Monthly Archives: October 2018
Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with Michelle Bates, of BluPrairie and Involta, to discuss the art of scheduling and keeping clients happy in the latest edition of the CBJ’s monthly Q&A feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding.
The Corridor Business Journal is proud to introduce another remarkable class of Forty Under 40 honorees, selected for the meaningful contributions they’ve made to their businesses and communities in their still-young careers. Meet the full class here.
While some of the nation’s biggest banks are closing branches at a record pace, a new generation of financial branches is emerging in the Corridor, designed to complement customers’ increasingly digital lives.
The trend toward convenience and access has led to banking kiosks springing up in grocery stores, apartment complexes and even high schools in recent years. Now one Marion-based bank is bringing the concept to senior living.
When it opens in 2020, Collins Community Credit Union’s new corporate headquarters will unite hundreds of support staff under one roof, improve efficiency and offer plenty of room to spare, whether for the community or future growth.
What does a data breach look like, and who do you call? Cyber experts share their perspective in Part 2 of the CBJ’s members-exclusive series, The Death of Privacy.
Nancy Kasparek ended a stellar 21-year career at U.S. Bank in Cedar Rapids in early October for a new opportunity close to her heart: Helping her son, an international tech entrepreneur, launch and manage a new socially responsible venture capital firm.
Whether you call it machine to machine or connected manufacturing, its adoption will be a critical differentiator between the sectors winners and losers over the next several years, according to the keynote speaker at the CBJ’s 2018 Manufacturing Conference.
The Corridor Business Journal is preparing to launch Workspace, a new department spotlighting unique and stylish corporate workspaces in the Corridor, and we need your help.
The movement that began last year with a string of allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is still gathering steam, and Corridor insurance experts say businesses both large and small should prepare themselves accordingly.