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The Detroiter magazine, a publication of the Detroit Regional Chamber, pushes the boundaries when it comes to business news. It delivers timely content that raises thought provoking questions in order to advance business and the Detroit region to attain a healthy, competitive, and sustainable future.


 

  • Point of View: Improving Transportation and the Safety of Roads

    What should the role of public transit be moving into a future with transforming mobility options? Jim Lilly: Public transit systems are facing an ever-evolving landscape. The emergence of individual mobility options may fundamentally change the role that public transportation …

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  • 2020 NAIAS Puts Next-Generation Mobility in the Driver’s Seat

    by Rod Alberts Executive Director, North American International Auto Show In just three months, next-generation mobility will find itself on the streets of Detroit as the next-generation of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) debuts, June 9th through the …

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  • Committed to Michigan’s Lead in Mobility

    By Melanie Barnett While the global competition to be the mobility capital of the world heats up, MICHauto is securing Michigan’s lead by advancing policy that will help Michigan remain competitive globally. This represents an enormous opportunity for the state, …

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  • Diversity and Inclusion: The Industry’s Superpower

    By Karen Dybis Of all the rapid-fire changes in the automotive industry, one truism prevails: Finding the right talent and promoting diversity and inclusion is the difference between being “your father’s car company” and becoming a mobility leader. The traditional …

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  • Securing Talent: Moblity’s Workforce Shortage

    By Melissa Anders A Commitment to Attracting and Retaining Talent As Michigan strives to position itself as the epicenter of the mobility revolution, some industry leaders express concern about whether the region can be competitive in attracting and retaining the …

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  • Michigan’s Mobility Advantage with MICHauto

    By Melanie Barnett When it comes to Michigan’s growing mobility startup ecosystem, outsiders have doubts about the state’s potential for success, and its ability to compete with contenders like Silicon Valley, Seattle, or Pittsburgh. Despite this, many mobility startups have …

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  • Electrified: The Power of Mobility

    By Paul Eisenstein Long, low, and sleek, Cadillac’s Celestiq might seem like a throwback to another era when luxury cars were largely hand-built to a customer’s specifications. But it’s no retro mobile. Celestiq is one of the dozens of new …

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