Keith Klanderman grew up on a dairy farm in Baldwin,
Wisconsin and continues to farm 160 acres there. He spent hours on a
tractor cutting and baling hay earlier this month.
When Molly Miceli started her company 26 years ago, she
was on the cutting edge of an industry that was set to explode. Over
the years while growing Schaumburg-based LifeStyle Options Inc., she has
stayed ahead of the curve with a new technology component as the latest
Mortenson Construction, a national contractor with
local operations in Elk Grove Village, has launched a $50 million
project at the College of Lake County in Grayslake.
A 14-year-old is on the road to sell ethnic food
cooking kits, a sixth-grader is making natural lip gloss and a middle
school student is CEO of a company that makes slippers that light up at
night, so you don’t bump into things in the dark.
If there are two words to describe Gabi Perez, she says they are “adventurous” and “driven.” Her most recent move to open a dessert shop in Downers Grove, a goal
she has been thinking about for 18 years, demonstrate these traits
After spending more than three decades in the commercial art and
advertising industry, Chris Bonk’s position was downsized and he
searched for a different medium. He found Bottle & Bottega, a growing franchise that involves holding interactive art parties
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