Medium-sized companies frequently have to address issues as complex as those addressed by Fortune 500 companies, but often without the time, staff and financial resources needed to do the job. The Mid-Market Forum helps medium-sized Chamber business members (generally companies with revenues between $10 and $500 million) address their specific mid-market challenges by connecting them, as a group, with important business resources, people and information. Examples of some of the challenges that are being addressed include: applying leading-edge information technology; building a brand; and maximizing intellectual property.
Forums and panel discussions are held frequently where medium-sized companies can gain knowledge needed to address specific mid-market challenges. In addition, the Chamber publishes information on mid-market challenges and provides corresponding resources and solutions, through a series of events and communications vehicles. The Chamber also holds networking events that allow mid-market companies to share information, common experiences and market data with other medium-sized companies.
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Accessing Global Markets: The Next Midmarket Business Frontier
June 21, 2012
Doing business nationally—even in North America—is no longer the path to industry leadership. Three senior executives of member companies at the Chicagoland Chamber came together at the Navistar offices in Lisle, IL on June 19 to present their efforts and results to date and discuss future strategies for expanding business in global markets.
Louis Milicich, Counsel, SNR Denton, International Group, moderated an expert panel consisting of Mark Stasell, VP/GM Diversified Operations, Truck Group at Navistar; Mike Zielinski, President & CEO, Royal Buying Group; and Robert Metz, Senior Vice President, Global Business Operations, Horizon Pharma, Inc, and Chief Compliance Office.
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