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“Wine and Food Pairing for Business Entertaining” Kicks off New Business Assessment Program: Downtown Event to Attract 100 Business Owners with $2 Million Plus Revenue

Chicago , IL – December 28, 2011 – Ten area business leaders are working together to provide complimentary, multi-disciplinary business assessments to Illinois businesses.  The kick off “Wine and Food Pairings for Business Entertaining” event will be hosted at Rhapsody Restaurant and the event organizers include: Chicagoland Commercial Real Estate Fuksa Khorshid, LLC – Legal […]

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Heartland International Kenyan Program In Chicago Defender

The folks over at Heartland International were mentioned in this article from the Chicago Defender. The article discusses the Kenyan program and how those Kenyan entrepreneurs are coming to the Chicago area for internships in October, 2011. Click HERE to read the online version of the article.

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Heartland International Brings Peace Through Entrepreneurship in Kenya: Historic Meet Up Between Two Groups Involved in 2008 Post-Election Violence

Nyahururu, Keyna – June 22, 2011 – On June 17 and 18, 2011 a historic meeting occurred in the city of Kisumu, Nyanza Province, Kenya, Africa, between 43 young entrepreneurs belonging to the Kikuyu and Luo tribes, two groups that, back in 2008, were involved in inter-ethnic violence when political unrest enveloped the country. Now, […]

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Day 1 – Chicago to Amsterdam – Kate’s Trip to Kenya

I love travel The possibility of travel The puzzle The prep The plan The seeing The doing The happenstance of who you meet.  Like the nice Czech guy who put my suitcase into the overhead and told me I was dressed too nice (meaning I was a target) – that I looked American.  And of […]

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F.A.S.T.Ride Motorcycle Event in Chicago’s Western Suburbs to Fight Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder:150-mile Charity Ride Set for Sunday, August 21

CHICAGO – June 14, 2011 – Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) costs the state of Illinois nearly $400 million every year. The total cost of dealing with FASD disorders across the country comes to more than $6 billion. The frustrating thing about the disorder is that out of all the potential birth disorders, it is […]

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K Squared Communications Helps out Misericordia

On December 7, 2010, the team from K Squared Communications became “helper elves” who helped out the folks at Chicago’s Misericordia Heart of Mercy.  Misericordia helps developmentally disabled individuals by providing them with housing, a job, and medical care.  They help raise money through a variety of ways, including selling baked goods made in their […]

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Barker & Meowsky on NBC5 Chicago discussing Halloween

Take a look at this video from NCB5 here in Chicago.  Their roving reporter, LeAnn Trotter, visited Barker & Meowsky to discuss costumes for pets.  This has become a growing trend as people feel the desire to dress up their pets as well as themselves this time of year. Barker & Meowksy on Channel 5 […]

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K Squared Communications Speaking at TLA October 22, 2010

Kate Koziol and Bryan Alaspa of K Squared Communications spoke to the group TLA on October 22, 2010.  The group is a networking organization that helps executive-level technical people transition their careers from one company to another.  Kate and Bryan spoke about using social media, blogging and other online methods of finding that next step […]

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K Squared helps out the Greater Chicago Food Depository

On November 5 the employees of K Squared will be helping families in need by volunteering at the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Thanks to all of you who have helped make it possible for us to do this.

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Barker & Meowksy Show off Wedding Fashions for Your Pets – Sun-Times Article

Our client Barker & Meowsky got a nice article in the Chicago Sun-Times talking about the pet fashions they sell for those who want to put their pet in their wedding.   You can click HERE for the full article at the Sun-Times.

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