The day-to-day operations of your business are vital to the overall success of your product or service and to your bottom line.  If you are searching for ways to improve or expand your production, take a look at the resources we have below.  If none of these options meet your specific needs, let us know and we can provide one-on-one support for your specific operational challenges.

IMEC is a team of specialists who work with Illinois companies to be more productive and globally competitive. IMEC solutions help companies develop profitable business strategies, meet customer quality requirements, contain operating costs, increase capacity and on-time delivery, and solve technical operating problems such as product defects or process bottlenecks. Their focus is on preparing a company's internal team to accelerate improvement and achieve results that will stick -- long term.  Their core expertise includes business strategy, information technology, lean, quality, and safety & health services.
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Small Business Development Center 
The Illinois Small Business Development Center at Bradley University provides free business counseling and low-cost training programs for existing businesses in Central Illinois.  
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Senior Consulting Projects
The Senior Consulting Projects is Bradley's oldest business assistance program. Thousands of businesses and not-for-profit organizations have utilized teams of business students and faculty in the Foster College of Business Administration as consultants on a wide variety of business-related projects, including business expansion and organizational and operational issues.
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Senior Projects for Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
The Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department at Bradley University has been helping clients solve 
real world problems since 1967. In that time, students have completed projects for small manufacturing companies and service industries including city police and fire departments, local government organizations, hospitals, insurance companies, physicians, and utility companies. Projects that incorporate knowledge from a combination of the following classes are preferred: Manufacturing Quality Control, Engineering Statistical Methods, Manufacturing Design, Facilities Planning, Production Planning and Control, and Simulation of Man/Machine Systems.   
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Building and Site Information
Is your business in need of a new building or site for an expansion?  The Location One Information System provides a list of available space in Morton.  We keep the list as comprehensive as we can, but please contact our offices if you can’t find what you need.
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Waste to Profit Network
IMEC facilitates a Waste to Profit Network in the Peoria area, a network that facilitates the transformation of one company's waste, or by-product, into an industrial input for another company.  If you have waste or by-products, consider joining this network to see how you can reduce your costs.
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