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.
The decisions being made right now reveal everything about the values that matter – your personal values, your organization’s values and the values of your community.
By Linda Kuster | Guest Column
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the behaviors of customers in almost every industry and product/service category.
These are unprecedented times and we require unprecedented solutions. Politics must take a back seat so that essential service providers, including those in our industry, are able to lend the helping hand that is so needed at this time.
By Brenda LaMarche | HR Column
The entire country has been affected by the coronavirus as illnesses and business closures continue to swell. What can you do, as a small business, even if your doors are now closed?
The merger of Raytheon Co. and United Technologies Corp. on April 3 ushered in a new era for Collins Aerospace, the Corridor’s largest private employer. While this merger of equals has its pros and cons for the region, we see more of the former.
Some businesses are experiencing a massive slowdown or near complete cessation of operations, and unemployment numbers are increasing at an alarming rate.
By Joe Coffey | The Fifth Estate
While many types of businesses are waiting for a return to normal, the coronavirus is forcing local media organizations to evolve and face the future now.