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The Detroiter is a quarterly magazine published by the Detroit Regional Chamber.
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About the Detroiter MagazineThe Detroiter magazine 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.

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Articles from this Edition

  • From the President: Too Early for Predictions Despite Detroit’s Positive Post-Pandemic Dynamics

    Since March 2020, just about every interviewer from local and national media has asked me some version of: “How will the pandemic impact the resurgence of Detroit?” A fair question. Detroit’s revitalization has captured the imagination of people around the …

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  • Detroit’s Revitalization: Entering a New Era

    Over the past 15 months Detroit’s revitalization has continued, but like everything, it’s been reshaped amid the pandemic. As the city prepares to receive $826 million that must be spent by 2024 – the 5th most funding of any city …

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  • Still Pushing for Progress: Mayor Duggan

    By Karen Dybis Mayor Duggan focused on Detroiters coming first when opportunities arise As he jumped onto the podium at the launch of the Joe Louis Greenway project in mid-May, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan came at the announcement the same …

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  • People to Watch

    By Karen Dybis Across the city there are many people whose efforts are contributing to the revitalization underway. This section offers a window into just some of the Detroiters whose innovation, leadership, and talents are adding to the momentum in …

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  • Detroiters Think Big: A Small Business Podcast

    By James Martinez Detroit has never been short of big thinkers and entrepreneurs, and many are looking to make their impact in the neighborhoods of the city they love. Throughout the pandemic, the Chamber’s “Detroiters Think Big: A Small Business …

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  • Projects to Watch: Transformational Projects and More

    By John Gallagher Detroit’s skyline hasn’t seen any big new additions for a generation. That’s about to change. Several transformational projects are in the works that will add significant new structures to Detroit’s landscape. These projects will create new jobs, …

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  • Projects to Watch: Busiest Construction Season to Date Along Riverfront

    By John Gallagher The best way to celebrate being voted the #1 riverwalk in America in the USA TODAY 10 Best Readers’ Choice travel awards in February? Kick off the busiest construction year ever. That’s underway now as the Detroit …

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  • Projects to Watch

    By John Gallagher As the Detroit skyline evolves, there’s no shortage of projects that are poised to continue to transform the city. These offer just a snapshot of development underway across Detroit. The $60-million Woodward West project saw construction get …

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  • Companies to Watch

    By Paul A. Eisenstein Detroit’s emergence as a tech hub continues as automotive innovates the world into the next-generation mobility era. That technology surge, however, is not limited to automotive. This section highlights some of the companies, automotive and beyond, …

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  • Motor City Redux

    By Paul A. Eisenstein Auto’s drive for a high-tech future is accelerating Detroit’s revival Drive down I-75 toward the welcoming beacon of General Motors’ Renaissance Center and you’ll likely spot another key GM facility, an aging factory that was known …

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  • Advocacy Intensifies

    Post-pandemic decisions critical to region’s future As Detroit and Michigan try to move beyond COVID-19, the stakes could not be any higher. Numerous policy and appropriations decisions will have an outsized impact on efforts to successfully accelerate our economy. From …

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  • Point of View: State Senator Ken Horn and State Representative Kyra Bolden

    Post-pandemic Michigan with Ken Horn State Senator (R – Frankenmuth) and Kyra Bolden Representative (D – Southfield) How do you think the federal funding from the American Rescue Plan can be best used in Michigan? Sen. Horn: In my role …

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