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Marketplace & Executive Intelligence

In-depth knowledge of the Metro Detroit economic marketplace is critical for executives with the desire to compete and win. This is true for incoming executives or for those already here.

Most relocation, consulting and other organizations, however, will seek to help you understand the lifestyle, cultural, entertainment, sports/recreation, education and other quality of life resources found in Metro Detroit. Many do it well. So do we.

But at Great Lakes Relocation, we believe knowledge of the economic marketplace and its leadership is what will contribute to success in the business environment.

Our approach is two-fold:

A comprehensive, economic development orientation on the Metro Detroit economic marketplace which includes the following elements:

Profiles of Major Corporations Auto Suppliers
Trends in the Economy Demographic Make-up/Trends
Competitiveness (vis-a-vis other regions/states) Workforce
Manufacturing and Service Sectors Technology Investments/Activity
Health Care Facilities/Investments Education
Markets Served (domestic/export) Energy
Major New Projects/Investments Quality of Life Issues
Transportation (air, roads, rail, water) Political and Business Leadership
Economic Impact of the Arts/Entertainment Profile of Windsor, Ontario

Some of the key questions answered will be:

  • What are Metro Detroit's economic strengths and weaknesses?
  • Who are the business and political leaders who make a difference?
  • What are the ingredients which make Metro Detroit an economic powerhouse?
  • How has the region's economic identity changed over the past 30 years?
  • What are the prospects for the future?
  • Where should an executive spend his or her time outside of the workplace to interact with other top executives?

A business-focused tour of the region which takes an on-site look at area technology and industrial parks, medical centers, automotive facilities, sites for new and proposed projects, and other strengths of the economic marketplace.

    • The briefing and tour can be provided as a package or as a separate service.
    • Area political and business experts are focused in the program.
    • Briefing books and materials provided.
    • Allow three hours for the briefing and three to four hours for the tour.
    • Breakfast and/or lunch provided.