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Dan Gearig: Building a Better Food Truck
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Anyone who thinks that food trucks are just a passing fad hasn't been paying attention. Around the country mobile eateries are gaining more and more popularity. But where to get those trucks? That's the question the Mac Shack's Dan Gearig has set out to answer with his new food truck fabrication biz, Red Beard Customs.
Tinker, Invent, Innovate - TechShop Comes To Metro Detroit
Thursday, June 07, 2012
Laser cutters, 3D printers and CNC routers at gym membership prices. TechShop Detroit is a playground for do-it-yourself entrepreneurs, a workshop and makerspace that democratizes industrial fabrication.
Building Another International Bridge... to Israel's Entrepreneurs
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Thousands of miles separate, but Israel and Michigan operate in a parallel universe. What happens when you cross Michigan's established manufacturing base and high-tech mindset over to Israel's 3,000-plus tech start-ups? The Michigan Israel Business Bridge yields an array of academic and entrepreneurial matches.
Michigan's Next Step: A Conversation with Bruce Katz
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Bruce Katz of the Brookings Institute has strong opinions about what will help to push Michigan forward. Our colleagues at Lansing's
chat with him about cities, transportation, and the strengths of manufacturing in the new economy.
Old School Meet New School: A Q&A with Brand Labs
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Just one word: e-commerce. You thought we were going to say plastics, didn't you? The funny thing is, Rochester-based Brand Labs owes as much to plastics as it does to the Internet. Mixing old economy lessons with new economy business, Kevin Harman and Dane Downer's 3-year-old firm has found incredible success.
finds out how.
Sarah Lurtz and Sarah Lapinski
Thursday, May 03, 2007
Sarah Lurtz and Sarah Lapinski (affectionately known as "The Sarahs") are our guest bloggers this week. They are the owners and designers of a local independent clothing label called WOUND Menswear. They both reside in Detroit proper and enjoy advocating for the city's revival.
Check back here each weekday to read their thoughts on the fashion, starting a business and the state of manufacturing.
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