SATURDAY, FEB. 22
Saturday Market and Free Open Coworking downtown
We’re celebrating Black History Month and participating in the Detroit Black Business Crawl with a Saturday Market. We’ve got space for makers, creators and vendors to showcase creative, unique home accessories, clothing, and gifts in our 9th floor event space. Apply for a spot today! Vendors will be notified by email or phone call.
(Interested food vendors, email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
We’ll also have free open coworking. Reserve your seat, and bring your ticket. Drop in at a desk, the work bar or work café to work for the day, and network and collaborate with Detroit’s urban innovators, professionals and entrepreneurs.
TUESDAYS, FEB. 25
Lunch & Learn with Allegian: Safe Stylish & Accessible – Solving Design Challenges with Interior Sliding Door
1 HSW Continuing Education Hour
Allegion helps keep people safe and secure where they live work and visit. They specialize in security around the doorway and adjacent area: everything from residential locks and portable security to commercial locks, exit devices, openers and closers, electronic access control and workforce productivity solutions.
This course discusses how once basic interior sliding doors systems have evolved into a sophisticated solution for a range of commercial spaces with their ability to attenuate sound, improve wayfinding, comply with ADA requirements and defend against fire. Read more >>>
THURSDAY, MAR. 3
Urban Land Institute Michigan’s Women’s Leadership Initiative BUILD UP Breakfast Club 2020 Series
BUILD UP Breakfast Clubs bring together small groups of women to build lasting relationships, engage meaningfully with women working in their field, and build strong
networks within their region. BUILD UP Breakfast Clubs meet quarterly with content provided by WLI,
March Speaker: Ilana Preuss, Founder and CEO, Recast City
Recast City LLC, a consulting firm that works with real estate developers, city and other civic leaders to integrate space for small-scale producers into redevelopment projects and place-based economic development. She co-authored Made in PLACE: Small-scale manufacturing and placemaking, and she is an experienced speaker. See her presentations “The Coming Revolution: Small-Scale Urban Industrial Development” at Meeting of the Minds 2014 in Detroit, and her TEDx presentation, “The Economic Power of Great Places.”
Cost for the full year of programming (4 quarterly sessions): $25 for ULI members, $50 for non-members.
THURSDAY, MAR. 5
Free for SpaceLab Members
Gather in the community kitchen on first Thursdays to Celebrate the Win – new clients, new business, birthdays, good press – accomplishments and milestones big and small. Running a business isn’t easy. Celebrate every win.
THURSday, MAR. 5
Urban Innovators Reception
If you are thinking about, planning, or executing a business venture that is designed to improve the quality of life in the Detroit community, we want to hear from you! You’re invited to attend a special reception to share your perspective and to meet and network with others who share your passion for the city. Some questions we will consider and discuss during the reception:
- What key Detroit community needs can be effectively addressed by entrepreneurial ventures?
- What community need are you and/or your organization attempting to address?
- How do you feel about the recent announcement of a Detroit-based “innovation center” to be produced by University of Michigan? What community needs would you like to see addressed by such an organization?
You will need a ticket to attend this event.
Free. Refreshments served