Mutually Human Software, LLC

401 Hall St. SW Suite 430

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

T: (616)929-0425



DATE: April 8th, 2011


Mutually Human Software Honored with “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch” Award


(Grand Rapids, MI) – Mutually Human Software has been recognized as one of the 2011 “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” an awards program sponsored by the Edward Lowe Foundation and presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business.


The company will be honored at an awards ceremony during the seventh annual Michigan Celebrates Small Business event, April 28 in Lansing, Michigan.


Mutually Human Software is an expert custom software strategy & design consultancy specializing in mobile & web-based products and services.  Their innovative approach is based on insightful research and strategy and aligned with actual business objectives.    Above and beyond providing technical competency, Mutually Human is a strategic partner with their clients, working together for true market success by addressing real problems and considering the user at all points.  


MHS operates on the principles of communication, simplicity, feedback, courage, and respect. They exist at the nexus of technical mastery and user centered design strategy.  The MHS team is a diverse group of designers, strategists, writers and developers with deep expertise and knowledge of designing and developing mobile and web-based products and services. 


“We are delighted to be selected as part of this year’s Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” says CEO and founder John Hwang.  “This year marks the fifth year of Mutually Human and we are honored to be recognized as a successful second stage company.  We are not only excited for the future of Mutually Human but also for the future of West Michigan.  We are humbled to share the stage with so many great companies.   Our success and ability to innovate is possible because of our people and our process, and we are hopeful that this will continue to guide us to continue to innovate.”


Companies making it to the “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch” list are a remarkable group of second-stage companies. Defined as having 6 to 99 full-time-equivalent employees and generating $750,000 to $50 million in annual revenue or working capital from investors or grants, these companies form the backbone of Michigan’s economy. Representing all regions of the state and a diverse range of industries, companies like Mutually Human are known for their exceptional entrepreneurial leadership, creation of innovation or use of innovation in creative ways, and their sustainable competitive advantage.


Winners were selected by Michigan-based judges from the banking, economic development, entrepreneurship development and venture capital communities. 


Michigan 50 Companies to Watch is presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business. 

PNC Bank is the lead underwriter for Michigan Celebrates Small Business, with additional underwriting support from Clark Hill PLC, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, DTE Energy Foundation, Comcast Business Class, Michigan Certified Development Corporation, Accident Fund Insurance Company of America, and Dynamic Edge. 


Michigan Celebrates Small Business is presented in association with the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Small Business Association of Michigan, the U.S. Small Business Administration – Michigan, and the Edward Lowe Foundation.


Information about the 2011 Michigan 50 Companies to Watch program can be found at For information about Michigan Celebrates Small Business, visit


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Mutually Human Contact: 

John Hwang

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