Last night, World Business Chicago was given the unique opportunity to host nearly 70 international journalists, who were in Chicago for a biennial meeting with United Airlines.
A recent newsletter from the publication Area Development Online included a link to a blog post by a supply chain consultant which had an interesting take on something we in Chicago have known for some time, but isn't always recognized.
Since moving to Chicago three years ago, I’d never felt the need to buy a car. The choice between affordable, convenient and eco-friendly public transit vs. the headache of traffic, high fuel prices, parking, insurance and maintenance was clear. Enter I-GO, the Chicago-based car sharing program.