DCEDC’s mission is to attract and retain, diversified and sustainable growth throughout DeKalb County. The financial support that DCEDC receives from our private and public partners is critical to our 501 c3 organization. At this time, we would like to show our gratitude to our partner, Castle Bank. Castle Bank has been a generous supporter of DCEDC since 1987!
In this picture, Paul Borek, DCEDC Executive Director is shown receiving Castle Bank’s generous annual contribution from Bank President, Tim Struthers and Vice President, Ron Bemis.
DCEDC wishes to thank Castle Bank for their ongoing and generous support to our organization!
“A top company is examining the city as a possible location for a 987,000-square-foot facility that would bring about 300 jobs to the area and more than $1 million in tax revenue” reports Adam Poulisse of the Daily Chronicle. Click below to read the whole article.
Click here to go to the Daily Chronicle Article
Click here to view the Daily Chronicle article: 5-15-2015 Ideal Industries breaks ground on new facility (pdf)
The DeKalb Illinois workNet Center will be hosting a Job Fair June 17th. For more information click here.
Executive Director, Paul Borek, promoted DeKalb County at the SelectUSA Trade Show March 23-24 in Washington, D.C.. Click Here to read more!
To read more about the drop in DeKalb County’s unemployment rate, Click Here.
Click here for the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce & Sycamore Chamber of Commerce 2015 Community Expo Registration Form.
On Tuesday, February 10th, 136 students from DeKalb, Sycamore, Genoa-Kingston and Rochelle Township high schools participated in a visit, got a plant tour and then listened to business professionals talk about careers in a variety of area manufacturing industries. To read more, Click Here!
The Northern Illinois University chapter of Golden Key international Honour Society is holding a Diversity Fun Fair at the NIU Chick Evans Field House on Saturday, February 28th from 12:00-3:00 PM. Click here to see more details.