Monthly Archives: January 2021
A pair of keen observers closely attuned to the Iowa ag economy — and its tendrils stretching across the nation and around the globe — see bright months ahead for the state’s farmers and agribusinesses.
Panelists at the CBJ’s 2021 Economic Forecast Luncheon began last year with strong expectations and healthy workloads.
President Joe Biden will bring a host of changes to the U.S. political landscape, but don’t expect wholesale reversals of former President Donald Trump’s nationalist and protectionist trade policies, keynote speaker Gary Hufbauer told attendees of the Corridor Business Journal’s Economic Forecast Luncheon.
In the latest episode of “Tom Cilek’s New Best Friend,” Tom and Ryan Heiar discuss motorcycles and football as well as North Liberty’s past as a bedroom community and its rapid growth. Presented by West Bank.
Kalona Creamery has moved production of its cream-top yogurt from Wisconsin to Iowa, sourcing milk from local Amish and Mennonite families.
Could the Corridor’s manufacturing future belong to smaller companies competing in niche consumer markets – organic lip balm, maybe?
Leaders at Williamsburg-based Kinze Manufacturing remain optimistic about the future.
Former NFL athlete and Iowa entrepreneur Nate Kaeding talks with Kim Lehrman, CEO of Communications Engineering Co., about learning the importance of being a general rather than a sergeant in the latest episode of “Real Success.” Presented by MidWestOne Bank.
If there’s one thing the 15 business leaders participating in this year’s Year Ahead forecast agree on, it’s that 2020 is going to leave a mark – and a permanent one at that.
At just 16, Iowa City West junior Aashika Gadkari has already learned many lessons about what it means to be an entrepreneur: Try, try, and try again.