The Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium is a one-of-a-kind conference that assembles entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and their allies from academia, government, and community organizations.
In one of the most comprehensive works yet written on the history of inequality and metropolitan development in modern America, author Andrew R. Highsmith uses the case of Flint to explain how the perennial quest for urban renewal contributed to
#UES2016 brings business innovators, academics and community leaders together to solve urban problems using for-profit business solutions Detroit –Sept. 8, 2016 –The Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative is pleased to announce the details of two new business challenge competitions in
Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon and University of Detroit Mercy President Antoine Garibaldi to discuss universities’ role in urban innovation at Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium 2015 in Detroit Oct. 23 Media Contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; firstname.lastname@example.org Detroit, Mich. – Oct.
Guests from Detroit community development organizations gave guest presentations at U-M ENTR 490.012 Urban Entrepreneurship class.