GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A destination asset study is revisiting the strategy of setting up an amphitheater, growing DeVos Area Conference Center and developing a qualified soccer workforce to improve customer and enterprise attraction in Grand Rapids and Kent County.
The results from the updated analyze, commissioned by Grand Action 2. and performed by Convention, Sporting activities and Leisure, International, have been presented Monday, Nov. 23 at the Financial Club of Grand Rapids.
The study will support the small business-based nonprofit and local community companions in analyzing, prioritizing and organizing development aimed at elevating the area as a prime-tier customer place.
The dialogue about these proposals is transpiring amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which has triggered the cancellation of substantial gatherings, crippled the tourism field and impacted area economies. But Grand Motion 2., an economic enhancement group that relaunched in the spring, is attempting to consider gain of this time.