Thanks to the vision of Baldwin City’s Economic Development Corporation, downtown Baldwin City is the home of the Baldwin City Business Center (BCBC), 810 High. The BCBC was secured through the efforts of Dave Hill and Casey Simoneau to provide new and small businesses an inexpensive professional space where they can grow their business. According to Casey, “Our goal is to help new businesses be successful through providing a space that reduces the financial stress many new businesses experience. We hope to see the businesses prosper and grow out of the space within the first 2-3 years of being in business which will lead to a more robust business community in Baldwin City.”
The public is invited to the BCBC Open House and Ribbon Cutting on April 10. Stop by and meet our newest Baldwin City business owners:
- Carrie Scoby, Sacred Sycamore – Healing Therapies
- Patrick Callahan, The Humanitas Institute
- Rita Janssen, The Good Seed Co Publishers & Promoters
- Robb & Pam Fergusson, New Frontier Tax and Businesses Services
- Vern Brown, The Baldwin City Community News
Cannot make the ribbon cutting? No worries, we’ve got you covered. The Chamber will be featuring a member blog spotlight on each business. Our first spotlight features Rita Janssen, The Good Seed Co Publishers & Promoters.