German American Chamber of Commerce Fall Dinner 2017

The German American Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Fall Dinner on Nov. 16 at the Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit. John Fikany, former vice president of strategy and development for Quicken Loans Inc., was the featured speaker and detailed his experiences in the competitive business environment and his career at Mircosoft, where he was a vice president.


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