Ann Arbor’s new lifestyle, hospitality brand hosting job fairs this month

ANN ARBOR – What if you could access everything you need in less than 15 minutes on foot, by bike or by public transport?

This is the lifestyle brand vision that 4M brings to Ann Arbor’s South Side Stadium and Industrial Area – a 15-minute neighborhood where residents can work, eat, drink, shop and socialize. within a small radius.

In 2021, 4M launched its co-living campus for professionals. The first of its kind in Ann Arbor, the property offers state-of-the-art coworking spaces, short and long-term rental townhouses, Teslas for rent and more. The group completes its transport offer to the city center by becoming a stop of the free A2GO autonomous shuttle service.

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At the center of the 4M experience will be Venue, a multi-faceted destination that will include coworking spaces, a bar and restaurant offering five different menu concepts, a market and event spaces. Formerly Lucky’s Market, construction is nearing completion on the property.

Now, 4M is looking for 85 employees to join its team.

“We’re looking for energetic, enthusiastic and driven people who can embrace a new kind of work experience,” said Margaret Poscher, co-founder of 4M. “Venue’s service model will be very, very different from a traditional food and beverage company.

“We hope this will uplift our employees and help them learn skills that will take them further into the job market, whether with us or someone else. We’ll help them develop their customer service, technology and problem-solving skills.

The brand has developed digital tools that will improve both the employee and customer experience, Poscher said.

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The hospitality industry has been hit hard during the pandemic, from furloughs and shutdowns to the way servers are treated, Poscher said, the strain is evident.

“People feel beaten down right now in the hospitality industry,” she said. “They are basically abused by customers and by managers and there is a shortage of staff and so people are overworked. There are all sorts of reasons why we would want to seek to change this dynamic and bring a new dynamic to the hospitality industry by changing the work environment.

4M is currently looking to fill the following positions:

  • Line cooks

  • Dishwasher

  • Concierge

  • Baristas

  • Bartenders

  • Runners

As a digital brand, technology will be central to the Venue experience. This is what sets 4M apart from other markets, restaurants and bars in the area, said co-founder Heidi Poscher.

“I think the other big opportunity for people who join us is to develop skills that use digital technology to understand how we leverage this technology to make their work different, better and engaging,” she said. declared.

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“At the end of the day, technology is no substitute for excellent customer service. Only humans can provide great customer service, that’s why we want their help. »

4M will hold career fairs on the following dates at 1919 S. Industrial Hwy:

  • Monday June 13: 10am-2pm

  • Tuesday, June 14: 2-6 p.m.

  • Thursday June 16: 12 p.m.-4 p.m.

Interested in applying? To get started, visit www.experience4m.com/careers. Resumes can be submitted to [email protected]

For more information about 4M, visit www.experience4m.com.

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