Civic Leaders: Economic Opportunity, Inclusion Requires ‘All Hands on Deck’

For Detroit to have sustainable economic growth, inclusion and collaboration among business, community, philanthropic, and government sectors must remain a top priority. That was a key takeaway from a panel discussion titled “Keys to Creating Places of Opportunity” featuring Detroit Regional Chamber President Sandy Baruah, The Skillman Foundation’s Tonya Allen, and Detroit Medical Center’s Conrad Mallett during the NeighborWorks Training Institute Symposium: Creating Places of Opportunity.

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Macomb, Oakland County Tour Highlights Auto and Manufacturing Assets to National Site Selectors

Working with key public partners, the Detroit Regional Chamber recently co-hosted five national site selectors for a firsthand look at the automotive and advanced manufacturing assets of Macomb and Oakland counties. The two-day tour was part of the Chamber’s ongoing effort to build relationships with site selectors and inform them of the region’s assets as they assist global companies in deciding where to locate.

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