In the SXSW 2013 opening keynote, Bre Pettis said, “When you combine friendship plus tools, you can make anything.” He did that in his NYC loft. Next year, Lowe Campbell Ewald will move 600+ employees to a city that just filed for bankruptcy. Why? To make its loft. Despite what you might read in the media, Detroit is quickly becoming rich in creativity, innovation and inspiration. With tech investors like Detroit Venture Partners, it’s becoming easy for startups to create an opportunity. And in Detroit, everything needs help, so there are endless opportunities. With a “we’re all in this together” mentality, everyone is becoming friends and utilizing their skills to not only help one another, but define Detroit’s future. Whether you’re a designer, an innovator, an entrepreneur or an investor. The talent is moving to Detroit. And so should you.
Information below is from the United Way for Southeast Michigan’s website.
Whole Foods will be opening their first store in Midtown today. This highly anticipated opening has the potential to influence other businesses and residents to invest in the city’s growing core neighborhood.