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National Beverage Manufacturer to build state-of-the-art facility in Detroit Region’s Shelby Township
The Detroit Regional Partnership (DRP) applauds the announcement that Niagara Bottling, a leading beverage manufacturer, is slated to build a new facility in Shelby Township, its first in Michigan. The expansion is expected to generate a total capital investment of over $100 million and at least 50 jobs.
Majorel Group Luxembourg S.A. (“Majorel”, the ‘’Company”), a leading global provider of next-generation end-to-end customer experience (CX) solutions for digital-native and vertical leading brands, today announced it has selected 211 West Fort near the Campus Martius Park area as the location for its downtown Detroit office.
Detroit Regional Partnership touts importance of increased investment and support for strategic outreach and attraction reserve
Today, Detroit Regional Partnership President and Chief Executive Officer Maureen Donohue Krauss released the following statement after providing testimony virtually to the Senate Committee on Economic and Small Business Development on Senate bills 981-983. The legislation would capture income taxes at Strategic Outreach and Attraction Reserve (SOAR) sites to ultimately provide a revolving loan fund to secure future projects and drive job economic growth in Michigan.
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Michigan has strong corporate leaders, but Gerry Anderson stands out among them as one of the very best. His career and accomplishments at DTE for nearly 30 years speak for themselves. He’s served as a transformational leader at the company and rallied the regional business community around a vision for how to build a more prosperous Detroit Region.
Detroit Regional Partnership is seeking diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging consulting and inclusive design process development related to the Build Back Better Regional Challenge.
Today, the Detroit Regional Partnership applauded the Michigan Legislature for passing legislation that provides $1.4 billion to support job-creation incentives and provide support for small business. Featured image from stock.
Reflecting on the past year, I think back to a technician with autism who had unsuccessfully applied for 800 jobs despite his college degree and impeccable credentials. It reminded me of how our team worked with the Autism Alliance of Michigan to help him apply and land a good job with a global automotive firm retooling its plant. Working with partners we helped the company hire for more than 675 jobs in one of our cities after accessing often overlooked talent pools.
One of Chicago’s fastest growing companies and the nation’s largest Black-owned security firm – AGB Investigative Services – has opened its first Michigan operations in the Detroit Region. It has started recruiting and hiring in the area as it looks to expand its footprint to meet growing demand for security services while offering career pathways to underrepresented communities.
The Detroit Region is a place that truly embodies the spirit of entrepreneurship. As the CEO of the Detroit Regional Partnership, I see firsthand how multinational companies approach site selection—and why the Detroit Region consistently ranks as a top destination for global businesses. Of course, every company’s needs are unique, but in my experience, these are the six core reasons that CEOs prefer the Detroit Region over other major metros.