Come springtime in Detroit, the city streets will be flooded with costumed revelers preparing to do what they've come to do every year in Midtown - banish the Nain Rouge.
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Watch out, Silicon Valley. Detroit is coming for your spot.
According to Business Insider, the city is emerging as a leading frontier of technology and innovation, and it's primed to beat Silicon Valley at its own game. Inc. even calls Detroit "Start-up City, USA" — a place that has everything an entrepreneur needs to start their dream company.
Does networking work? In a word, yes. The reality is, people like doing business with people they know. There's a certain amount of comfort and trust that comes from using a banker, realtor, or fill-in-the-blank that you've met in person than simply searching Google and hoping for the best.
The future site of Little Caesars Arena, dubbed The District Detroit, was recently highlighted in the Chicago Tribune. This 50-block span of sports and entertainment venues, restaurants, bars, businesses, parks and more will connect downtown and Midtown – great for hockey fans and Detroiters alike.
Trips to the big city rarely require a rental car and now the same can be said for Detroit, America's great comeback city. With the addition of the QLine and Detroit Bike Share program, The D has been deemed a spot for car-free vacations for the urban traveler by The New York Times.