- 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.
May 14, 2013 – “The Mayor made a difficult decision today — displaying the leadership, and love of the city, he’s shown since taking office. The Detroit Regional Chamber will continue to stand by the Mayor as he leads Detroit’s … Continue reading
DETROIT (April 30, 2013) – The Detroit Regional Chamber and Detroit Public Television (DPTV) announce a continued collaboration for the Chamber’s signature event, the Mackinac Policy Conference, building upon the highest level of access to content in Conference history. The Conference, held May 29th through May 31st on Mackinac Island, Mich., will feature top-level speakers, insightful panels and other programming with nearly 1,500 statewide business, government and community leaders on-site.
DETROIT, March 27, 2013 – Today, the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit program received Playworks Detroit’s Inclusion Award for its work in raising awareness to needs in the Detroit community. The award was presented at the 2013 Get in the … Continue reading
Private sector recovery needs long-term fiscal solution for city. The Detroit Regional Chamber supports Governor Rick Snyder’s call for increased collaboration and “all hands on deck” as he declared the city of Detroit in financial emergency during a special town … Continue reading
DETROIT, February 8, 2013 – Today, the Detroit Regional Chamber announced that Jeb Bush, governor of Florida from 1999-2007, will provide the opening keynote address at the 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference. Held Wednesday, May 29 through Friday, May 31, the … Continue reading
Detroit Free Press: April 14, 2013
Now that President Barack Obama and the U.S. State Department have officially chosen to accept Canada’s gift of a free bridge at the Detroit-Windsor border crossing by issuing a permit for the project, Michigan’s obligation is to put it to good use. That’s not a given in a state that has squandered or underutilized assets in the past. More on that later.