CPIX.Net Receives Best of Michigan's Business Award from Corp! Magazine
Grand Blanc, MI, April 7, 2011 - Competition always brings out the best in contestants. In this case, Michigan businesses are proving once again that our state has the right economic climate for businesses to succeed. It hasn't been an easy journey though, but the proof of their grit and determination is in the pudding.
Included in our awards list are businesses that have heard from their customers and taken action. They're learning that consumers are price shopping, and looking for companies who will treat them as important guests. Most importantly, it's high business ethics that the buying public is searching for. Competing business may look the same on the surface, but consumers are doing all they can to find the very best ones.
Selected by our readers, the following 66 companies are worth taking a closer look at. Their hard work and commitment to excellence has earned them a spot in Corp! magazine's "Best of Michigan Business" awards list. CPIX.net is a commercial real estate property information exchange owned and administrated by the Commercial Board of REALTORS, a non-profit association that provides Michigan's commercial real estate industry benefits and services.
Created and governed by commercial brokers that utilize the site, CPIX has become the most highly used commercial real estate resource in Michigan for site selection by brokerages, cities and counties.
Started in 2001, CPIX brings a local community together to promote new business and growth initiatives to reach outside the community promoting Michigan throughout the country and world. Although the site offers a membership level, it is free to access the site and input available properties.
Nancy McKellar, CEO said, "The goal has always been to have one resource for all commercial real estate professionals throughout Michigan. Commercial brokers, developers, owners, and economic development have united to streamline the process to promote properties and bring businesses into Michigan."