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The University of Michigan's Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project is hosting its first Small Business Showcase. More than 120 small businesses throughout the Detroit area have worked with University of Michigan students since the DNEP accelerator was launched in 2016. Meet some of the 30 Detroit small business owners who are working with University of Michigan marketing, communications, law, design, and accounting students this fall -- and a few of our superstar alumni businesses, too! The showcase will be set up farmer's market style, with light hors d'oeuvres. Admission is free. Network with Detroit small businesses. Learn more about Detroit's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Learn how you can be part of Detroit's renaissance. Hosted by the U-M Center on Finance, Law & Policy. Co-sponsored by the U-M Detroit Center, Zell Lurie Institute, Michigan Ross' Business+Impact, and the Ford School's Program in Practical Policy Engagement. Learn more at . Please REGISTER HERE. NOTE: Student volunteers are needed to help businesses check in & get set up! Email Justin Erickson at if you can help!
2019 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm