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LSCP Graduation Season Underway

With the hustle and bustle of the Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) graduation season, I’d like to take some time to dedicate today’s column to all of the people graduating from programs under the LSCP umbrella in April and May. Since its establishment…

Ambassadors Take U.P. Message to Lansing

Marquette County Ambassadors Visit Lansing What a week! The Marquette County Ambassadors completed their spring trip to Lansing which included two full days of meetings with the Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Department Heads and elected officials. The group of 25 community leaders…

Collaboration is Key

col·lab·o·ra·tion /kəˌlabəˈrāSH(ə)n/ noun the action of working with someone to produce or create something. When I speak of the accomplishments of the LSCP, I always remind folks that we don’t go it alone. Our partners, investors, stakeholders and clients “collaborate” with us every day to…

LSCP Releases Year-End Results for 2018

Well it’s that time of year again for us to release our 2018 year-end results! We did so at our Annual Meeting on Northern Michigan University’s campus Tuesday, March 12. This was an opportunity for our stakeholders to come together to hear…

LSCP Business Services

One of the LSCP Brand Pillars’ states, “We provide a wide variety of affordable and effective development services – for businesses and municipalities”. This pillar describes where our efforts are focused. In a nutshell, investments from our Investors allow the LSCP to provide business development services that help all…


Business Development in Marquette County

In 2018, our business development team visited with nearly 500 businesses in Marquette County. For the LSCP, that was a new record! Thanks to all of you who opened your office door to speak with us and allow us to hear your challenges and opportunities. Many of you toured…

Transparency in Economic Development

“Economic development is a noble calling. The opportunity to make a positive difference in a community and in people’s lives makes for a personally fulfilling profession for many people. Economic development is also complex, sensitive work, involving the high-profile balancing of multiple stakeholder interests. As such, economic developers must respond…

LSCP Annual Dinner to Celebrate Development

The Lake Superior Community Partnership’s Annual Dinner is less than a month away! This event is our largest fundraiser of the year. We expect over 250 people at this fun-filled event on February 20th in the Great Lakes Room at NMU’s University Center. Each year we come together to…

LSCP Takes a Look into the New Year

Happy New Year! Here’s to wishing you all have a healthy and prosperous 2019 … and if you own a business, or want to buy or start one, our team at the Lake Superior Community Partnership can help put you on the road to success. Looking to buy a business?…

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