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December 9, 2014

On Tuesday, December 9, 2014, the Blue Water Area hosted its largest entrepreneurial competition and awarded $15,500 to entrepreneurs to start, grow, or accelerate a business venture in St. Clair County, Michigan.  This was a result of collaboration between TechPort, TechPort's Harbor Muskies, and Spartan Innovations.  The event was also made possible by the Community Foundation of St. Clair County Community Capital Club (3), Radio First, St. Clair County Community College and the Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County (EDA)

      
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September 5, 2014 - Blue Meets Green Hires Director of Marketing and Communications


Adrienne Meldrum is hired as Director of Marketing and Communications for Blue Meets Green.  Meldrum will develop and implement a strategic plan to market St. Clair County in Michigan and other places.  The initiative is a group of businesses, civic organizations and non-profits in St. Clair County working to promote and develop the region.   See full story.  





February 27, 2014  - TechPort, a new coworking business accelerator celebrated its Grand Opening on Thursday, February 27, 2014 in Downtown, Port Huron.  TechPort was an initiative led by the Blue Meets Green Practical Innovation Committee and the St. Clair County EDA.  This exciting new place for entrepreneurs, techies, creative professionals, consultants, companies and freelancers will serve as a place to collaborate, innovate and create.  Flexible, bootstrapping membership rates & day passes will give access to this cool loft-style locale.  To learn more about TechPort visit www.techporthuron.org.  
  

       

      
 
   
   
  
  

January, 2014 - Blue Meets Green Retreat Plans Underway - Save The Date (give details known) 

 
December 12,  2013 DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE) has reached an agreement to sell the historic Marysville Power Plant to a St. Louis-based Commercial Development Company for future development.  Demolition is expected to take 18 to 24 months. The first six to nine months will focus mainly interior work — addressing environmental issues, particularly asbestos — followed by demolition and then redevelopment of the grounds. In its contract with DTE, CDC agreed to finish the demolition and redevelopment within two years.
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October , 2013 - Over 100 leaders, business professionals and passionate citizens participated in a County Wide Education Summit on Tuesday, October 29, 2013.  A few photos from the event have been shared below.  To view the full slide show from the Education Summit click here. 

           County Wide Education Summit