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Feb 14, 2011

Heartland Partnership Newsletter

The Heartland Partnership eNewsletter
Hp In The News
Feb 14, 2011
Happy Valentine's Day From the Heartland Partnership Family of Companies.  The recent news from our organization has included everything from the Blizzard of 2011, to the census numbers, and from living healthy to rejuvenating our regional economy.  The Heartland Partnership Family of Companies has a lot going on and you see some of the stories from our local media below.  

Father of 'Open Book Management' to speak at Bradley
Jack Stack, the “Father of Open Book Management,” will give a presentation at Bradley University on March 11 to demonstrate how to build a business by harnessing the most powerful management tool a company has…its people.  The program is co-sponsored by Bradley University's Executive Development Center, the Heart of Illinois United Way, and the Heartland Partnership. ...

Storm likely to hurt Peoria-area economy
There was enough lead time some companies were probably able to adjust to minimize losses," Jim McConoughey said. "But when you lose two or three days of ...

We need jobs; higher corporate taxes won't help
Next, the county boosted its annual investment with the Economic Development Council, a regional development engine led by the Heartland Partnership. ...

Controlling Costs with Wellness
As part of our mission to drive value to our members' bottom lines, the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce is providing an easy and inexpensive way for local ...

Logistics and the Midwest’s Economic Development Opportunity
Chicago's Economic Development Council hosts Jim McConoughey to discuss "Logistics and the Midwest’s Economic Development Opportunity."  This monthly luncheon series covers a wide range of topics of interest for the business owner as well as the economic and business development professional. 

'Pack the Place' initiative aims to boost attendance at local events
Area businesses, community groups and the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce are encouraging consumers to get out and pile in - quite literally. ...
Area residents encouraged to participate in local events
An effort that aims to generate enthusiasm for local venues and events is expanding this year.
Even More Incentive to "Pack the Place" This Year
Organizers are offering even more ways to pack the place this year by expanding to include special discounts at even more local businesses and restaurants. More
Project Pack the Place expands in 2011
After drawing 1,500 people to various events in 2010 the schedule for Project Pack the Place has been expanded in 2011.

Census numbers critical for cities, state
It affects fire departments and school districts and the justice system," said Jim McConoughey, president of The Heartland Partnership. ...

Utilizing Email Marketing
The Peoria Chamber Commerce is hosting a series of sales and marketing classes that could have a big impact on your business.

WHOI's Good Company Program Highlights Peoria NEXT
Caterpillar's Tier 4 Technology
Caterpillar has been a part of PeoriaNEXT since the beginning and continues to support its mission by encouraging innovation in Central Illinois. Caterpillar Product Manager Scott Johnson takes us inside Tier 4.

The Latest APPitudez
And with the help of Peoria NEXT, Appitudez took advantage of the opportunity to be part of six billion dollar industry that's expected to grow ...

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