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Upcoming Events
November Lunch Talk: Sexual violence, gendered economies, and risky subjects
November 3, 2022
Jeffries Hall 1060 @ Noon

What are the real costs of gender violence? The World Bank, WHO, and others have attempted to measure macroeconomic effects. Gender violence impacts microfinancing, lending, public budgets, and survivors' economic well-being. Drawing on select cases from India, Dr. Debotri Dhar from LSA's Department of Women's and Gender Studies, asks what we might learn about violence, vulnerability, and risk by studying rape victims’ suicides. How can we ask more nuanced questions around financial inclusion, legal challenges, and policy shifts as they pertain to sexual violence survivors and the state to empower women? Register for Dr. Dhar's talk hereThe talk will be held in-person at Jeffries Hall, Room 1060. 
RSVP by November 2
Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project News
Community Tech Workers present in
Detroit Digital Inclusion Week

From left to right: Danielle Taylor-Basemore (LSA), Casey Stoneback (Information), Diamond Hatcher, Edwin Taylor 

On October 5, the Community Tech Workers presented at the Connect 313 Digital Inclusion week conference about how they help small businesses use technology to reach more customers, work smarter, and be more efficient. They shared the free
Do It Yourself Digital Resource Guide, a tool-kit for business owners that covers everything from creating a logo to selling online. After the presentation, the Community Tech Workers completed free intake appointments with new clients. Current hot topics with the CTWs? Search engine optimization (SEO), developing marketing content, and updating websites.

Do you need a tech-savvy instructor to recommend software or teach you how to do something? Book an appointment today!

 Need marketing help?
Apply to be a DNEP client!

Are you a small business owner looking for marketing help? Do you want a deeper look into how your brand is perceived by your customers?  Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project is looking for clients to start in January 2023!  As a client, you’ll be assigned a team of U-M marketing students who will work with you over 3-4 months to research your customers and brand. At the end of the project, you’ll receive a set of marketing recommendations and work product you can immediately use. Any Detroit business that has a history of selling a product/service for 1 year or more is eligible to apply. To express interest, fill out this survey by November 18, 2022. For questions, contact Aaron Jackson at awjack@umich.edu.
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THE CENTER ON FINANCE, LAW & POLICY at the University of Michigan is an interdisciplinary research center which draws together faculty and students from more than a dozen of Michigan’s nineteen schools and colleges to work on a broad range of research projects focused on creating a financial system that is safer, fairer, and better harnessed to the real economy.

Founded in 2013 by faculty from Michigan Law SchoolMichigan Ross School of BusinessMichigan Ford School of Public Policy, and Michigan College of Engineering, the Center on Finance, Law, and Policy brings together leading scholars from a broad range of disciplines to conduct theoretical, empirical, and applied research aimed at transforming financial policy, financial regulations, financial products and services, and financial institution management.

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