- Director of Communications
As one of the largest chambers of commerce in the country, the Detroit Regional Chamber has a lot of late-breaking news. The Chamber always aims to keep members updated on the latest developments and events in Southeast Michigan.
Today, Detroit Regional Chamber Vice President of Government Relations Brad Williams issued the following statement on the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan’s vote regarding ballot language for a millage proposal in the November election.Continue Reading
DETROIT, July 27, 2016 – Today, the Detroit region’s corporate, university and civic leaders issued an open letter to Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel in response to questions over the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan’s millage proposal for the November election.Continue Reading
July 12, 2016, Detroit, Michigan — Corporate and regional economic leaders joined university officials to learn about the Michigan Global Talent Retention Initiative’s (GTRI) data on international student retention in Michigan. The “Filling the Talent Gap” report is an update to GTRI’s 2013 study of the use of the Optional Practical Training (OPT) portion of international student visas at seven key Michigan universities.Continue Reading
DETROIT, June 30, 2016 – Today, the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Political Action Committee (PAC) announced endorsements of 27 Republicans and 25 Democrats in the Michigan House of Representatives for the primary election, as well as the at-large seat on the Detroit City Council.Continue Reading
DETROIT, June 23, 2016: On Thursday, June 30, Ed Wolking Jr., executive counsel of the Detroit Regional Chamber, will retire after 30 years of service at one of the oldest, largest, and most respected chambers of commerce in the country. …Continue Reading