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March 25, 1994 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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business, and it's been a great
motivator," Mr. Green said. "I
have a lot of intensity and en-
ergy, but I'm human. There are
times when I procrastinate and
I need a boost."
Mr. Green's company, which
includes 15 full-time and seven
part-time employees, provides
market research, expansion
planning and site selection for
both retailers and developers.
"For example, if a national
chain wants to move into Den-
ver, well look into the number
of stores, locations and what
sales volumes it can expect," he
explained.
If Mr. Green's company is a
barometer, the economy should
continue to improve in the com-
ing months.
"Our business was down
from 1989-91, but there has
been steady growth since 1992,"
he said. "We're about a year
ahead of the economy, and it
looks like the recovery should
be continuing into 1995. Detroit
is continuing to be a hotbed of
retail activity."
A 1980 graduate of Michigan
State University, Mr. Green
earned a bachelor's degree in
communications with a spe-
cialty in hotel and restaurant
management.
He was the assistant man-
ager of the Kellogg Center ho-
tel on campus from 1977-80,
and he spent four more years
in the hotel industry on the
East Coast before joining his
family's firm as an analyst in
1984.
"Coining back to Detroit was
the best decision I could have
made, both personally and pro-
fessionally," said Mr. Green,
who is single.

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Clients receive personal as-
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The sessions are suitable for
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