News: April 2015

First Bank Richmond

April 10, 2015

The goal at First Bank is to “make a difference” in the communities that they serve.  Their products and services are state-of-the-art, customer-friendly and competitively-priced to meet the needs of their business and consumer customers.  They support their communities through the many financial contributions given to their local not-for-profit organizations.  Their employees are involved …Read more

Richmond Baking Co. – A local company with history

April 10, 2015

Over a century ago, Richmond Baking delivered their delicious cookies and crackers to their customers by horse-drawn carriage. Today, they operate two state-of-the-art baking facilities which produce a full line of cookies, crackers, coating systems and dessert crumbs for their customers worldwide. Although many things have changed since 1902, some things remain the same at Richmond Baking. They s …Read more

Chamber Celebrates Strength of the Business Community

April 9, 2015

The annual dinner of the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is a time for the business community to come together and recognize the success and hard work of the previous year. This year’s dinner, held on January 23, gathered more than 500 people to celebrate the positive momentum of the chamber and local business success. The most prominent award given out by the Wayne County Area Chamber …Read more

Chamber Announces New High School Intern

April 9, 2015

Karoline Coryea joins the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce as a high school student intern. She is a senior at Northeastern junior/senior high school who plans to major in marketing and public relations at Miami University. Karoline brings experience in event planning from four years on student council helping plan one formal dance and one semi-formal dance a year. She also initiated planning …Read more

Manufacturing Matters Program Celebrates Anniversary

April 9, 2015

Manufacturing Matters, East Central Indiana’s fast-track training program, celebrated a successful first year in January of 2015. This initiative, a joint effort of Ivy Tech Community College Richmond’s Corporate College, WorkOne, the Economic Development Corporation of Wayne County and the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce, addresses the regional skills gap by providing certified workers …Read more