Attend Our Upcoming Events!
Join CAIC for the "U.S. Tariffs & Trade Policy: Where are we headed?" luncheon on July 23rd at UAW Local 551 hall. We will explore what the current state of tariffs means for American manufacturing and workers.
Dave Doig, President of Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives will make a presentation about the City Of Chicago’s Opportunity Zones. It is a new federal initiative that allows eligible investors to make qualified investments in Opportunity Zones for a delayed payment or possible reduction of their capital gains tax.
Mariyana Spyropoulos, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago will discuss the importance of water conservation of our greatest natural resource, water actually is.
William Strauss, Senior Economist of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will discuss the current status & projections for the Midwest Economy & its manufacturing sector. At the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank, his main responsibilities include analyzing the current performance of the Midwest economy and its manufacturing sector.
Please join CAIC for its 2019 Kick-Off Membership Luncheon. Our featured speaker will be Joseph C. Szabo, Executive Director of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP). Mr. Szabo will discuss ON TO 2050, the seven-county region’s long-range comprehensive plan, adopted in October 2018. CMAP spent approximately three years developing the plan and engaged more than 100,000 residents and business owners across the region
Our keynote speaker, Marty Ozinga IV, is President of Ozinga Bros., Inc., a fourth-generation family owned and operated business founded in 1928 and best known for its red and white striped concrete mixer trucks.
March 2, 2017 -- "Midwest Economy & Manufacturing" Luncheon
On March 2, 2017 CAIC’s 5th Annual "Midwest Economy & Manufacturing" Luncheon at Dynasty Banquets in Hammond was a success.
Mr. William Strauss, Senior Economist of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, in his fifth annual appearance before the Commission, provided a detailed review of the past year, followed by a forecast for the next three years. The Federal Reserve casts a big net, drawing on data and research from a broad range of sources.