Summary The gauntlet for the future of mobility has been thrown before our Michigan economy, and Industry 4.0 will play an essential role in what results Opportunities and Challenges for Michigan's Mobility Industries The gauntlet for the future of mobility has been thrown before our Michigan economy; and Industry 4.0 — aka Smart Manufacturing [...]
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Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain checks in with Jane Garcia, of La Sed, Dina Fattom Wagner of Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Michael Odom, of Southwest Detroit Business Association, as each talks about role/impact of Hispanics across region. Then Peter Bhatia, of Detroit Free Press, talks about community leaders gaining notice and navigating the [...]
Hospitality industry operators and employees know one simple truth — our businesses anchor communities. They build tax base, support Michigan's travel and tourism industry and enhance livability. While the totality of the hospitality footprint across our Great Lakes state is smaller now than it was 18 months ago, we know how resilient the industry [...]
Michelle Sourie Robinson is president and CEO of the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council. The Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council recently released a new analysis estimating that it will take more than three centuries to achieve economic parity in minority communities based on the current growth rate of the nation's minority entrepreneurs. [...]
Restaurants will offer outdoor dining as food court and trucks are scrapped The Ann Arbor Art Fair is back. After a yearlong hiatus, the largest juried art fair in the nation returns to 30 city blocks of downtown Ann Arbor. This year’s AAAF, which could draw a half-million attendees, will run from Thursday, July 15, [...]
Maureen Feighan – The Detroit News It's Michigan's ultimate outdoor summer art bonanza: three art fairs with more than 600 artists in one downtown area. The Ann Arbor Art Fair, considered the largest juried art fair in country, returns to downtown Ann Arbor on Thursday and runs through Saturday. Originally canceled earlier this past [...]
Carol Cain – Free Press Business Columnist The Ann Arbor Art Fair has a history that dates to 1960. It’s on! Those words were uttered with glee by Karen Delhey, director of the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair, about the annual event — a staple of our region’s summer tourism offerings — as we [...]
As the nation continues to see lower-interest rates, buyers have more ability to build a luxury home from the ground up – having their choice on every amenity. Styles evolve every decade or so and developers design homes to suit the needs of one important opinion: the buyer. What amenities and features are most in demand and what is up-and-coming in homes right [...]
Michele Mouyianis, Account Executive FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH. – June 2, 2021 – Marx Layne & Company, a suburban Detroit-based public relations and digital media agency, is pleased to announce the appointment of its newest team member, Michele Mouyianis, as the company continues to strengthen its operations and better position itself for growth. The [...]
By Marx Layne A Detroit-based automotive public relations and digital media agency A hot topic that continues to permeate headlines worldwide is the future of electric vehicles or EVs, for short. Every year more EVs are rolling off the assembly line as automakers and governments respond to the increasing demand for greener and cleaner [...]