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Tech startup Amber Engine sees opportunity in home furnishings market

Amber Engine has created a software platform that streamlines the sales process for home furnishings and decor. The idea is to capitalize on the inefficiencies in the market, which is worth $275 billion.

Berg Muirhead adds new clients in legal, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors

The New Center-based public relations and marketing firm has made a name for itself since 1998 handling a number of high-profile clients in Detroit and around the state.

Mega Tiny Corp reinvents iPhone case in downtown Detroit

The 4-month-old startup is developing an iPhone case with suction technology built into it, enabling users to stick it against just about any flat surface.

Urban Aging families find resources for elderly loved ones

Urban Aging will help its customer figure out what services, resources, programs, and products are available so they can maximize the comfort level of their loved ones' final years.

Canine to Five buys new building in Ferndale, plans to expand Detroit home

Detroit's beloved dog daycare will celebrate its tenth anniversary by expanding its two locations.

Quizzle set to move into larger downtown office after being acquired by Bankrate

Though Quizzle was acquired by a NYC-based firm, it's not moving. In fact, it's expanding its Detroit offices.

Social entrepreneur turns old houses into new furniture business, Owen & Abbey

Owen & Abbey makes tables and an assortment of home furnishings from wood reclaimed from deconstructed homes in Detroit and Pontiac.

Creative agency The Work adds staff as it expands workload

The 5-year-old boutique firm has so much work that it has hired three people over the last year, expanding its staff to 11 people.

Global Alliance Solutions turns life's lemons into new business

Global Alliance Solutions provides comprehensive diversity training to employees and members of management on unconscious bias as it relates to employment decisions.

The Christman Co opens stunning office in the Fisher Building, a structure it helped build

The Christman Co is back in Detroit, working once again on the famous skyline it helped build nearly a century ago.

Attorneys chase literary dreams with Publishing313

The venture aims to publish the work local authors across Detroit and will begin accepting submissions this spring. The founders hope to print those works and make them available in local bookstores by the summer.

Tomo Coffee Co brings cold-brew coffee via tricycle cart

A group of young entrepreneurs are working to bring cold brew coffee to Detroit via tricycle this summer with a new company, Tomo Coffee Co.


BUILD partners with Etsy to offer craft entrepreneurship classes in Detroit

Etsy is coming to Detroit thanks to a partnership with a local nonprofit, BUILD Institute.

$500K Skillman grant will help connect 5,000 Detroit kids with summer jobs

Grow Young Detroit Talent is a collaboration between local employers and the city of Detroit, led by Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration. It aims to connect 5,000 14-to-24-year-olds with jobs this summer.
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