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To continue to foster Detroit’s innovation community, Lear Corp. held an Open Innovation Challenge on April 1, which brought together six teams made up of students from three universities (University of Michigan, University of Michigan-Dearborn and Wayne State University) for a tournament-style pitch competition.Continue Reading
When it comes to Michigan’s economy, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters says he is bullish.Continue Reading
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that by 2030 millennials will make up 75 percent of the workforce.Continue Reading
Last week, five state lawmakers joined the Chamber’s government relations team and local leaders to explore transformational economic development sites in the city of Detroit.Continue Reading
Kelly Services’ Mark Lanfear, vice president and global practice leader of life sciences solutions, has spent years helping health care companies get the most out of their millennial talent and the rapidly changing workforce.Continue Reading
There are more than 8,300 skilled trades job openings across all industries in Michigan, and more than 6,200 are expected to be available each year through 2022, according to Pure Michigan Talent Connect.Continue Reading
Private investment from the state’s development community is helping to rewrite the narrative for what Detroit will look like in the future.Continue Reading
All across metro Detroit, what’s old is new again.Continue Reading
Christopher Ilitch, in a Bloomberg Television interview a month before his father died, succinctly captured his family’s role in Detroit’s riches-to-rags-to-revival story.Continue Reading