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Joe Spencer, owner of Louisiana Creole Gumbo

Video: Joe Spencer of Louisiana Creole Gumbo at Startup Story Night

On Thursday, January 19 five metro Detroit entrepreneurs performed stories about challenges they have overcome to grow their businesses. Watch Joe Spencer of Louisiana Creole Gumbo tell his.

Winona Bynum, executive director of the Detroit Food Policy Council

Q&A: Winona Bynum of the Detroit Food Policy Council on upcoming conference, equity in food

Detroit Food 2017: Come Together takes place March 9 and 10 and will feature speakers and panels discussing how the food economy relates to issues of equity, health, policy, and more.

Attendees of the event

Perception vs. reality: Safety in Live6 discussed at Speakeasy event

On Friday, January 20, the Live6 Alliance and Model D collaborated for another SpeakEasy event where over 70 attendees participated in a community conversation to discuss the security of the neighborhoods in Live6.

Claire Nelson, founder of the Urban Consulate, introduces the Speakeasy presenters

Join us for the next installment of Speakeasy: a community dialogue on safety

On Friday, January 20, Model D is once again teaming up with the Live6 Alliance for the third installment of the speaker series, Speakeasy. 

Michelle Freeman and Jermaine Jenkins, Witty Gritty

Guests from Chicago and Philadelphia meet on Six Mile for an urban exchange

Detroiters gathered on a recent December evening for an urban exchange to discuss ethical redevelopment, community engagement, and ways to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs.

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You're invited to Urban Exchange Speakeasy

This Thursday, the Urban Consulate is popping up with Live6 Alliance and Model D to welcome guests from Philadelphia and Chicago to exchange urban ideas.

A community discussion sponsored by Live6

Join Model D and Live6 for Speak Easy: a dialogue between neighbors

The first of a series of dialogues in partnership with the Live6 Alliance, this edition will focus on the relationship between local institutions and the surrounding communities.

Garlin Gilchrist speaks at the Detroit Design Festival

Detroit Design Festival showcases city's bright design future

The Detroit Design Festival wrapped up its third annual summit last month and, as expected, there were in-depth discussions about the power of design. But this year's iteration of the festival had special import. 

Nerissa Street

Immersive "idea lab" celebrates artists as community leaders

Artspace’s annual Breaking Ground event evolves this year from one dynamic evening of speakers and performances to an immersive, two-day "idea lab."

Comic books at a vendor display

The Detroit comic con that's changing perceptions of race in comics

A lot more people are making the pilgrimage to Detroit this fall to attend MECCA, a black-centric celebration of geekdom and creativity.

Green Alley List

Harnessing Detroit's green infrastructure potential

Join us on Thursday, Sept. 8, when five panelists share how they've made an impact on the city by using nature to create a balance between built and natural environments.

Carla Walker-Miller of Walker-Miller Energy at Cafe con Leche

10 lessons about scaling your business from our #HighGrowthHappyHour

Last year, Southeast Michigan Startup began telling the story of high growth companies in Metro Detroit. Here are our 10 favorite lessons from those #HighGrowthHappyHouse meet-ups.

Author Sean Ammirati

Venture capitalist to speak in Detroit about "The Science of Growth"

Sean Ammirati is coming to Detroit this Thursday, April 28 to discuss his new book, "The Science of Growth," which gives future entrepreneurs a blueprint for growing a successful startup.

Dan Carmody, president of Eastern Market Corp.

5 ideas for creating public spaces for everyone in Detroit

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, Model D readers gathered at the Outdoor Adventure Center to discuss what we can learn from welcoming public spaces like the Detroit Riverfront and Eastern Market. Here are some takeaways.

Open City

Thank you, come again: Customer service the subject of Nov. 16 Open City discussion

The fate of a small business can easily rest upon the quality of its customer service. On Nov. 16, a panel of experts will gather at Cliff Bell's to discuss the finer points of good customer service at Open City's latest event, "Thank You, Come Again: Why Good Customer Service Matters."
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