October 23, 2016

New Michigan Media

New Michigan Media, NMM, is a network of ethnic and minority media in the State of Michigan who first came together in 2006 under the direction of Professor Hayg Oshagan, director of NMM, at Wayne State University's Department of Communication. The NMM network works to represent the 100+ ethnic and minority media outlets in Michigan, which represent hundreds of thousands of readers, viewers and listeners in the Michigan media market.
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Latino Press President, NMM on WXYZ-TV Detroit 20/20

Latino Press President Elias Gutierrez and New Michigan Media Founding Director Hayg Oshagan will speak with Carolyn Clifford about ethnic media on WXYZ-TV Detroit 20/20, Sept. 8 at 5 pm.

Giving Hope to Detroiters - Kwang Jin America

Kwang Jin America is a company manufacturing window regulators, door modules and other components.  It has an assembly line in Sterling Heights, Michigan and employs about 100 Detroiters.  Kwang Jin America is a well-known company that has created special training programs and takes great care of its employees. Constant communication and strong management skills have overcome cultural and language barriers between Korean managers and American workers.  Kwang Jin America's approach is exemplified in its "Human Touch" program toward its employees, part of a tradition from its mother company in Korea, Kwang Jin Korea.  The company plays a prominent leadership role for the 70 Korean companies in Michigan.

Detroit native artistically serving Southwest community

It is no surprise that Jessica Hernandez has made a successful career in music and in business. She's a young talented member of a new generation of the Hernandez family, who are highly recognized within the Hispanic community for their different businesses and continuous involvement in the development of the Southwest Detroit community. 

Brothers find success with Detroit Institute of Bagels

There are a few food items that are as identifiably "made in Detroit" as the horseless carriage, seven-layer cake, Coney Island hotdogs and a certain extra-fizzy ginger ale among them. Then there are bagels.

This is the Best Time to be an Entrepreneur

In an economy as tough as Michigan's, where job losses have been increasing, the conventional narrative is that it is difficult to do business here because people are struggling to make ends meet.But that is not what one Detroit entrepreneur believes. Hot Sams is a men's clothing store housed at the Compuware building in downtown Detroit.

Wasabi owner gives Detroit another try after fifteen years

Wasabi owner Chul-Woong Kang spent five miserable years working in Detroit-based Korean businesses in the mid-1990s. Fifteen years later, after vowing never to return, he is back in the city, not far from where he used to live near Wayne State campus. This time, he is his own boss, and doing exactly what he loves - making customers happy. Even if it means tracking them down on Yelp. 

Chez Zara sets its European style presence in downtown Detroit

When driving down Woodward Ave in downtown Detroit it might be easy to miss the little coffee shop on the corner of State St. named Chez Zara, but for the Detroiters who work in the area every day, this French style shop located inside of the Kresge Building has gradually become a favorite hot spot since opening its doors in early 2010.

Nurse turns shaping personalized health care into successful business

Pam Feinberg helps patients access medical, social and practical care necessary to live as healthy and independently as possible.  The Jewish News highlights Feinberg and her successful health consulting business, Feinberg Consulting.

Environmental passion leads to successful business

Unlimited Recycling, Inc., founder Maria Marin-McInturf is a successful business owner committed to her mission.  Her company is a “One-Stop-Shop” specializing in waste management and recycling services for universal, industrial, hazardous and non-hazardous waste.  The high demand and awareness in waste reduction and universal recycling has given the company an opportunity to expand services into the solid waste industry, and now offer dumpster rental and roll-off services.

The NMM Conference this year is focused on the role of immigrants and immigration in the State and regional economy. This is Governor Snyder's first major speech on immigration and Michigan.

The conference will feature policy & business leaders including former Compuware CEO Peter Karmanos Jr., Detroit City Councilman Ken Cockrell Jr., & WSU President Allan Gilmour, & NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg (via live video link).

The conference is free.

Register at following address: https://specialevents.wayne.edu/nmmsummer11conf

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