Tatiana Grant

Tatiana Grant

Tatiana Grant is president of Infused PR & Events, and co-owner of Flash Delivery. Infused PR & Events offers premier public relations and event planning services to celebrities, small businesses, non-profits and corporations. A self-proclaimed "foodie", Tatiana decided to turn an idea into reality after realizing she needed dinner delivered to her. After some research, she discovered this could turn into a viable business venture. The concept of Flash Delivery was born. Flash Delivery is a restaurant and grocery delivery service, focused on downtown Detroit. Tatiana enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and taking weekend trips to various cities. More importantly, she enjoys food... fine dining, fast food, slow food, whatever kind of food.

Calling all entrepreneurs: Reimagine Detroit's transportation

Entrepreneurs! Submit Ideas for Detroit Transportation Challenge IdeaMarket announced its launch of the “Detroit Transportation Challenge”, a contest for entrepreneurs with the most innovative transportation-focused idea to receive up to $250,000, mentoring, and be turned into a Detroit-based company. The challenge’s supporting sponsors are Mission Throttle and Invest Detroit. The Detroit Transportation Challenge model combines … Continue Reading →

Fundraiser Benefits Young Doctor Scientists at the Taubman Inst. @ U of M

Event will celebrate the creative connection of artists and scientists, and features artist Ethan Daniel Davison Detroit’s hot new nightclub Populux will host “Cures Are an Art Form,” an innovative benefit party being staged May 12 on behalf of the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute. Detroit-area native Ethan Daniel Davidson and other musical performers … Continue Reading →

Powermoves @ Detroit

I received an email in February that a group was looking for minority-owned tech companies in Detroit for an upcoming tech boot camp. So naturally (owning tech start-up, Flash Delivery), I applied. I did some research and googled “Powermoves NOLA” to see if selected, what I would expect. I “understood” that I’d be competing in … Continue Reading →

Women's History Month: Esther Gordy Edwards

Everyone knows of the legendary Berry Gordy Jr., but not all know of his business-savvy sister, Esther Gordy Edwards.  She was the woman behind the man, who just happened to be her younger brother.  During Motown’s “hay” Gordy Edwards served as a company executive, managing artists such as: Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye and … Continue Reading →

Falafill fills up Midtown

Midtown’s Falafill offers great value to heath-minded individuals.  Detroiters can roll up their sleeves and get full off the Falafill experience…a Mediterranean from-scratch eatery…just think Chipotle for Mediterranean!  The franchise was named the “Best Falafel Sandwich in Chicago” by Chicago Magazine, and two local restaurateurs couldn’t resist the opportunity to bring the restaurant to Detroit. … Continue Reading →

The Dirt Label collaborates with Rocco Ritchie

Lifestyle brand, The Dirt Label, released a limited edition line of shirts in collaboration with Madonna’s son, Rocco Ritchie. Shirts can be purchased online The Dirt Label’s retail location. The project first came to light when Madonna visited Detroit in June and visited The Dirt Label’s Warehouse space located inside of Ponyride in Corktown. “Madonna … Continue Reading →

Downtown restaurants offer brunch options to Thanksgiving paraders

Grand Circus Park Restaurants, Taqo and R.U.B. BBQ Pub, Offer Parade-Route View and Kids Eat Free I am trying to decide on my plans for Thanksgiving morning, and am considering enjoying the Parade on Woodward with a warm view.  Staples in Detroit’s entertainment district, restaurants R.U.B BBQ Pub and Taqo are providing the ultimate family-friendly experience … Continue Reading →