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Michigan Business Law Update: Entrepreneur in Residence Program to Assist Small Business

House Bill 4998 has made some movement, which would create an Entrepreneur in Residence Program to assist entrepreneurs and small business owners.

The entrepreneur-in-residence project’s goals would include the following:

a) improving outreach by State government to the private sector,

b) strengthening coordination and interaction between State government and the private sector on issues relevant to
entrepreneurs and small business concerns, and

c) making State government economic development programs and incentives simpler and easier to access, more efficient, and more responsive to the needs of entrepreneurs and small business concerns.

See the full bill analysis by the Senate Fiscal Agency from last Friday here:

This Bill has been idle for a while, having gone through a first reading in the House back in September of 2013. It passed the house and is hanging out in a Senate Committee after the Senate Fiscal Agency produced the above report. You can see the whole history of this Bill here

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