home about clients interact markets partners publications services

 

Tom Bartkoski is director of international business development for World Business Chicago, which is a public/private economic development partnership in Chicago. He is responsible for foreign direct investment (FDI) and international data gathering. Bartkoski also assists foreign-based firms with all phases of location evaluation and site selection.

Before joining World Business Chicago in 1998, Bartkoski was a client services manager for real estate services firm Grubb & Ellis. Prior to Grubb & Ellis, he was a senior consultant with Deloitte & Touche Fantus Consulting. Bartkoski served in several positions within the economic development department of the city of Dallas.

He also held land-use planning positions with the city of Wichita Falls, Texas and Johnson County, Kan. Bartkoski received his bachelor’s in urban affairs from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and his master’s in urban planning from the University of Kansas. He is a certified economic developer (CecD).

In part one of a three-part Q&A, Bartkoski sat down with international expert Michael Muth to discuss economic development in Chicago and what role World Business Chicago plays. 5 September, 2006

In part two of a three-part Q&A, Bartkoski sat down with international expert Michael Muth to discuss how well Chicago fares against other major cities. 12 September, 2006

In part three of a three-part Q&A, Bartkoski sat down with international expert Michael Muth to discuss the importance of O’Hare to foreigners, Chicago culture, coastal concerns and the benefits of international trips. 19 September, 2006


This site was last updated 3 August, 2010

 

footer