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Invention Perfection is an "up and coming" company that helps inventors patent their ideas and then manufacture them so that they can be brought to market.

Sue Perry, one of the principles, is of the old American Seating heritage. This is her idea and she has been working hard to get this off of the ground for the past year or so. Her goal is to create some low level manufacturing jobs like those that have gone across seas and has some really cool products that are close to being produced.

Here is a link to an article in the WM biz journal. They need some space; anyone want to step up and help them?

http://www.mibiz.com/manufacturing.asp

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Invention Perfection is an "up and coming" company that helps inventors patent their ideas and then manufacture them so that they can be brought to market.

Sue Perry, one of the principles, is of the old American Seating heritage. This is her idea and she has been working hard to get this off of the ground for the past year or so. Her goal is to create some low level manufacturing jobs like those that have gone across seas and has some really cool products that are close to being produced.

Here is a link to an article in the WM biz journal. They need some space; anyone want to step up and help them?

http://www.mibiz.com/manufacturing.asp

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I think there's space available in the old Imperial Furniture Co. factory (the one with the cool old tower right near 131 and Ann St). Or what about the Lear plant (and vicinity)? Didn't that just recently become a new Ren Zone? http://www.grand-rapids.mi.us/download_upl...pping_Zone1.pdf

Baker Furniture Factory on Monroe?

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I can't imagine it would be difficult to find suitable warehouse/manufacturing space on the NW side.

Is the request for assistance due to budget constraints, lack of a broker or just looking to see if a UPer has the space available?

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I actually asked because at the bottom of the article, they mention that they are looking to form a 501 and have a facility donated or/provided for. So, I was just kind of throwing it out there, thinking that there might be a person on UP interested in helping them out.

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I actually asked because at the bottom of the article, they mention that they are looking to form a 501 and have a facility donated or/provided for. So, I was just kind of throwing it out there, thinking that there might be a person on UP interested in helping them out.

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