Consensus building often takes the steam out of good projects. We move lightning fast and can get everyone on board before those just looking to make noise get a chance to prevent progress.
The resulting solutions we co-create with the community are inexpensive, easy to implement and understand, and attract participation.
We create engaging communications and facilitate collaborative meetings and events that get people excited about taking part in a better community.
We document our process, meetings and events to inform and educate funders, stakeholders, and the people our clients serve by spreading stories that engage partners and leverage additional capital.
The people actively trying to climb the socioeconomic ladder best understand what stands in their way. We interview those affected at each stage to identify the best opportunities to increase measured impact.
We’re your dedicated project manager. We contract with all the necessary specialists and advocates to deliver as promised, keeping you informed and involved every step of the way.
Bizdom is an entrepreneurship accelerator that helps entrepreneurs launch, fund, and grow innovative, tech-based startups in Detroit and Cleveland.
A former Wayne County Prosecutor and ex-CEO of the Detroit Medical Center, Mike Duggan was voted Mayor of the city of Detroit in a record-breaking election on November 5, 2013.
The Department of Alternative is a dedicated planning and deployment space for Detroit-based entrepreneurs working full time on alternative, market proven solutions to civic and social issues that affect our community.
Detroit SOUP was founded in the Mexicantown neighborhood of Detroit in February 2010 by Kate Daughdrill and Jessica Hernandez. Now run by Amy Kaherl, SOUP just celebrated it’s 3 Year Anniversary.
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