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Getting your business noticed
Norm Pappas, Michelle Moten, and Jeff Sloan

Today’s show focused on the Hatch Detroit Program. Janice Tessier from Comerica Bank, Lisa Dancsok from Rock Ventures and Stephen Roginson, the 2013 Hatch Detroit Winner, share with you the secrets to getting your business noticed.

Michelle Moten from Urban Solace was in studio talking about the new wave of fitness her business is providing for Detroiters. Hear her unique business plan and so much more on this week’s StartupNation Radio.

Janice Tessier

Getting your business noticed Janice Tessier is vice president, national manager of corporate contributions at Comerica Bank and president of the Comerica Charitable Foundation, a position she has held since June 2011. In this role, she is responsible for developing, coordinating, monitoring and managing corporate contributions programs, processes and associated activities nationally.

Lisa Dancsok

Getting your business noticed Lisa Dancsok is the vice president of Rock Ventures LLC, an umbrella entity formed to provide operational coordination, guidance, and integration to Dan Gilbert’s portfolio of companies and investments.

Dancsok is responsible for Gilbert’s “Opportunity Detroit” initiative, which aims to attract businesses, residents, and visitors to Detroit by showcasing the city’s exciting present and promising future. Dancsok is focused on marketing, communications, community relations and philanthropy for the Rock Ventures Family of Companies.

Michelle Moten

As a native Detroiter, Michelle is dedicated to making wellness programs accessible to her community through local partnerships and corporate initiatives. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine and a Master of Science degree in Health Education – both from Eastern Michigan University, where she also serves as adjunct faculty in the school of Health Promotion and Human Performance. Michelle’s professional experience includes sport-specific training and working with patients in cardiac rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, and cancer treatment recovery.

Getting your business noticed can be difficult at times, but apply the strategies you’ve learned from today’s show to improve your company’s visibility!

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