SBAM featured on Detroit Public Radio show: “Climate Change – Is Detroit open For Business?”
October 12, 2009
“Climate Change – Is Detroit open For Business?” is a four-part series on WDET Detroit Public Radio that explores the small business climate in Detroit during the election season. Last week’s installment featured SBAM’s Vice President Communications Michael Rogers and other guests. Click here to listen to the recorded program.
The program was moderated by Bankole Thompson of the Michigan Chronicle. Other guests were Austin Black, the president and a founding member of City Living Detroit, a non-profit that promotes living in the city; Claire Nelson, small business owner and co-founder of Open City, a forum for small business owners in Detroit; and Frank Taylor, the CEO of the Frank Taylor Restaurant Group. His restaurants include Seldom Blues, Detroit’s Breakfast House & Grill and the Detroit Fish Market.
The other three parts of the series will air Wednesdays at noon on WDET-FM 101.9.