With a fundraising goal of $400,000, Motown Accelerator, the music industry program that jump-starts the careers of future Detroit performing artists and music industry professionals, has opened its 2021 application cycle and is seeking donations to keep Detroit talent in the city of Detroit.
TechTown Detroit, where startups and local businesses launch and grow, has shifted the format for The SHOP, a local shopping pop-up to a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The SHOP: Virtual Edition invites customers to shop local entrepreneurs businesses from the comfort, and safety, of your couch!
Originally launched in 2015, The Shop
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.
Transit advocates and community leaders gathered inside Techtown Detroit Thursday, January 30th, for an in-depth discussion on the state of public transit in Metro Detroit. The evening's discussion saw Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, who recently succeeded the late notoriously anti-transit L. Brooks Patterson, Wayne
Detroit is the Motor City. Its very foundation is rooted in collaboration. Detroit is also mobility, tech, big business, and startup entrepreneurs embedded in the community, coming up with innovative solutions to evergreen problems. Playing off this collaborative ecosystem has become crucial for those attempting to revitalize the