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Detroit Grease moves from Ann Arbor to Detroit to grow waste oil conversion business
Friday, July 31, 2015
Detroit Grease collects waste oil that is turned into either biodiesel fuel or feedstock. The company recently moved from Ann Arbor to Detroit's Recycle Here! complex.
So you think you know beer?
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Just because you hang out at HopCat and have been to every brewery in metro Detroit doesn't make you a beer expert. But taking a class by Know Beer will.
Photos: Looking back on the Forward Cities Detroit convening
Nicole Rupersburg & Doug Coombe
Friday, July 10, 2015
Last month, Forward Cities, a national learning collaborative among four cities undergoing transformation, held a convening in Detroit.
What exactly is Detroit's oldest bar, anyway? The answer might surprise you
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Stop into any venerable bar in the city and you’re likely to encounter a heated debate over which bar truly is the oldest in Detroit. We set out to put an end to the debate, but it wasn't as simple a task as we thought.
So you want to be a localist? Three ways to up your game
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Do you believe in the power of small business to restore community? If so, you might be a localist. Here are three simple suggestions for how to contribute to the localist movement in a meaningful, holistic way.
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NEIdeas challenge returns for second year of grants to small businesses in Detroit
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Applications for 2015 NEIdeas grants open on Thursday, May 7.
Detroit Revitalization Fellows hustle harder
Detroit Revitalization Fellows
Tuesday, February 03, 2015
In this video, three Detroit Revitalization Fellows talk about their day jobs, which are all focused on improving life in the city, and their extracurricular entrepreneurial activities, which do much the same.
TechTown SWOT City spreads opportunity to neighborhood businesses
New Economy Initiative
Tuesday, December 02, 2014
SWOT City empowers neighborhood businesses, providing them with expert analysis to help them identify their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
Stories from the new economy: D2D business connect
New Economy Initiative
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
By helping large Detroit institutions and corporations purchase goods and services within the city of Detroit, D2D is creating an environment where all Detroit-based businesses can thrive.
Hamtramck's (revolver) restaurant might just blow your underpants off
Tuesday, September 09, 2014
A combination supper club and social experiment, (revolver) features a rotating host of chefs that changes each week, from home cooks looking to launch their own concept to seasoned professionals of national note looking to do something different and have a little bit of fun.
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440 Burroughs St. Suite 390
Detroit, MI 48201
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It's official: The Whisky Parlor transitions from soft opening into permanent downtown whisky bar
Things are coming together for the Whisky Parlor, a new food and drinks venue from the people responsible for Grand Trunk Pub and Checker Bar.
Corktown to get a new exhibition space this month, downtown a wine bar and restaurant
West Village pop-up store to promote time spent outdoors in the city
District One businesses to receive investments totalling $100K
Coffee shop to open in Capitol Park in September
Gabriel Hall to bring New Orleans vibe to West Village
Laika Dog coming to UFO Factory in Corktown
New hotels, a new downtown park, and more: June development news round-up
Pop-ups and peplums: Trish's Garage makes its Detroit retail return
Small vineyard takes shape in old school on east side
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Urban Bean Co., a Capitol Park stalwart, looks for help to modernize equipment
As new businesses move into Capitol Park, the Urban Bean Co. is hoping to secure a crowd-funded, interest free Kiva Zip loan of $5,000 to modernize its equipment and remain competitive with national chains.
Source: Kiva Zip
Fortune Magazine highlights growth of black women-owned businesses in Detroit
Small business in Detroit: a romantic notion, but no picnic
Source: Detroit Free Press
Deadline to apply for $10k NEIdeas small business challenge grants is June 4
Urban agriculture moves indoors
Source: Detroit Free Press
Acclaimed director Werner Herzog makes short film about Corktown's Ponyride for American Express
NEIdeas challenge returns for second year of grants to Detroit businesses with ideas for growth
Marche du Nain Rouge seeks businesses to host parade parties
Source: Marche du Nain Rouge
Get connected to resources for your Detroit business at BizGrid Live on Oct. 21
Detroit Food Academy is raising funds to support young food entrepreneurs
Source: Detroit Food Academy
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