By Maurie Cashman | Guest Column
Repositioning your business for the new COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 environment will be critical to its continued success.
We have continually been impressed by the collaboration and vision of Johnson County’s economic development organizations and their leaders since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our region could be due for a economic realignment if the University of Iowa and Collins Aerospace continue to face serious financial challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Betsy McCloskey
In 2020, most customers no longer require human interaction to complete their everyday banking transactions, so banks are re-polishing their brands and focusing on increasing their visibility and imaging for maximum impact in the ever-changing marketplace.
ICR Iowa, the joint venture between the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance and Iowa City Area Development Group (ICAD), is on its last leg, but can be fixed with deep introspection and new leadership.
“We are going to see economic data for the second quarter that’s worse than any data we’ve seen for the economy,” Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell said last week.
By Joe Coffey | The Fifth Estate
News that the Gannett-owned Iowa City Press-Citizen will no longer be managed locally is worth your consideration as a member of the business community.
By John Graham | Guest Column
Some companies are listening. They get it: It’s no longer about what customers can do for us by buying our stuff. Now, it’s all about what we can do for them.
If anyone has the right credentials to lead the Iowa City Area Development (ICAD) group, it is Kate Moreland.
Federal relief money to blunt the impact of the COVID-19 crisis is starting to make its way into the bank accounts of small businesses.