DBusiness Breakfast Series with EY's George Lenyo

On Feb. 6, more than 100 guests attended the DBusiness Breakfast Series at the Gem Theatre in downtown Detroit. Keynote speaker George Lenyo, office managing partner of EY in downtown Detroit, spoke about the evolution of the gig economy, machine learning, and how businesses and organizations can draw and retain top talent.


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