Pop-Up Program Development (2014)
Co-Learning Plan - 2014
Authors: Michael Forsyth, Detroit Economic Growth Association, REVOLVE Detroit
This Co-Learning Plan focused on the tangible tasks, challenges, and best practices associated with development and management of pop-up programs in Detroit and around the nation. Using 'REVOLVE Detroit' as a model, Forsyth highlights best practices and challenges.
Project Updated As Of September 30th, 2014
Michael Forsyth, Detroit Economic Growth Association, REVOLVE Detroit
Michael Forsyth is the Retail Business Development Manager with the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation and the founder and Program Manager for REVOLVE Detroit. REVOLVE is a collaborative program of the DEGC that partners with local leaders, building owners, entrepreneurs, and artists to activate vacant storefronts with transformational businesses and art installations. The goal of the program is to foster the evolution and vibrancy of Detroit's neighborhood business districts. REVOLVE has emerged as a leading national example of a pop-up program and Michael Forsyth is consulted frequently on the topic of program development and strategies to advance temporary use and neighborhood revitalization. Mr. Forsyth has presented on the topic of pop-up to broad audiences at local, state and national conferences. Michael Forsyth attended Michigan State University where he earned a degree in Environmental Studies and a master's in Urban and Regional Planning.
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