When it comes to business success, it’s pretty simple — solve people’s problems or fill a need they might not even know they have.
Today we are focused on a widespread problem that affects individuals and society as a whole: The unhealthy fast food that is feeding America’s obesity epidemic.
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This Detroit startup makes fast food local, healthy, and affordablePosted by digitalvision under Startups
From http://blog.thedetroithub.com 4481 days ago
Made Hot by: Cathode Ray Dude on December 17, 2010 10:43 pm
Diversity Is A Key To Detroit’s Future SuccessPosted by digitalvision under Human Resources
From http://blog.thedetroithub.com 4595 days ago
Made Hot by: Small Business Manifesto on August 25, 2010 4:32 pm
Diversity works. As interested business leaders, it is our role to keep diversity and inclusion at the forefront of corporate strategy conversations at a time when, due to changes in the economy, decreasing or eliminating these efforts are often a cost-cutting measure. Yet this is the time to delve deeper into the diversity and inclusion conversation so that when the economy turns, and our business models and talent look a bit different, we are poised to maximize new revenue opportunities and our human capital. Diversity works, and we were reminded this week that we must be continuously working at it Read More
Five Things The Funk Brothers Teach Us About CommunityPosted by digitalvision under Social Media
From http://portagemedia.com 4595 days ago
Made Hot by: HomeBusinessMedia on August 23, 2010 7:58 pm
And then I realized – with the numerous members – the Funk Brothers aren’t just a band – but a small community that made some of the best music in American history together. Don’t forget, there were, depending on your standard, between 13 and over 70 funk brothers. What are the lessons your community (online or off – it’s the same in my book) can take away from the Funk Brothers Read More
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