4 CDCs serve West Michigan

October 1999
Grand Rapids Business Journal;10/11/99, Vol. 17 Issue 41, pB2
Presents the four certified development companies (CDC) serving West Michigan. Overlapping geographic service areas; Growth Financial Corp.; Economic Development Foundation-Certified; West Michigan Lakeshore CDC; Michigan Certified Development Corp.


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