The week following Memorial Day each year in Michigan features three-four days for the Mackinac Policy Conference. The BBB are among those represented at the gathering of over 1700 from business, economic development, policy, government and education sectors.
Melanie Duquesnel, Better Business Bureau of Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, Southfield, MI, sat down for a conversation with Chris Holman at the #MPC17.
They discuss the conference and why it is the place to be for the business community and some of the things the BBB does, and what they are watching out for while serving consumers and the business community in 2017.
About Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula is a non-profit organization with the purpose of promoting trust in the marketplace by assisting in the protection of consumers and businesses from fraud and unethical business practices. In addition to its recognized dispute resolution services, BBB maintains business reviews on the customer service history of more than 85,000 local businesses and provides consumer education materials on numerous topics. BBB provides its services free to the public and its service territory stretches across Eastern Michigan from Ann Arbor through Metropolitan Detroit, Lansing, Flint, upward to Alpena, and covers the entire Upper Peninsula of the state.