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Board members of the Iowa City Area Business Partnership (ICABP) and Iowa City Area Development Group formally approved a resolution to merge by July 1, 2023.

Iowa City economic development organizations agree to merger

The Iowa City Area Business Partnership (ICABP) and Iowa City Area Development Group (ICAD) are formally approving a resolution to merge by July 1,...
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Editorial: Iowa City’s evolving chamber

Twenty years ago the idea of merging the Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce and the Iowa City Area Development Corporation (ICAD) would have...
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A trio of restaurants on Coralville Strip closes doors

In a growing city like Coralville, owning a business along the strip on Highway 6 would seem like a home run for owners looking...

ICR Regional Legislative Launch addresses 2022 priorities

The Iowa City Area Business Partnership (ICAB) and Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance hosted the 2022 Legislative Launch at Cedar Ridge Winery & Distillery...

‘Better together’ is right message

CBJ EDITORIAL We have continually been impressed by the collaboration and vision of Johnson County’s economic development organizations and their leaders since the beginning of...

Iowa City coalition plans COVID-19 recovery initiative

Mark Nolte By CBJ News Staff news@corridorbusiness.com Project Better Together, an initiative to help the Iowa City area community recover from the COVID-19 pandemic's impact, was announced...

A solid leadership choice at ICAD

CBJ Editorial When Joe Raso resigned as president of the Iowa City Area Development (ICAD) group in 2012, we encouraged its board of directors to...

Tom Cilek’s New Best Friend: Kim Casko

If you’ve been in the Corridor business community for even a short time, you already know Tom Cilek. He’s a vice president at a...

Making new IC ‘Partnership’ work

CBJ Editorial Membership organizations must continually evolve and change to ensure that they are providing value to their members. If they don’t, they risk becoming...

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