Eagle Machinery & Supply, Inc. is a leading supplier of Optimized Automation Solutions for Industrial Woodworking Applications. The company provides process solutions to fit end users’ specific – and often complex – needs.
Growth Partnership for Ashtabula CountyOpen for Business
Ashtabula County is the northeastern-most county in the state of Ohio and traces its origins to 1808. The county, which is named for the Iroquoian word for ‘river of many fish’, is famous for having eighteen covered bridges – the largest number of covered bridges in Ohio – and twenty-one award-winning wineries.
City of Oshawa, ONAn Amazing Place to Be
Long recognized as the Automotive Capital of Canada, Oshawa, Ontario, is a city in transition, with a diversity of key sectors propelling its economic engine forward. With a population of close to 160,000 in 2014, that number is projected to increase to over 177,000 by 2024.
Sandoval County, NMA Healthy Community, A Healthy Economy
Sandoval County, New Mexico is turning heads. Exciting business opportunities, sunny skies, stunning vistas, and a high quality of life are attracting new residents like a magnet…
Fairfield CaliforniaA Golden State Treasure
Located halfway between Sacramento and San Francisco and just 15 minutes from the Napa Valley, Fairfield, California is ideally situated. “We are one of the only cities where you can get to the snow, beach, and wine country in one day,” says City Manager David White. “It is a pretty amazing location.”
County of Grande PrairieEmbracing Opportunities in the Peace Region
Home to 27,000 and growing, the County of Grande Prairie is part of North America’s Great Plains region and has the distinction of being established as Alberta’s first county in 1951. Located approximately 460 kilometres northwest of the provincial capital of Edmonton, the county is in the southern portion of the Peace River Country and shares a border with British Columbia.
The Changing Roles of Corporate LeadersTaking the Lead
“Becoming a leader means choosing to inhabit a new role – it means thinking and behaving differently, and rearranging your priorities. It means you can’t be a bystander in your organization. You must step up and roll up your sleeves to make things better every single day. That’s the obligation leaders take on whether they are aware of it or not.” – Vince Molinaro
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