Vectorform has been hard at work with the Mayor of Detroit and a team of incredibly talented experts to deliver resources for SMBs to reopen and rebuild in the new reality of COVID-19. Detroit Means Business provides small businesses access to essential tools to prepare them to operate safely and successfully, with a range of financial, technical and safety resources.
Our first office in Detroit was at 1456 Woodward (at John R, above Oslo sushi), back in the early 2000s. In the early years of Vectorform, we worked with small and medium-sized businesses on executing a digital product strategy to help grow their presence. In February 2020, Vectorform started a new lease in the historic GAR Building, to accompany our existing local office in Royal Oak. While our team is working remotely at this time, we’re preparing to reopen our physical locations in a safe and new way for our employees, partners, and local clients.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been hard at work with the Mayor of Detroit and a team of incredibly talented experts, to deliver resources for SMBs to navigate these new waters. The site helps businesses access PPE, financial resources, and expert guidance. We’re honored to do our part in supporting this effort, and extend our gratitude to all of the coalition members that have made this remarkable resource for our community.
We’ve seen this city evolve and grow these past 20 years, and we’re confident in our local economy’s resiliency and adaptability to the challenges of 2020.
Jason & Kurt
Detroit Means Business – Official Press Release