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Posted: October 19, 2021

How Ball Horticultural is ‘Coloring the World’ from DuPage County

Ball Horticultural

With a presence in 21 countries and six continents, DuPage County-based company Ball Horticultural literally colors the world with beautiful ornamental plants. And it all starts in DuPage. In this post, we take a look at how Ball’s products and business model have evolved over more than 116 years; how their culture and values have sustained their growth; and how their current leadership and investment in DuPage County – including their new Ball Helix Innovation Center in West Chicago – are shaping the future of ornamental plants.Read more

Posted: October 1, 2021

Made in DuPage

Made in DuPage

Manufacturing is a major part of our region's heritage. As the 5th-largest industry in DuPage County, manufacturing employs more than 57,000 people. This October, we are celebrating Manufacturing Month by sharing the stories of the products, flavors, foods, and more that are Made in DuPage. Read more

Posted: September 29, 2021

The Smartest, Sleekest & Healthiest Workplaces in DuPage: 2021

suburban office space

An office in the clouds, a laboratory grown in a garden, a 007-worthy global headquarters... In this annual feature, we set out to find the best workplaces in DuPage. As usual, we looked for the smartest, the sleekest and the healthiest. But this year, we had a few other things in mind—talent attraction, flexibility and identity. In no particular order, these are 2021’s Smartest, Sleekest and Healthiest Workplaces in DuPage...Read more

Posted: September 27, 2021

Moving your business? Take a closer look at DuPage County

Business Relocation

DuPage County, Illinois is one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States. And if you’re searching for business relocation sites or a new business location, this thriving, diverse community should be at the top of your list.Read more

Posted: September 13, 2021

ComEd Receives National Recognition for Impact on Economic Development


Ranked in the top one percent of utilities across the United States, ComEd made infrastructure improvements that helped attract $2.7 billion in investment and create 6,400 new jobs.Read more

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