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Rebrand Cities is a global civic design partnership with We believe ‘Anything is Possible.’ We work with community stakeholders, web designers, developers, creatives and local government in cities all across the world to get small businesses online to build brands, mobilize impactful missions and share their amazing stories. #AnythingIsPossible

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1,000 Small Businesses Online

We would like to introduce you to almost 1,000+ small businesses from over 18 diverse industries who cemented their digital footprint through Rebrand Cities.They are people who are changing the cities in which they live, work and play. Sixty-three percent (63%) of them are powerful, innovative women building brands in their communities. Twenty percent (20%) are members of the creative community and almost ten percent (10%) of them are social impact or community organizations. 100% of them believed in their vision we were excited to partner with them.

10-Cities and Expanding

Rebrand Cities has touched the communities of ten cities nationwide…Detroit, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, Los Angeles, Memphis, Port-Au-Prince, and Mesa (AZ) and three countries (U.S., Canada and Haiti) . The dynamic stories that have grown out of these communities have redefined what it means to be an entrepreneur. Small businesses across America are speaking up, sharing their stories and showing their strength. This is a revolution, and we are striving to expand and grow in as many cities as possible, both at home and globally in 2019.

300 Students Built Their Own Sites

On September 27, 2018, 75 high school students from local Detroit public schools attended the AT&T Believe Detroit Technology Challenge. Students learned how to build their own sites in support of one of two of AT&T campaigns, ‘It Can Wait’ (distracted driving) or Cyberbullying. The event cultivated an environment of possibility, with guest speakers Rhonda Walker and Evrod Cassimy from Local 4 News sharing stories of inspiration and encouragement, highlighting the vast opportunities that exist for these bright young minds. The challenge expanded Rebrand Cities’ reach to a younger audience, educating the youth about the digital divide, and encouraging them to get involved and make a meaningful impact in their communities. To date students have built 300+ websites. #BelieveDetroit

$10K Rebrand Cities Website Challenge

We hosted a 60-Day Website Challenge from Oct. 8 to Dec. 7, 2018. Business owners, web designers, web developers, and creatives participated in this challenge from cities all over the country to build the best site on the platform. Sites were evaluated in five categories: Aesthetics, Responsiveness, Accessibility, Functionality and Purpose/Mission. It was difficult to pare down the entries to the 15 finalists. Our $10,000 grand prize winner was Erica P. Dallas from Memphis, TN.

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