Comerica Hatch Detroit

Vote For the Comerica Hatch Detroit Final Four! [Radio]

The Comerica Hatch Detroit contest is looking to invest in the next independent retail storefront in Detroit, Highland Park or Hamtramck, and they need your vote for which business takes home the grand prize!

On this edition of StartupNation Radio, join Jeff and Vittoria Katanski, executive director of Hatch Detroit, along with special co-host Linda Forte, senior VP of business affairs and chief diversity officer of Comerica Bank, to hear the final four business owners vie for your vote for for $250,000 in cash and services to jumpstart their business.

Comerica Hatch Detroit final four

Meta Physica Wellness Center
(Meta Physica Wellness Center)

Meta Physica Wellness Center was established in 2013 by Jenaveve Biernat LMT with the belief that self care is a necessity, not a luxury. The mission of Meta Physica Wellness Center is to bring affordable, preventative health care to every BODY. Originally located in Midtown Detroit, Meta Physica has outgrown its one room studio.

Coriander Kitchen & Farm
(Coriander Kitchen and Farm)

Coriander Kitchen and Farm gives its very best to those things it holds dear. Alison Heeres and Gwen Meyer, founders of Coriander Kitchen and Farm, truly value healthy, sustainable, good food. This is why they started an urban farm and catering business that they hope blooms into a brick and mortar location.

Corbe
(Corbe)

Corbé is a ceramic design and manufacturing studio located in the North End of Detroit. The shop handcrafts porcelain wares that are simple and useful, built for the modern home and table. Balancing the precision of technology with warmth of hand, the ceramic wares are inspired by mid-century design, traditional craft and small-scale, American manufacture.

Bird Bee
(Bird Bee)

Bird Bee is a lifestyle clothing boutique offering a mix of modern bohemian, vintage inspired and contemporary clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories. Bird Bee has been operating as a pop-up shop and online retailer since November 2015. The vision for the business was to bring a little bit of the West Coast to the city of Detroit.

Vote for your favorite in the Comerica Hatch Detroit contest from now until noon on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016!

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