Thinking it’s time to begin a new business, or expand your current one? Connect with Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center experts and get advice on small business loans, start-ups, and more. Register today and let the One Stop Shop’s business advisors provide the assistance you need to take your startup or existing business to new heights.
Wish your business was as hot as the weather outside? Do you have a brilliant idea, but need help turning it into action? Boost your business potential with the help of Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center. Get help from experts with advice regarding small business loans, start-ups, and more. Register today and let the One Stop Shop’s business experts provide the advice and assistance you need to bring that summer heat to your venture.
Who knows Oakland County better than those who live and work here? In 1993 Oakland County Executive Brooks L. Patterson developed the Business Roundtable Initiative with that in mind. Members are charged with creating programs to enhance Oakland County’s quality of life and business climate. Continue reading
Here in Oakland County, we pride ourselves in harvesting an environment that encourages entrepreneurship and business growth. We are continuously ranked among the top counties in the nation for overall new businesses and job creation. That’s why we have the Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center – your go-to resource for starting and growing your small business!
Perhaps your business is growing in popularity – is your internal support growing with it? Are you seeing growth in website traffic, but no increase with foot traffic? Let our staff help!
On May 1st, over 600 people gathered at the Detroit Marriott – Troy for the 29th annual Oakland County Economic Outlook Luncheon, where University of Michigan economists Dr. George Fulton and Don Grimes presented their forecast for Oakland County’s economy.
In their report, it’s been determined that Oakland County is in its fifth year of recovering from the 2008-2009 recession. Even more, it is projected that Oakland County will reach “full employment” (an unemployment rate of 5%) in 2016 – below the projected national average.
“We are galloping towards our goal of full employment in Oakland County,” Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said.