Rahel Musa is the owner and operator of her family business Teff-Riffic. Teff-Riffic is an Ethiopian food stand inside the Allen Market Place consisting of healthy vegan and vegetarian dishes.
Teff, a tiny gluten-free whole grain that is a nutritional powerhouse is Musa’s signature ingredient as she preps her Ethiopian dishes and creates her teff flour. Musa’s native country Eritrea, located just north of Ethiopia, is well known for growing teff and has been a staple of traditional Ethiopian cooking for thousands of years. Musa is bringing that tradition to Lansing.
Interview with Undra Brown Owner of OLE http://www.ole.com All photos are courtesy photos Undra Brown- creator and founder of OLE, has created a language exchange business in Lansing providing language teachers for individuals to learn different languages. Brown who is a Lansing Native is a young business owner and entrepreneur […]
The story of Jonathan Arias, founder and barber, of Cuts and Convos in Lansing, MI is an encouraging one for those who want to use nonprofits to improve others’ lives. Jonathan was a barber like any other, starting out offering barber services in college to his classmates and […]
All photos of Kimberly are taken by Justus Rohlfs. East Lansing, MI- Kimberly Lavon is the owner and Artist of her printmaking business Kimberly Lavon Ink. Kimberly Lavon Ink is a printmaking shop located in East Lansing, MI. Lansing has a lot of striving artist who are turning their hobby of art into a […]
http://www.curlitude.com All photos of McNajeema are taken by Justin McMahan NaJeema’s Motivational Quote: “I create for myself and sell the leftovers!” Lansing, MI-NaJeema Iman is the owner and Artist of her embracing business known as Curlitude. Curlitude is an art brand of wearable art, jewelry making, accessories, t-shirts and […]
The Greater Lansing Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted a Meet and Greet with State Representative, 68th District (Lansing & Lansing Township) Andy Schor on April 10th in Old Town Lansing. Andy Schor is a Democrat candidate running for Lansing Mayor. This was an opportunity for members of the […]
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership formerly known as LEAP, exemplifies great leadership supporting entrepreneurs. The role LEAP play’s in driving innovation and job growth in Lansing have certainly been rewarding. LEAP is not only emerging entrepreneurs in Lansing, but they are also encouraging future innovation with youth entrepreneurship. This year LEAP is […]
Ann Nguyen, owner of Sugar Berry, is an entrepreneur in Lansing who never thought she would end up in the food business. Sugar Berry is a dessert shop that is known for their low-fat and yet sweet frozen yogurt, a simple treat that gives customers the option to […]
Leah Seeyle Owner and designer of Burst into Bloom is creating unique handmade wax cotton & canvas bags, totes, purses, clutches, just to name a few. It all started when she was on the hunt for a perfect bag several years ago. Her creativity has lead her […]
Living a life of purpose and dedicating herself to service comes with ease for Renee Freeman. She is on a mission to make a difference in her community and has no plans of stopping until she sees -a change. The Detroit native began pioneering in her own city […]