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Business/Entrepreneur Information

Cheboygan County's Economic Development goal is to promote and encourage economic development through our continued efforts of collaborations with our partners.  The following links are provided to organizations that provide resources to businesses and entrepreneurs:

Cheboygan County Information & Demographics

Cheboygan County is located in the northern part of the lower peninsula, south of the Straits of Mackinac that connect Lakes Michigan and Huron, and is traversed by I-75 and US-23. The county contains 720 square miles and is in the heart of tourist country. Thus, much of the economy depends on the service industry and retail trade. Several state parks and the Straits of Mackinac shoreline offer an abundance of outdoor recreation activities. Cheboygan County is home to three of the largest inland lakes in the State: Mullett, Burt and Black Lake. The 40 mile inland waterway connects rivers to lakes between Cheboygan, Indian River, and Alanson.

Find out more about business and community tools available to help you start a business or relocate your business to Cheboygan County by visiting the Northern Lakes Economic Alliance, serving Cheboygan County.

Other resources for your business:

Northeastern Michigan Council of Governments (NEMCOG)
Networks Northwest (NWMCOG)
Michigan State University Extension
City of Cheboygan, Villages of Wolverine and Mackinaw City
District #4 Health Department
Cheboygan Chamber of Commerce
Mackinaw Area Chamber of Commerce
Mackinaw Area Visitors Bureau
Indian River Chamber of Commerce 
Michigan Business One-Stop
Michigan Small Business Administration
State of Michigan Talent Bank for Employers and Job Seekers
Northeast Michigan Works
Northwest Michigan Works
Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)
Michigan Small Business Technology Development Center