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Image of Jermaine Branner
March 1, 2021
After leaving prison with a new mindset, Jermaine Branner opened his dream gym with the help of CEED Lending, and continues to support the Pontiac community in various ways.
Sweet Thoughts
February 11, 2021
Sweet Thoughts was founded by Award-Winning Chocolatier Lesa Walker. She is known for her visually striking hand painted chocolate art pieces.. Lesa combines her background In Fine Arts and Baking with her love for chocolate and passion to execute beautiful edible art. Help us support this WBE.
Carissa Serylo
February 4, 2021
SprayChic has been offering custom airbrush spray tanning exclusively since it was established in 2008. Many people are unfamiliar with what airbrush tanning is exactly. So first off, it is UV-Free sunless tanning which translates as a natural-looking tan with instant gratification.
Guy Pelino photo
February 2, 2021
Chef Guy Pelino decided to revitalize the property and continue the tradition of Roma Cafe, and re-open as Amore da Roma. See how CEED Lending and Great Lakes WBC helped him.
Catherine Koch
February 1, 2021
Learn about how Catherine (Cathy) Koch leaned on the Great Lakes WBC network during the pandemic, and with support and resilience pivoted her business to overcome the economic turbulence.
February 1, 2021
We asked Tiffany Cartwright what being certified Woman-Owned meant to her and her business. Hear her incredible story and how she leveraged her certification to take her once hobby to a successful business.
January 20, 2021
“Making Meaningful Connections During COVID-19,” a Livestream featuring Pure Michigan Business Connect (MEDC) Executive Director Bobby Chasnis and Great Lakes Women’s Business Council Executive Director Michelle Richards. Bobby and Michelle will discuss challenges businesses have faced during the pandemic and how the two organizations have partnered to provide support.
Haith Johnson headshot
December 17, 2020
MentorWe have assisted my business to grow in the right direction. I have so much more confidence and making crucial decisions for my business being a part of this program it is a safe place to grow and be vulnerable with other business owners as they lean their expertise and suggestions truly is priceless.
Carol Kirland photo
December 16, 2020
Carol is past President of the National Association of Women Business Owners Greater Detroit Chapter and President of NAWBO/EXCEL a 501C3 that oversees three programs, NAWBO-U, GirlBiz and Athena PowerLinks,