From scrubbing floors and fitness equipment to managing the day-to-day operations of big-box clubs, Dean Mitchell has held pretty much every job in his career as a health and wellness expert. Now, he’s added a new title: author. The owner of one of Downtown Northville’s successful fitness businesses, Mitchell Fitness Solutions in downtown Northville, recently […]
When you walk into Detroit’s Build Institute, one of the first faces that greets you is April Boyle, the executive director and all-around cheerleader for the small-business accelerator. For the past five years, Boyle and her capable staff have helped hundreds of people get their start in Detroit. Now, the well-respected idea activator is celebrating […]
Daniela Rodriguez, MD PLC, is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon in St Clair Shores, MI. As a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), she’s great at what she does, but that’s not her only talent. Daniela is a decorated horse jumper and has been since her early childhood. She trains at the Bayside […]
Industry recognition for your business is essential to both public perception of your goods and services as well as internal satisfaction of a job well done. That is why Samaritas is celebrating an award given to one of its subsidiaries on behalf of its home-care division. Home Care Assistance of West Michigan, a part of […]
The Silverton Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada hosted a Team Member Talent Show on Wednesday, March 8th. The show gives team members a chance show off their hidden talents among comedians, artists and singers.
Van Nguyen, an employee at Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC), works hard during the day, but her true passion comes alive after hours. Nguyen loves to sing her heart out! She’s good at it, too. Really good. Watch and listen below!
Barbara J. Mahone is an expert on hiring, firing and employee relationships. She has observed the automotive industry rise, fall and rise again. She understands how business works and how people fit into an organization at every level. Those are among the reasons why Mahone was the keynote speaker for Walsh College’s 108th Commencement ceremony […]
If you like a challenge, consider this one: Could you work for 52 years for a single company and never take a sick day? That challenge was established by Mansfield Plumbing employee Ron Kline, who marked 52 years of service with the company – that’s 18,980 days for those of you counting – with a […]
From the time she could stand in her crib, Patricia Terry-Ross loved to sing, dance and make music. Then, when she was in high school, she met the harp and a lifelong partnership was born. Her prestigious career, musical talents and community spirit were recently recognized by The Kresge Foundation when they named musician and […]
Download Food Fight Fix on the App Store or Google Play. Have you ever played the restaurant game? It’s Friday, and your significant other asks you: “Where should we eat?” You spend an hour running through a list of restaurants, only to decide nothing. Royal Oak-based, Alchemy, launched Food Fight Fix to solve this […]
You’ve got to love a company mission statement like the one that Kelly’s Karamels uses: “Create sweet moments for all our patrons, one caramel at a time.” That commitment to its customers is one reason Kelly’s Karamels is a local favorite. But the Troy-based business wanted to grow, and it has done that and then […]
What happens when you mix people who are experts in their writing and teaching professions with Detroit schools? Something truly amazing, and now the InsideOut Literary Arts Project has a new leader to continue its success. The InsideOut Literary Arts Project (iO) recently announced that Suma Karaman Rosen has been selected as the organization’s new […]
Starting over with a new career – even if the decision to move on from your long-time job was yours – can be challenging to say the least. But, as one local entrepreneur is finding, it also can hold a certain level of excitement. Jennette Smith, most recently the Editor of Crain’s Detroit Business, has […]
When Phil Rodriguez approached his uncle about purchasing the family catering business, the conversation focused more on the Golden Rule than advertising or accounting. That’s because founder Chico Rodriguez wanted to know one thing before he agreed to turn over Rose Catering Inc. to the next generation, Phil Rodriguez remembers. Uncle Chico wanted to know: […]
There’s one thing you cannot have enough of in general – Thanksgiving dinners, good times with co-workers and good causes. Years ago, the staff at Grand Rapids-based law firm Mika Meyers started a tradition where the firm would have a pre-Thanksgiving celebration. Now, this was no ordinary get-together in the office kitchen. It had a […]
Ursula Adams and Andrea Clegg Corp like to tell the story of how they met and started their new business, SheHive, as something of a comic scene. “Two blondes walk into a coffee shop…” When they met, they realized just how much they had in common in terms of wanting to motivate people, specifically female entrepreneurs, […]
Paul Vachon wanted at one time to be a priest, but life and his poet’s soul took him in another direction as a writer and communicator. And, like most of us, he loves a good bite to eat. That is why his latest book via The History Press is a must-read. “Lost Restaurants of Detroit” […]
Finding time to set goals – for the short and long term – can be challenging. But studies show having a vision helps you achieve your personal and professional goals. That is where VizBe offers a solution. VizBe is the brainchild of Natalia Petraszczuk, who created VisionBoards.co, a Web app and social networking platform for […]
It could be said that 2016 is the Year of the Woman – our first female Presidential candidate; women topping the Best Sellers list; women gaining new ground in the business world. Maybe that is why the Michigan Women’s Foundation (MWF), a non-profit organization that for 30 years has been working to achieve social and […]
Bailey Sisoy Isgro has done a bit of everything in her life: Worked the clay for a major automaker, helped out a friend who needed an impromptu tour of Detroit, jumped behind the bar at many of her family’s homes and bars. But her newest role – that of proprietress of Detroit History Tours and […]
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