ANN ARBOR — Disher Corp., a product development and business consulting firm, has received a $200,000 Michigan Business Development Program grant in suport of a $1.4 million that is planned to create 42 jobs at its Ann Arbor and Zeeland offices.
The grant will be used for hiring, space and training. Ann Arbor Spark has also offered support to the project in the form of staff time, resources and connections.
The grant “will enable us to expand our mission to ‘Make a Positive Difference’ in the communities we work, live and serve,” said Jeff Disher, founder and President. “We believe our company and the work we do should be meaningful and have a lasting impact. The mission is the foundation of our company culture and everything we do. With the help of this grant we will be able to bring in and train more employee-owners who embody our mission and will serve our growing customers even better.”
Individuals interested in career opportunities with Disher should visit www.Disher.com/careers. Open positions include CATIA designer, software developer, electronics engineer, lean leader, quality engineer, project manager, industrial designer, controls engineer, tooling supervisor, manufacturing engineer and more.
Disher is a product development, talent attraction and consulting firm. The company’s 130-plus design and engineering experts partner with organizations around the world to help their products look good and work well. Since 2000, Disher has helped hundreds of manufacturers, suppliers and independent inventors successfully discover, design, engineer and manufacture high impact products.