at the Lansing Center. The conference, hosted by the Michigan State University Product Center aims at helping entrepreneurs, producers, buyers and processors in food and agricultural businesses to be successful.
The conference will help entrepreneurs develop ideas or distribute products that they have already developed. The event can help make businesses more efficient and profitable.
I encourage you to promote this conference in your communities. It’s not too late to register.
The MSU Product Center was established in spring 2003 with funds from the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and Michigan State University Extension to improve economic opportunities in the Michigan agriculture, food and natural resource sectors. Project GREEEN also provides funding. Chris Peterson, Nowlin Chair for Consumer-Responsive Agriculture in the Department of Agricultural Economics at MSU, is the center’s director.