Venture capitalism is growing in Detroit even in spite of the pandemic. Investments in venture capital grew from $88 million to $316.5 million, nearly quadrupling between the years 2014 and 2020 in the Detroit area. These investments are indicative of a strong venture base in
Detroit Is THIS is hosted by Ivana Kalafatic, founder of Detroitisit. The show sees thought leaders, community change agents, makers, innovators, and entrepreneurs share their personal and professional stories.
Through these conversations, we’ll explore opportunities and solutions for the times we find ourselves in.
In Episode 1,
For the Small Business owners who missed out on the first round of TechTown Detroit's Stabilization Grants, you're in luck. There's another round coming your way.
The TechTown Stabilization Fund has expanded its craft reach, and "aims to support the businesses most often left out of
TechTown is always ahead of the curve, and their response to COVID-19 is no different. During this time, TechTown has launched the Detroit Small Business Stabilization Fund to support the needs of small businesses impacted by the spread and closures during the Coronavirus pandemic.