Showing posts from September, 2018

Networking For Detroiters Outside The City

Exclusively for blog readers. networkers are soliciting our Detroiters that travel and move to other places. The networkers want travelers to share their 1st party experiences for the awareness of other Detroiters. We’ve all learned that the claimed experiences of those with the first-hand knowledge can be an asset to our public education. When you or I shed light on what oftentimes goes unreported or unknown we pay forward some help to others. When that input is managed with best practices it becomes a spreading of empowerment for the average person.

Upbeat At Accountability Counts LLC

N'Kenge Robertson is the founder of Peace Plan & Positivity Products and Senior Partner of Accountability Counts LLC. The latter company provides mentoring services for information handling. The company’s business model is based on finding and improving techniques for transferring accurate 1st party claims. Funding for the business model is raised through an assortment of products and services designed by herself and associates. N'Kenge was an honor roll graduate of Detroit’s Cass Tech High-school class of 2015. She and 4 independent associates also provide assistance with collecting 1st party claims for advocacy groups and private firms. N'Kenge said she hopes to guide her side business in to other areas with a steadier ROI on investment. She graduates from Michigan State University School of Education in 2019 and hopes to level up the menu of offers for the side business.

Why A Homemade Trash Site Operated By Detroit Land Bank?

This commercial property mess on Intervale street came to the city by way of federal seizure and unethical land contracting. Now it’s become a burgeoning trash dump for all who know its there. For some it’s a place to dump for others it’s a dump to see every day as a greeting. Over the years the neglected trash piles from both the illegally dumped and the city allowed dumping has punished area businesses. Some say it’s not much chance for a clean-up with the area councilman fighting corruption allegations. Community shareholders have started networking to search for suggestions to address the problem. The abutting property owner (Pioneer Steel) has detailed the effects on his business value as he plans to retire. Another points to the difficulty to lease space at market value because of the esthetic impact the "Intervale Trash pile". Whats to be done is the question of the hour?

Stop Bad Customer Experiences In Detroit Protest Tours

Get on the shuttle or caravan with the group and go from business to business to protest and remind businesses of the vital role of good customer service. Some detroiters are asking for a unified response to businesses that abuse. Its time for a policy set for business establishments that invite the public to trade. Transparent policies for handling customer complaints, panhandling, loitering and emergency aid are being demanded. For more information contact us at