1. The Urban Innovation Exchange: Amy Kaherl, Detroit SOUP


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    Get connected: http://UIXDetroit.com A film by DETROIT LIVES!: http://detroitlives.com Music: "When The Sunshine Comes - Instrumental" by Kero One

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    • Michigan Marketing Minds - June 10, 2014 - Making Marketing Work for Your Nonprofit


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      We will be sharing our marketing realities, based on our experience working for and with smaller nonprofits. Candidly sharing subjects like how we deal with seemingly unlimited marketing choices, with absolutely limited budgets and resources. To how we decide which marketing efforts we manage ourselves, and when and how we decide to get outside help. And much more!

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      • Ask Dr. Nandi Detroit Rising Series Episode 1


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        We are excited to share the first of several 30 minute episodes in the Ask Dr Nandi Detroit Rising Series which were filmed during North American Bike week hosted by Jason Hall and Mike MacKool of Detroit Bike City. The Detroit Rising series focuses on Detroiters that are contributing to the rebirth of our great city. This episode highlights 3 AMAZING women, Veronika Scott from The Empowerment Plan, Kyle Smitley of Detroit Achievement Academy and Amy Kaherl of Detroit Soup.

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        • Detroit Soup


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          • Collaboratives Cities: Amy Kaherl (Trailer)


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            Soundtrack: "Love is Love" by Cute Gangsta Crew

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            • Kate Daughdrill at Compostmodern '11


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              Kate Daughdrill is a Detroit-based artist who works near the intersection of art and community. She creates sculptures, installations, environments, gatherings, performances, and publications that invite community engagement and often provoke unexpected conversations and relationships. She currently organizes Detroit SOUP, a monthly dinner funding micro-grants for creative projects in Detroit. Learn more at http://www.Compostmodern.org

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              • Warren SOUP


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                Warren SOUP is a micro-granting dinner celebrating creative projects in Warren. For $5 you receive soup, salad, bread, and a vote. You will hear from four presentations ranging from art, urban agriculture, social justice, social entrepreneurs, education, technology, etc., who have four minutes to share their idea and then take questions from the diners. We eat, connect, share resources, and vote on what project you think should win the money gathered from the night. When the night nears to a close we count the ballots and whoever has the most votes takes home the money raised.

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                • Detroit Harmonie's Get Funded Challenge presents: John Notarianni, Detroit SOUP


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                  #Get Funded For tickets, visit: detroitharmonie.com/international-experience/tickets The International Experience is Detroit Harmonie’s second annual signature event celebrating the diversity and future of metro Detroit with live entertainment, food, and music representing several cultures in the community. The evening will include two competitions where Detroit Harmonie will deliver $50,000 in philanthropic funding to five social entrepreneurs making the city of Detroit an attractive place in which to live, work, and play. The Detroit Harmonie board of directors has selected five finalists to compete in the Get Funded Challenge. At the VIP reception, each of the five contestants will be required to deliver a three-minute pitch to a panel of judges comprised of six current and future leaders across the business, government and nonprofit sectors. The Get Funded Challenge winners will be announced during the main program. Grants will delivered in the following increments. First Place – $30,000 Second Place – $10,000 Third Place – $3,000 Fourth Place – $1,000 Fifth Place – $1,000

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                  • Detroit Soup //culture:city stadt:kultur


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                    A short movie shot for the exhibition culture:city, which took place in the Academy of Arts in Berlin. Voice over: Mollie-Hosmer Dillard Directed by: Theo Solnik Cinematography, editing and original sound track: Theo Solnik Produced by: dffb/akademie der künste Ein Kurzfilm gedreht für die Austellung kultur:stadt, die in der Akademie der Künste in Berlin stattfand Stimme: Mollie Hosmer-Dillard Regie: Theo Solnik Kamera, Schnitt und Musik: Theo Solnik Eine Produktion der dffd un der Akademie der Künste

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