When Jeremy Decker was looking to get out of the Chicago area and move his business to a place where it could grow, he considered factors such as a lower cost of living and cheaper real estate.
While he was able to find a place he could buy, another draw to the Grand Valley came in the way of resources available that would allow him to produce work for his clients without breaking the bank on some of the necessary equipment.
Decker found the Business Incubator’s GJ Makerspace, a membership group on the Incubator campus that provides access to technology such as 3-D printers and a laser cutter. And now that membership has been on the rise the past few months, the Incubator is ready to expand the Makerspace’s footprint and add space in the next month.
“It’s actually starting to…