Elk Grove Village is reaping the rewards of its efforts to be known as the most business friendly community in the U.S. With commercial development totaling $145 million in value and a 6.2% industrial vacancy rate — down by over 50% from a high of 12.49% in 2010 — the Village is experiencing a surge of business development activity.
Language translation and multicultural marketing agency, Technelion, provides solutions to help customers make their content available in any language, and on the platform of their choice. Claudia Freed, Director of Business Development & Finance at Technelion, explains the benefits of moving her office into Rev3, and what the future holds for the agency. Continue reading
Written by: Anna Marie Kukec, Daily Herald Wearable technology, more connections with your house and car, and faster speeds continue to dominate the hottest technologies expected in the new year, according to suburban tech experts. As more police officers explore the use of wearable cameras in the aftermath of turmoil in various cities this year, and consumers continue to seek new ways to do old tasks, it’s easy to see how sensors and other devices will become more prominent. Continue reading
Written by: Amy Liu and Benjamin Sio, www.brookings.edu As the third year of the Global Cities Initiative draws to a close, it is time to take stock of what we’ve learned from the 12 metropolitan areas that have adopted metro export initiatives and another eight that will soon release their plans. Continue reading