The Northland Coffee Connect is a free weekly networking and business programming event. It offers an opportunity to join other Northland professionals and business owners as they explore leadership, the entrepreneurial journey and professional development.
Co-sponsored by the EDC, the weekly Wednesday meetings are hosted at iWerx (1520 Clay Street, North Kansas City) from 7:45 to 9am. Each meeting is free and open to the public. For more information contact the EDC at (816) 468-4989 or email@example.com.
CLAY COUNTY NEWS
Friday Facts: June 2
Saint Luke’s to Form Partnership: Darren Bass, Saint Luke’s North Region CEO, announced Wednesday that they have signed a letter of intent with BJC HealthCare to form an
Friday Facts: May 26
Please Enjoy Your Memorial Day Holiday: Those who gave all are to be celebrated this weekend. Please remember them as you enjoy your weekend. Take a couple of
Hunt’s Ora Reynolds Receives Power Player Award
Hunt Midwest President and CEO Ora Reynolds recently became only the fourth person ever to receive the Kansas City Business Journal’s Power Player Award. The
Friday Facts: May 19
Streets of Gold?: As a Northlander you should be very aware that others think we live in neighborhoods with streets made of gold. Last Friday’s Kansas City Business
NorthPoint Development Building Rooftop Solar Array at Headquarters
NorthPoint Development built this rooftop solar array on ColdPoint Logistics in Edgerton, Kan., a NorthPoint Development building. Northpoint is now constructing a rooftop solar system on its headquarters in Clay County.
Friday Facts: May 12
Todd Receives the Pinnacle Award: Northland leader Ellen Todd, President of Curry Real Estate Services received the Northland Community Foundation’s Pinnacle Service Award last Friday by exemplifying civic pride, leadership, individual and neighborhood caring
Liberty Hospital Targets Partnerships, Earns Honor
Liberty Hospital has been busy, and two recent announcements are a good indication of their efforts. On the same day the hospital announced plans to
Friday Facts: May 5
Liberty Hospital Seeks Partner: CEO Raghu Adiga, MD and the Board of Trustees for Liberty Hospital are exploring hospital partnerships. During the next few days they will
May the 4th Be With You
The EDC Cinco De Mayo Eve event May 4 at iWerx Gladstone was a great success, with good refreshments and great people. The EDC hosted
NEBA Views Library Programs for Business, Education
The Northland Education and Business Alliance recently hosted the new leader of Mid-Continent Public Library System Aaron Mason and Business Services Director Anne Wallace, Ed.D. Mason, who joined the library system in November, detailed several library programs that fit well with NEBA’s efforts to better connect businesses and education while enhancing both.
Friday Facts: April 28
New Library Director to Speak at NEBA: Aaron Mason, the new Director of the Mid-Continent Public Library, will be the featured speaker at next week’s Northland Education and
Friday Facts: April 21
Ralph Yarl: The shooting of 16-year-old Ralph Yarl last Thursday was devastating. We, nor anyone else know all of the facts. We ask you to let the judicial
Northpoint Plans Apartment Community Near New Headquarters
EDC member Northpoint Development plans to build an apartment community near its new headquarters on North Oak Trafficway. While apartment development is notable, this location
Ford Hires 1,000+ Workers for Third Shift
Some 1,100 workers are joining Ford Motor Co. in Claycomo to fill a third shift recently added to increase capacity for the Transit and E-Transit
Friday Facts: April 14
Worlds of Fun Institutes New Policy: Rick Fiedler, the new General Manger for Worlds of Fun and his team reacted quickly to an opening day incident involving some teenage
Darren Bass Named to Saint Luke’s North Leadership Post
Darren Bass has been named the new CEO of Saint Luke’s North Hospital. Bass, DPT, FACHE, has most recently served as president of Cox Monett
New Amazon Center Targets Unique Market
Amazon’s new fulfillment center in Liberty addresses an unusual class of products: oversized and heavy items that tend to be problems for less specialized logistics
NEBA Examines Northland Efforts for Jobs, Students and Businesses
Members of the Northland Education and Business Alliance recently discussed area programs for young people planning to enter the job market and business efforts that can provide those jobs.