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With a suddenly booming startup scene and an inflow of young talent, many insiders see Detroit as the new frontier for entrepreneurship.
“If you walked around downtown Detroit two years ago, you would have been the only person there,” says Matt Mosher, founder of hiredMYway, an online resource for job seekers. “Today, it feels like a totally different country. People are everywhere, shops and restaurants are everywhere and startups are popping up every day.
“Earlier this year, I was looking for an apartment and got into a bidding war with another tenant. It’s crazy exciting here right now.”
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You can’t underestimate the importance of having passion. Being an entrepreneur takes you on a roller coaster of emotions and you need passion to get through.
People ask us if we are growing too fast, but if you don’t grow you die. Growth is a necessity to growing a great restaurant company. Growth is imperative to our success and sustainability.