Recent News

New Processing Facility Coming to Central Illinois for Organic and Non-GMO Sunflower and Soy Products

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Curtis Bennett Vice President, Sales & Operations Clarkson Soy Products, LLC 217-763-9511 – Ext. 124 Curtis.Bennett@clarksonsoy.com www.clarksonsoy.com CHAMPAIGN, IL, February 21, 2017 – A new state-of-the-art 30,000 sq ft processing facility for organic and non-GMO sunflower and soy lecithin is slated to open in August 2017 at Titan Warehouse in northeast Read more »

New Videos Highlight ECCA Program at Parkland College

CHAMPAIGN, IL, February 13, 2017 – Together with the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to release three new videos highlighting the Early College and Career Academy (ECCA) at Parkland College. ECCA is a joint effort of Education for Employment System #330 (a K-12 Career and Technical Education cooperative) and Parkland College. Through Read more »

EDC Featured on Champaign Connection

Thanks to the City of Champaign for inviting Craig Rost on the Champaign Connection show! We were happy to talk about what we do, how we work with the City of Champaign, the You’re Welcome CU campaign, our Made in Champaign County program (#MadeInCC), and more. You can catch Craig’s interview at the 8:03 mark.

Einstein Bros Bagels Opens Satellite Store at Willard Airport

Einstein Bros Bagels has opened a new satellite store at Willard Airport! The bagel shop, located after security in the departure lounge, serves bagels, grab-n-go sandwiches, salads and both espresso and brewed coffee drinks. The Grand Opening celebration will take place on Wednesday, February 15th from 7-8:30 pm in the departure lounge. The event is free and Read more »

2017 Innovation Celebration Finalists Announced

CHAMPAIGN, IL, January 17, 2017 – The Champaign County Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce finalists for the 12th Annual Innovation Celebration in recognition of those individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions, taken risks, and provided leadership to ensure the continuing economic success of Champaign County, the ongoing success of the University’s economic Read more »