Chamber boss: “(Women) make, at the same job, less money than men. It’s not because we choose less money, but because we get paid less money.”
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan considers Strawberry Festival “a success.”
Caffeinated Ideas takes place at 9 a.m. Tuesday; small-business financing panel follows at noon.
There are really only two ways to grow a business.
Registration is free to all Norwalk area-businesses.
Activities include series of media articles, informational seminars and roundtable events.
BAM! has given NEDC staff an opportunity to gauge the pulse of Norwalk’s business climate.
Norwalk school chief: ““It will allow students to see the real world connections between what they are learning and the workforce.”
Norwalk Economic Development Corp. partnering with Norwalk’s public and parochial schools, area businesses and secondary educational institutions to create a pipeline of workers.
Erich Metzger co-founded ABS Communications in downtown Norwalk in early 2015.
The original version of Milan Avenue restaurant opened in Aug. 2014 and was rebooted in April 2016 under new ownership.
Norwalk city council to consider resolution on potential tax break for two businesses.
Cell phone app, the brain child of NEDC, allows users access to business info and to file city complaints.
Norwalk Economic Development director explains what job-creation grant means for Borgers and Norwalk.
“If we ever hope to put a dent in the nation’s heroin epidemic, it’s gonna happen one town at a time.”