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Novi

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The City of Novi enjoys a solid reputation for quality planning and growth in an ideal location. These have propelled Novi to become a leader in region-wide business opportunities.  A host to more than 35 Japanese-based firms and more than 14 German-based organizations, it is natural that businesses such as Alcan, Sumitomo Bakelite, Novi Energy, and the ITC Transmission Company choose Novi.

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A Double Life: Ara Topouzian

Ara Topouzian, Economic Development Director for the City of Novi, didn’t start his career in urban planning in quite the way you might expect. In fact, his whole career working with city governments and chambers of commerce began out of something different entirely: his other career as an Armenian musician and record producer.

The Big Salad Aims To Get Bigger

John and Elizabeth Bornoty are on a mission: To change people's opinions about salad. And it seems to be working. As the founders and owners of Grosse Pointe Woods' The Big Salad, the couple is building a fast-growing franchise that puts produce front and center as a healthy meal.

Detroit, One Invention at a Time

This point cannot be labored enough: The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office affirmed Detroit's growing manufacturing and knowledge economy by opening its first-ever satellite location in Detroit. Metromode examines the U.S.P.T.O's activities in the region, and what its presence means for the area's economy.

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Social Media Pioneer: Founder of Shazaaam began Internet outreach back in 1989

As president and CEO of Shazaaam!, Adrienne Lenhoff has been performing marvels in the world of communications, using her PR and marketing savvy and innovative ideas to achieve national recognition, a bevy of awards, 30 clients — and billings of more than $3 million a year.
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