Motor City Connect Moves Monthly Meet-Up To Ferndale Co-Working Space

Motor City Connect Moves Monthly Meet-Up To Ferndale Co-Working Space

FERNDALE – Motor City Connect has been hosting its monthly mixers at BD’s in Royal Oak for years. On June 26, founder Terry Bean moves his feast to Ferndale to a new co-working space at 1200 Woodward Heights. No more parking tickets, stir fry or dark back rooms…at least for June.

“While I love me some BDs, I’ve been looking for a spot on the South side of 696 for years. I found it,” Bean said. “And not only are we moving the lunch there, it looks like we will be making it a true home for MCC.”

Terry Bean 

On Tuesday June 26 Bean will host his first lunch there. It will be catered and have a few choices. It will require an RSVP AND payment in advance. He’ll be sharing menu choices and the payment gateway next week.

The June topic will be consistency and persistence…two things you need to grow your business. Hit up MCC’s Facebook Event Page for the most up to date info.

Bean also is marketing the location as a co-working space. Rates for an open desk begin at about $150 a month and a totally private office will be under $700. Check out the video.

Bean also talks about TEDxDetroit in September.

It is back and bigger and badder than ever, he said. “Of course it is…this is year 10, baby. Application for being on stage deadline is fast approaching (July 1). Sponsorship opportunities are still available and there is still time to get a ticket.  

“Oh and if you know a high school teacher or administrator who would like to bring 5 good students to the event, they can register for a scholarship HERE.”

To listen to Bean tell all in this M2 TechCast podcast, click on https://soundcloud.com/internet-advisor-755109612/m2-techcast-episode-129-terry-bean-motor-city-connect

 

By | 2018-06-15T16:51:34+00:00 June 15th, 2018|Featured, M2 TechCast, Podcasts|

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