Warren-based Proper Group International, has kept its innovating spirit going throughout every market condition since their inception in 1971. They started with a commitment to high quality precision molds over 40 years ago and grew through continuous product and process innovation. The Proper Group is now moving into the technology and consumer goods space. Their latest technology development makes manufacturing smarter. Their newest corporate partnership brings the precision, for which they are known in the auto industry, to consumers in their own backyard and backyards across the country.
The need for trained and talented IT professionals in Michigan is growing by leaps and bounds. According to CompTIA, a not-for-profit computing technology association, the Michigan IT sector grew by more than five percent in 2016 adding nearly 11,000 new jobs. That brings the estimated number of workers employed in technology in Michigan to almost 222,000. This increasing demand for trained workers is not going to stop. To meet this need, it is more important than ever to have accredited educational programs in place to continue to fill the pipeline of educated IT professionals.
Born in Mt Clemens and growing up in Roseville, Scott Randall has been active on the rock and roll scene for over 30 years. A collector of jukeboxes and classic pinball machines, he also sings in his own classic rock band “CHIT” doing shows all over the Motor City. Scott began at his high school station WPHS at Cousino High School in Warren. As an aspiring broadcasting professional, he was also spinning tunes as the deejay at the Great Skate in Roseville until it was suggested that he might take his talent to the next level. Attending the nationally-recognized broadcasting school Specs Howard, he was able turn his craft into a lifelong career.
Advancing Macomb announces the addition of two new board members – Thom Lipari of Lipari Foods and Jim Sawyer, President of Macomb Community College.