Cake without sugar? Cookies without flour? Brownies without nuts? Everything above without eggs? What? That’s silly, that’s impossible, right? Wrong. It’s very possible.
Today, we officially took the wraps off the M@dison building, an entrepreneurial hub of creative and technology companies committed to ”WEBward” Avenue — a digital and web centered corridor of growth and activity.
Detroit could be the next big startup city? Excuse me?
Hantz Farms is planting 1,000 trees on 3.5 acres of land on Detroit’s east side, officially beginning Detroit’s professional urban farming era. They also plan to make this a much bigger operation. Their goal is 2,000 acres.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson announced he’s joining forces with Quicken Loans founder and chairman Dan Gilbert to help rebuild the Detroit.
Last week, Bizdom U and CEO, Ross Saunders were featured in Inc. Magazine’s “Five Reason’s to Start a Business in Detroit.” “Detroit needed to decrease its reliance on manufacturing. It needed to transform into a “brain economy,” rooted in innovation and entrepreneurship,” Saunders said in the article. Innovation and a vibrant support network are among the reasons in which new businesses in Detroit will succeed. Fresh, new ideas and entrepreneurship are exactly what Quicken Loans founder and CEO Dan Gilbert brought back to the city. Check out Inc. Magazine to read the article! Photo Credit: nationaltransportllc.com