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MI Small Business
MI Small Business
Support for Small Business
Assisting Communities in Revitalizing Commercial Districts
Business Grants To Help Small Businesses Grow Export Activities
Early-Stage Funding for Startups
Providing Economic Relief
Back to Work Employer Resources
Providing Unemployment Resources
Back to Work Incentive
Emergency Financial Assistance
Tuition-Free Degrees And Certificates
Virtual Job Fairs
Addressing Child Care Needs
MI Tri-Share Child Care Program
Record $1.4B Investment Proposal
Keeping Small Businesses Safe
Economic Jumpstart Plan
With additional state revenues expected and billions of dollars in incoming federal funding, Michigan is in a strong position to make investments that can transform the landscape for small businesses.
Governor Whitmer has proposed putting $300M into the Michigan Mainstreet Initiative.
Michigan Microenterprise Support Initiative
Michigan Small Business Restart Program
Michigan Small Business SmartZones And Business Accelerator And Resiliency Initiative
Promising Economic Results
The State of Michigan is already seeing promising results from the economic policies and COVID-19 mitigation measures that have helped small businesses and working people recover from the pandemic:
An independent analysis from the financial publication, credible, states that our economic recovery is the2nd strongest nationwide.
Michigan's unemployment rate is nearly one point lower than the national average as more Michiganders get back to work.
New projections show the state's revenue outlook increasing by nearly $6.5B -- from a $3B deficit to a $3.5B surplus.
Michigan's economy grew 7.6%in the first quarter of 2021, the best in the Midwest, higher than the national average, and among the top 10 states nationwide.