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The American Jewelry and Loan American Jewelry and Loan American Jewelry and Loan belongs to Leslie "Les" Gold, the sons of a pawnee who once belonged to Sam's Loans, a now non-existent pawn shop on Michigan Avenue in Detroit. In 1978 Les first opened American jewelry at the Green Eight Shopping Center on 8 Mile Road in Oak Park and moved to its current site in 1993. The Gold familiy and the day-to-day running of the shop are the focus of the TV show "Hardcore Pawn".
Often amazed to find out that the business continues to function as a full-service pawnbroker and that the members of the Gold familiy are still closely integrated into the day-to-day running of the business despite their full shooting and performing hours.
The Detroit company is looking for Finnish high-tech Hub designation
Detroit Fintech Association (DetroitFinTech.org) today announces that it is planning to establish Detroit as a center for FinTech innovations and to expand the current corporate cultural landscape of technology-driven finance via a public relations drive that will raise public profile for the amazing finance technologies center that is emerging in the town. The Detroit Fintech Association was founded by a group within Benzinga, a Detroit-based premier finance business, to seek, link and develop FinTech businesses in the area.
"Benzinga has long been connecting FinTech enterprises around the world, in the domestic market and especially here in Detroit," said Jason Raznick, Benzinga founders and CEO. "We' ve seen other towns that have solidified similar eco-systems - Boston, New York, Chicago, St. Louis - and we want to focus on the amazing FinTech community that is building up here in Detroit.
" Detroit Fintech Association has set itself the goal: Enterprises opening in Detroit join an awe-inspiring array of powerful FinTech executives, such as Quicken Loans and its all-digital rocket mortgage, Rocket Loans, In-House Realty and many others. "Since Detroit is continuing to expand as the centre of the FinTech Revolution in our nation, the work of the Detroit Fintech Association is crucial.
For Detroit and the Detroit area, but also for the multiplier FinTech firms that use the specialised FinTech ecosystem found only in Detroit," said Dan Gilbert, chairman and founder of Quicken Loans in Detroit, the nation's second biggest private bank. "FinTech start-ups and other finance tech firms have no greater opportunity than Detroit.
The best FinTech eco-system, embodied by the world's biggest on-line creditor and its over 17,000 FinTech staff, is right in the thick of it. "Furthermore, there is a collaborative mind among all of us in the Detroit FinTech industry that encourages everyone to support each other and work together.
It' s a singular civilization that you won't find anywhere except at the muscle-brain interface, right here in Detroit downtown," Gilbert added. Detroit Fintech Association works with Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) to accomplish its objectives and provide an enterprising business setting in Detroit and throughout Michigan for FinTech businesses.
"It is a pleasure to work with the Detroit Fintech Association to realize our joint vision of bringing amazing talents to the state and supporting this thrilling and aspiring sector," said Fred Molnar, MEDC Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. In addition, the Detroit Fintech Association coordinates with the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services.
FinTech's partnerships allow companies to obtain personal and personal advice on legislation and regulation that may impact their businesses. Detroit Fintech Association will act as liaison to the Department of Insurance and Financial Services Bureau and support sellers in organising presentation to local commissars.
"It' s great to have the backing and excitement of executives like Dan Gilbert on board as he and Quicken Loans have established one of the biggest and quickest to grow FinTech businesses. Furthermore, our partnership with FinTech businesses and government organisations will help drive FinTech industry expansion here in Michigan," Raznick added.