Episode 154 – Lauren Kase – mutual mentorship

By on Dec 11, 2017 in Collaboration, Connect, Customer Expectations, Detroit, Disruption, Generational Shift, Millennial, Podcast, Professional Development, Support Group, Sustainable, Women in Leadership | 0 comments



Lauren Kase is a San Francisco native that stayed in Detroit after receiving her degree from the University of Michigan. She is the Head of Marketing and Partnerships at Floyd Detroit. Listen this week as we discover what attracts the millennials to Detroit, Floyd’s unique positioning in the furniture industry and the importance of mutual mentorship.




“The most sustainable thing is not throwing anything away.” (9:50)


“It’s really exciting to have people resonate with the product.” (10:56)




  • (8:40) Floyd Detroit’s definition of sustainability.
  • (9:55) The challenge of being too successful.
  • (12:03) Tap into tacit knowledge.


Tip of the Week

Mentorship is a two-way street.


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