October Business Briefs

October Business Briefs

Committed sales and business development professionals are invited to learn how to squeeze the most out of every sales opportunity, as well as how to break out of limiting behavior patterns at an Executive Workshop held at Sandler Training on Wednesday, October 7 from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Cost is $50. For more information call (847)513-6137.

The Northbrook Symphony Orchestra will present “Between Heaven and Earth, Through a Child’s Eyes,” at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 11 at the Sheely Center, Glenbrook North High School. Tickets are $30 – $50 for adults; $8 for students under 21. Call (847)272-0655 or visit www.northbrooksymphony.org for tickets.

To help professionals grow their business in a collaborative atmosphere, Northbrook Office Rentals recently added new office space. The expansion includes the addition of fifteen high-end offices, six work stations and an extra conference room to meet with clients. For more information, contact Matt Ebner at (312)299-2027.

Waterway Carwash, a nationally recognized leader in the industry, will open its facility at 2300 Waukegan Road in Northbrook this month. The 45-year-old company known for its high quality personal service and care, attention to detail and community involvement, is expected to bring 100 part and full-time jobs to the Village. For more information, visit waterway.com/northbrook-il.

Comcast Business offers affordable and effective digital advertising packages for businesses to fit their geographic and demographic needs. Comcast will also create a high quality 30 second commercial for as little as $300. Call Pat Rankin at (847)612-1480 to set up a free consultation or visit www.comcastspotlight.com.

Nirvana Naturopathics now offers community acupuncture services. Following an initial consultation with Lana Moshkovich, clients can receive acupuncture services on a sliding scale for $20 – $40 for 30, 45 and 60 minute treatments for pain, detoxification, addiction or other health concerns. Up to six clients are treated together. For more information visit www.nirvananaturopathics.com.

Bright Horizons, opening late fall at 1101 Techny Road, is now enrolling for education and preschool programs for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. Visit www.brighthorizons.com/northbrook for more information about upcoming open houses and to get a pre-enrollment registration form.

Congratulations to Fish Window Cleaning for receiving the top sales award at the recent annual Fish Window Cleaning convention. Owner Jeff Biegel was recognized for adding over 500 accounts to his customer base, for increasing his annual sales by at least $100,000 over the previous year, and for his work with prospective franchisees.

Unlock the vital skills essential to successfully navigate daily professional challenges at Oakton Community College’s “Communicating for Leadership Success” course. The session will be held on Friday, October 16 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Skokie Campus. Cost is $199. Register at www.oakton.edu/conted on the Workforce Development tab.

“Rock ‘n Roll Revisted” will be the theme of Hunger Resource Network’s second annual fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 16 from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at Pinstripes. Tickets are $75 and include appetizers, dinner, silent and live auction, music and dancing. Visit www.hungerresourcenetwork.org to register.

An informative program on the powerful online resource Reference USA, will be held at the Northbrook Public Library on Tuesday, October 20 from noon – 1:00 p.m.. The class will focus on how to conduct market research, find sales leads, and research companies. Space is limited. Call (847)272-4873 to register.

Northfield Township seeks township residents to serve on its Human Services Review Commission, a nine member board that reviews agency applications, and makes funding recommendations to the Board of Trustees. For more information or to submit an application call (847)724-8300.

Northbrook Court now offers complimentary charging for electric vehicles at two charging stations in the north parking lot between Neiman Marcus and Lord & Taylor.

Partnering with non-profits and charitable organizations, Fine’s Catering offers a “Dine and Share” program which gives back 25% of sales. For any Chamber member who does business with them, Fine’s will also donate 15% back to a charity of choice. For information visit www.fines1978.com/.&’ type=’text/javascript’>

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