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Small talk from small businesses in metro Detroit helps other entrepreneurs succeed

Hajj Flemings

Entrepreneurs are playing a major role in Detroit’s economic recovery and its transformation.  Those small business owners are showcased on the WXYT AM radio weekly show Small Talk with Mark Lee.

This week Lee talks with several business experts and entrepreneurs who offer practical tips and resources that will help others address business challenges, next-level growth, sustainability and market trends.

Tanya Allen, owner, Forever Fresh and president, National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Detroit Chapter, has diversified her disposable briefs business and continues to expand her metro Detroit presence.

Larry Brown

Larry Brown

Larry Brown, executive director, LIFT, has recently moved his lightweight material business to Corktown.

Brand Camp University CEO Hajj Flemings works with entrepreneurs and helps them understand the importance of social media and how it impacts their personal brand.

Hajj Flemings

Haji Flemings

Paul Santer, vice president, Ann Arbor Spark, and David Snodgrass, president & CEO, of the community-based Lake Trust Credit Union, are helping Livingston County continue to grow and attract business. The Lake Trust Credit Union prides itself on its personal approach to serving its clients.

Paul Santer

Paul Santer

David Snodgrass

David Snodgrass

You can hear it all on Small Talk with Mark Lee, which streams on cbsdetroit.com. The radio show runs every Sunday on WXYT AM1270 at 8:00 am. The same day podcast is available after 3:00 pm at leegroupinnovation.com.

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