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The Industry Club: Where the young fashion forward crowd meets new business opportunities

The Industry Club: Where the young fashion forward crowd meets new business opportunities

Part trendsetter, social media expert and influencer, teens bring innate abilities and energy. It’s ingrained in their DNA. And now, thanks to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeasern Michigan (BGCSM) and its partners, talented teens will have the opporunity to marry their natural abilities with business opportuntieis in an effort aimed at building Michigan’s […]

Dope Flint brand expands in Detroit

Dope Flint brand expands in Detroit

The impact of COVID-19 has left many business owners across America in a state of uncertainty as they try to figure out how to adjust to our economy’s new normal. For Oaklin J. Mixon, founder of GoodBoy Clothing, he’s choosing to move forward and break new ground with a second store location. In conjunction with […]

Tire Project aims to get Flint residents on the road to success

Tire Project aims to get Flint residents on the road to success

Most everyone wants work to work. And with unemployment rising, it’s particularly important that those that seek work are well-qualified to fill open positions. That’s a part of the motivation behind Flint Innovative Solutions newly announced partnership with Delta Tire, which aims to help North Flint residents start a career in the automotive repair industry. […]

Returning citizens program gets critical infusion of support

Returning citizens program gets critical infusion of support

Returning home can be a bumpy process for many returning citizens. Too often times they come home to homelessness and face elevated employment, health and mental health challenges, according to M.A.D.E. Institute’s Executive Director Leon El-Alamin. Homes mean hope for many formerly incarcerated men and women “When basic needs like housing aren’t met, individuals are […]