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Posted: March 24, 2021

Wynndalco Enterprises, LLC expands to a new facility in Addison

Wynndalco Enterprises, LLC, a certified DBE/MBE/SBE/BEP technology managed services firm, has recently expanded to a new facility in DuPage County at 515 E. Factory Road in Addison. The 35,000 square-foot facility will serve as the company’s warehouse, call center and logistics headquarters, among other things. After taking possession of the building January 1, their goal is to be fully operational in Addison by May 1, 2021.Read more

Posted: March 8, 2021

New E4 Series: Equity in Economics, Education and Enforcement of the Law Examines Diversity in DuPage County

As part of the Chaps Unite Against Racism initiative, College of DuPage invites the community to its free virtual series exploring themes of equity, diversity and inclusion in economics, education and enforcement of the law throughout DuPage County. Beginning March 4 and continuing with weekly programming, the E4 Series will feature videos of various local business owners speaking about their approach to workforce equity and economic opportunities. Read more

Posted: February 26, 2021

Breakfast with the Chairman

DuPage County business leaders gathered on Wednesday, February 24 at a virtual breakfast to have a meaningful conversation about supporting employees’ mental health. The event was moderated by Lisa Paolantonio LCPC, a senior counselor at Metropolitan Family Services.Read more

Posted: February 23, 2021

STRATACACHE Announces New Facility in DuPage for Research, Support and New Product Development


STRATACACHE has purchased a 100,000 square foot facility in Lisle, which will house new research and support teams for the digital signage, intelligent display and sensor systems company.Read more

Posted: February 22, 2021

DuPage County’s pandemic response is all about collaboration

DuPage Community Vaccination Clinic

“I think this kind of collaborative thinking is engrained in DuPage. We have all these partners in the community we can draw on, no matter what the issue is. We couldn’t execute this level of pandemic response without it.”

Take an inside look at how the DuPage County Health Department partnered with a network of public and private organizations to fight COVID-19.Read more

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