Lucid Motors recently announced it will be expanding to the Detroit Region for its new new engineering hub.
Vice President of Mobility and Research at The Detroit Regional Partnership Bernard Swiecki discusses mobility in the Detroit Region in 2024.
Behind the Deal: Fortescue Plans to Invest up to $232.2 Million and Create 600 Jobs with New Detroit Advanced Manufacturing Center
Fortescue announced its first U.S. advanced manufacturing center is coming to the City of Detroit, a $232.2 million investment.
The Detroit Regional Partnership Applauds Governor’s Call for an R & D Tax Credit to Spur Economic Development
The Detroit Regional Partnership released the following statement in response to Governor Whitmer’s call for an R & D tax credit to drive innovation.
DRP created snapshot report of prominent industry developments in the Detroit Region, which are helping shape the economic landscape.
The Detroit Regional Partnership thanks the 22 companies that chose to expand their operations in the Detroit Region in 2023
The DRP hosted an investor holiday mingle on December 6 at the Godfrey Hotel to celebrate the successes of 2023
Detroit was featured in Conde Nast Traveler as one of the top places to travel in North America and the Caribbean.
It’s All in the Numbers: Top Seven Impacts of the Detroit Regional Partnership’s Economic Initiatives
DRP whitepaper breaks down the top seven economic impacts that the organization has contributed to from 2020 to 2022.
The Detroit Regional Partnership Appoints Jeannine Gant as Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Officer for the Global Epicenter of Mobility (GEM)
The Detroit Regional Partnership today announced the appointment of Jeannine Gant as the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Officer for its Global Epicenter of Mobility (GEM) program.
Nel Hydrogen to Build Gigafactory in Plymouth Township, Bringing 517 Jobs and $400 Million Investment to Michigan
Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Norwegian hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen has chosen Plymouth Charter Township as the location for its new automated gigafactory for production of electrolyzer technology for green hydrogen production.
Global Epicenter of Mobility partners and sub-awardees share updates on their projects for the GEM September newsletter.
The DRP Business Development team traveled internationally and domestically this September. The team visited Japan, Germany, and Texas.
Maureen Donohue Krauss Receives Fellow Member (FM) Status from the International Economic Development Council
DRP President & CEO Maureen Donohue Krauss was awarded Fellow Member (FM) status for her excellence in economic development from the IEDC.
‘This is where the action is’ Global mobility executives discuss Detroit’s unique innovation ecosystem
DRP moderated a panel at the Detroit Auto Show that featured leading mobility executives from TUV SUD, Quantron, and WAE
DRP welcomed our investors to Huntington Tower in downtown Detroit on Wednesday, August 9 for a happy hour. Thank you to our board member Gary Torgow for offering the space at Huntington Tower to host our happy hour, and thank you to everyone who attended! Photos by...
Shannon Selby, VP of Real Estate at DRP, talks about why Brownfield sites are crucial to a successful site readiness program.
Angela Ladetto, DRP Senior Vice President of Marketing & Business Intelligence, Elected Board Chair for the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER)
Angela Ladetto, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Business Intelligence for the Detroit Regional Partnership (DRP) was elected as the chair of the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER)
DRP hosted our Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 20, 2023 at the Shinola Hotel. We had a wonderful time celebrating the successes of 2022 and discussing how DRP and our partners can continue to promote, grow, and market the Detroit Region.
Gov. Whitmer Announces Michigan Wins More than 500 Jobs, Up to $400 Million Investment from Norway’s Nel Hydrogen
Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that Norwegian hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen is establishing an automated gigawatt electrolyzer manufacturing facility in Michigan. The project is expected to generate a total capital investment of up to $400 million and create more than 500 good-paying clean energy manufacturing jobs that build on Michigan’s leadership in the hydrogen space.