Todd Sachse, CEO and founder of Sachse Construction in Detroit, discusses his company's efforts to recruit more young people into the skilled trades and why the current labor shortage is slowing the number of construction projects in metro Detroit.
Kevin Bopp, vice president of parking and mobility for Bedrock, discusses the real estate management company's partnerships for reducing downtown Detroit congestion inside a May Mobility semi-autonomous shuttle as the vehicle makes its one-mile loop through downtown Detroit's central business district.
For the first time since 1990, the Detroit Regional Chamber is endorsing a Democrat for governor. The chamber's political action committee backed Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday over Republican Bill Schuette, who has racked up the majority of endorsements from business groups in Michigan. Brad Williams, vice president of government relations for the Detroit chamber, sat down with Crain's Senior Reporter Chad Livengood at Hopcat in Midtown to discuss the business group's endorsements in the...
Eight military veterans are launching businesses from WeWork's shared office space in Campus Martius through Bunker Labs, a national organization that helps former service members become entreprenuers.
Tech entrepreneur Angel Gambino discusses how her purchase of depressed property in Corktown in 2010 triggered her re-engagement with her hometown of Detroit. She's now building small mobility and social media marketing businesses in the city. She's joined on this episode of "Detroit Rising" by local businesswoman Stefanie Kwiatkowski, owner of Barre'letixx, a maker of grippy shoes for yoga. Barre'letixx is one of Gambino's social media clients.