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Local audio equipment maker to ship products around the world

The decision, made official November 14, when they company felt it could pass the import/export demands of various countries, including the rigorous sustainability requirements of the European Union.

Project Green Light offers to help businesses save money, improve safety through lighting rebates

A collaboration between the City of Detroit and DTE Energy, Project Green Light is now offering thousands of dollars in rebates.

Startup Story Night accepting submissions for Detroit storytelling event

Hosted by Snap Judgment's Glynn Washington, the event will give five local entrepreneurs a chance to tell their story, both the challenges and success, in business. 

Boots with a mission: Detroit non-profit launches footwear line manufactured by local veterans

After months of wrangling designs and logistics, Schlaff and his line of multi-purpose urban utility boots, Boots on the Ground, will open its first round of pre-sales on Friday, Nov. 11—Veterans Day.

Detroit Future City, Michigan Community Resources mini grants spur green infrastructure projects

Michigan Community Resources in partnership with ULI Michigan recently announced five awards to community groups to implement green infrastructure.

The Craft Cafe Detroit thrives on city's lower east side

Craft Cafe Detroit, the "sip and paint" party venue that opened last June on Mack Avenue, is off to a fast start. 

Y Arts fundraiser doubles as a celebration of '60s psychedelic rock

The fundraiser, which takes place on Saturday, November 26, will have a screening of the Emmy Award Winning rock documentary "Louder Than Love: The Grande Ballroom Story," and other '60s nuggets. 

Clothing, gifts, and more: New retail storefront coming to Eastern Market

For the first time in 40 years, a retail storefront will occupy 1440 Gratiot Ave., and the tentant is the accessories shop Well Done Goods. 

Downtown co-working space to double in size, eyes big future

Bamboo recently announced a new location twice the size of their current one at 1442 Brush St., growing from 3,000 to 6,000 sq. ft. of co-working facilities and more.

Fitzgerald community meeting brings community, city together

City officials and community members met on October 24th at the University of Detroit Mercy's School of Architecture to continue discussions about the forthcoming Fitzgerald Revitalization Project.

How Canine to Five's Liz Blondy grew her dog daycare business from city to suburb

It all started over a couple of drinks with friends.

Midtown program seeks to prevent residents from being priced out of neighborhood

Midtown, Inc. has launched their "Stay Midtown" cash assistance program, aimed at residents that are at 50 to 80 percent of area median income levels. 

Women innovators speak at next High Growth Happy Hour

Two Detroit startups are leading the way and the conversation at our next High Growth Happy Hour on Tuesday, October 25th in Midtown at Traffic Jam & Snug.

Live6 community meeting brings local business owners, residents together to discuss future of area

The Live6 Alliance hosted a meeting on Oct. 12, bringing together longtime residents, business owners, and property owners along the 6 Mile and Livernois corridor to discuss the future of their neighborhoods.

New veterinary house call company opens in downtown Detroit

Pet owners across the city of Detroit and some of its suburbs can access a new service that improves access to veterinary care.
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