Is your business open during the COVID-19 Illinois stay at home order? Are you working to continue to provide food, professional services, support and other services during this "shut down"? WCKG wants to talk to you! As you probably know, local businesses need help right now but many don't feel strong enough to spend money on marketing and advertising. And yet now … [Read more...] about WCKG Offering Your Business 15 Minutes of Fame ON-AIR
Marta Zavodska Dabrowski Helps Other Women Succeed
Entrepeneur Marta Dabrowski Talks Mentoring; Helping Other Women Succeed In Small Business You have to work 20 Hours per day, just to meet your ends, which I think is ridiculous. [...] Sometimes we like to learn from the best,and we meet inspirational people in person [...] It was amazing,get up and start acting like an entrepreneur. Marta Zavodska … [Read more...] about Marta Zavodska Dabrowski Helps Other Women Succeed
Love VHS? Are you into Indie Movies? An Independent Elmhurst Business is Catering to You!
Elmhurst residents Ryan Ohm and Jeremy Marsan wanted to create a platform where independent filmmakers could release their work, so they turned to VHS. Weird Life LTR is a new business in Elmhurst that aims to change the way people watch movies. The concept is simple: people buy movies from the website for $12.99 and receive a VHS tape and a free bag of popcorn. There … [Read more...] about Love VHS? Are you into Indie Movies? An Independent Elmhurst Business is Catering to You!
Naperville Schools and Hospitals are saying No, to the popular app Pokemon Go
If you’re walking around Naperville looking for Pokémon to catch, you need to watch out where you do it, not just for your own safety, but because some businesses might not want you there. Edward Hospital is one of them. "We are in the process of requesting that Edward-Elmhurst Health's main campuses – Edward Hospital in Naperville and Elmhurst Hospital – be removed as … [Read more...] about Naperville Schools and Hospitals are saying No, to the popular app Pokemon Go
Elmhurst Performing Arts Center gets a Jump start from Local Business Owners
In an effort to help build a performing arts center in Elmhurst, local business owners and residents Doug and Cindy Peterson made a donation they hope gets the ball rolling. The Petersons, who own several businesses including Chicago Records Management Inc. and TailGate, announced a $10,000 matching funds donation to Elmhurst Centre for Performing Arts, a grassroots … [Read more...] about Elmhurst Performing Arts Center gets a Jump start from Local Business Owners