February 2022 Issue
The Relocators: 28 professionals who now call northern Michigan home
A corporate executive who now leads a well-known, Cleveland-based brand from Traverse City. A University of Michigan grad who moved her innovative sports startup from Ann Arbor to northern Michigan. A local native finding her way home after starting a successful real estate career in Chicago.
These are just a few of the stories of Traverse City’s newest movers and shakers – with an emphasis on “movers." The pandemic, shutting down offices and making remote work a customary option, gave professionals in virtually every industry unprecedented freedom to live and work where they wanted. For many, that freedom led to …
My Life in Full: Work, Family, and Our Future
By Indra Nooyi
Reviewed by Chris Wendel
How someone works their way to the top of the corporate ladder usually makes for an interesting storyline. Add in the perspective of a woman who immigrated to the United States to eventually become one of world’s most powerful business leaders, and you have the making of something even better.
The bestselling business book, “My Life in Full,” is written by Indra Nooyi, the recently-retired CEO of PepsiCo. …
Health is Wealth: $880K grant supports recruitment and training of physician students in northern Michigan
A grant from the Maxon Foundation will help grow a recruiting program at Munson Healthcare.
The $884,000 grant, which will be paid out over five years, will support the recruitment and training of physician students through the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s Rural Community Health Program (R-CHP) in Traverse City.
Dr. Daniel Webster, co-founder of Munson Healthcare’s Family Practice Residency Program and community assistant dean for the R-CHP, said the program has been …
Stealing the Show: Top 10 threats in cybersecurity and how to protect your business
Online criminals and hackers have gotten bolder and more sophisticated, threatening everything from a company’s payroll processing to website security and confidential customer information.
Add in the rise in remote work and online ordering, and data theft has become a major concern for large and small businesses.
The TCBN reached out to area cybersecurity professionals to understand the threats to watch out for in 2022. They also offered some tips to avoid a data breach …