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World Business Chicago launches Chicago Anchors for a Strong Economy initiative to support neighborhood businesses

On March 17, World Business Chicago (WBC) launched Chicago Anchors for a Strong Economy (CASE). The new program, which supports WBC’s Plan for Economic Growth and Jobs, will strengthen Chicago’s economy by building ties between the city’s largest “anchor” institutions and its neighborhood-based businesses, in turn impacting local firms, increasing community and neighborhood vitality, strengthening the …

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Chicago Cares’ Corporate Leadership Breakfast Makes Case for Volunteer Service

On Thursday, March 6, Chicago Cares brought together more than 200 Chicago-area corporate leaders to discuss ways that the city’s business community can help improve Chicago neighborhoods by promoting volunteer service. Speakers at the Corporate Leadership Breakfast included Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago Cares Co-Founder Leslie Bluhm and Grosvenor Capital CEO Michael Sacks. JT provided strategic …

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JT is launch sponsor for “Early & Often” Sun-Times politics portal

Jasculca Terman is enthusiastically sponsoring the launch of “Early & Often,” the Sun-Times new online politics portal launching March 4, 2014 at politics.suntimes.com.  The site focuses on all aspects of politics as practiced in Chicago, Springfield and by our Congressional Delegation in D.C. Check early and often for up-to-the minute news and discourse and look for frequent ways …

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The Chicago Community Trust Puts it “On the Table”

JT is proud to be working with The Chicago Community Trust on their 99th anniversary initiative On the Table, a large-scale program unlike any other in the Trust’s history. The goal is to bring together at least 10,000 Chicagoland residents on a single day, May 12, 2014, in small groups to share a meal and …

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