• Ting Gootee is the chief investment officer for Elevate Ventures.

    Indiana Lags Behind Neighbors on VC Investment

    A new report from Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures says Indiana remains behind other states in the Midwest for venture capital investment. The 2018 Indiana Venture Report shows the state accounted for only 0.22 percent of all venture capital dollars last year. Ting Gootee, chief investment officer at Elevate, says while there is room to grow, Indiana is on the right path. In an interview with Inside INdiana Business, Gootee said a venture community requires different...

  • Holcomb is presenting the awards at the Statehouse.

    Hoosier Businesses Honored For Longevity

    The state is celebrating 65 companies and organizations throughout the state for their longevity in Indiana. Governor Eric Holcomb is presenting the Governor's Century or Half Century Business Award to each honoree for their service to their employees, community and state.

  • CNO Financial Names CFO and CMO

    CNO Financial Group, Inc. (NYSE: CNO) today named Paul  McDonough as chief financial officer and Rocco Tarasi as chief marketing officer. Both will transition into their new roles in April. 

  • Photo courtesy of Bradley Company

    Bradley Company to Lead Sale of Harrison Centre

    Bradley Company announced today that its Indianapolis office is the listing agent for Harrison Centre, a  61,477 sq. ft. office and retail building in the heart of Ft. Benjamin Harrison. The listing price for the 3.8 acre property is $5,990,000. 

  • (photos courtesy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway)

    Wheldon, Jenkins Named to IMS Hall of Fame

    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame is adding two big names. Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon and longtime broadcaster and IMS public address announcer Bob Jenkins have been elected to join the hall this year. 

  • (Image courtesy of Vectren Corp.)

    Vectren Receives Approval for New Solar Farm in Spencer County

    Evansville-based Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana has received approval from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to build a 50-megawatt universal solar array in Spencer County. The solar farm will be approximately 300 acres and will house nearly 150,000 solar panels.

  • Trine Expanding Health Science Facilities

    Trine University and Parkview Health have reached an agreement for the university to expand its Health Sciences Education Center in Fort Wayne into property adjacent to Trine's existing facility. Previously an eye surgery center, the new 8,900 square feet of space will house Trine University's surgical technology program as well as future programs planned in Trine's Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences. 

  • Caitlin Coffman, Founder/CEO MomentPath

    Childcare Software Receives Support of Innovate Indiana Fund

    Indianapolis-based child care software and day care app MomentPath has received an investment from the Innovate Indiana Fund. The fund, which supports an entrepreneurial environment in the state, has invested $150,000 in the company. The app offers scheduling, billing, curriculum planning and daily reports for parents and teachers. Founder and Chief Executive Officer Caitlin Coffman says MomentPath also builds confidence between teachers and parents. 

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  • Spin operates in 18 cities and three college campuses throughout the United States.

    Indy Approves Third Scooter Company

    Indianapolis has approved a third scooter company to operate in the city. Spin, which was acquired in November by Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) for $100 million, joins Bird and Lime in offering the service in the state's capital city. Spin was founded in San Francisco in 2016. It operates in 18 cities and three college campuses throughout the United States. Indianapolis approved Bird and Lime in September after the City-County Council approved regulations for shared electric scooter...

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    • Caitlin Coffman, Founder/CEO MomentPath

      Childcare Software Receives Support of Innovate Indiana Fund

      Indianapolis-based child care software and day care app MomentPath has received an investment from the Innovate Indiana Fund. The fund, which supports an entrepreneurial environment in the state, has invested $150,000 in the company. The app offers scheduling, billing, curriculum planning and daily reports for parents and teachers. Founder and Chief Executive Officer Caitlin Coffman says MomentPath also builds confidence between teachers and parents. 

    • Brian Dixon is the director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute.

      Startup Day Brings Federal, Local Officials Together

      Local, state and federal leaders gathered at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis this week to discuss innovations in healthcare and technology in Indiana. Indiana Startup Day included remarks from Ed Simcox, chief technology officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and also spotlighted seven Indiana healthcare startups. Brian Dixon, director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute, says the goal of the event was for federal officials...

    • Tim Day is the senior vice president of the Chamber Technology Engagement Center.

      Study: Rural Broadband Offers Billions to Indiana's Economy

      A study from an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce suggests Indiana could benefit significantly from having improved rural broadband access. "Unlocking the Digital Potential of Rural America" says Indiana could add more than $2 billion to its GDP each year if the entire rural community had broadband services. The study was conducted by the Chamber Technology Engagement Center.  In an interview with Inside INdiana Business Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman...

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  • Education

    • Caitlin Coffman, Founder/CEO MomentPath

      Childcare Software Receives Support of Innovate Indiana Fund

      Indianapolis-based child care software and day care app MomentPath has received an investment from the Innovate Indiana Fund. The fund, which supports an entrepreneurial environment in the state, has invested $150,000 in the company. The app offers scheduling, billing, curriculum planning and daily reports for parents and teachers. Founder and Chief Executive Officer Caitlin Coffman says MomentPath also builds confidence between teachers and parents. 

    • (photo courtesy of the University of Notre Dame)

      New Leader For Mendoza College of Business

      University of Notre Dame President John Jenkins has appointed K.J. Martijn Cremers dean of the Mendoza College of Business. Cremers has served in the role on an interim basis since last summer.

    • Jennifer McCormick is Indiana's Superintendent of Public Instruction.

      Senate Passes State Superintendent Bill

      The Indiana Senate has approved a bill that moves up the timeline for the governor to appoint the state's education leader. House Bill 1005 would make the state school superintendent job, which is an elected position, go away in January 2021 in favor of an appointed secretary of education.

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  • Manufacturing & Logistics

    • Metal Powder Products has Indiana operations in Noblesville and Campbellsburg.

      Manufacturer Growing Noblesville Operations

      Noblesville-based Metal Powder Products has announced plans to move a manufacturing division from Ohio to Hamilton County and add up to 80 jobs by 2020. The powder metallurgy product manufacturer says it will invest $1.5 million to increase production capacity in Indiana. The company currently employs more than 350 associates in its Noblesville and Washington County operations, and over 1,100 overall in the U.S. and China. MPP says it has already hired 51 employees as part of the...

    • Electroless Nickel from Franke Plating Company

      Northeast Indiana Plating Company Expanding

      Fort Wayne-based Franke Plating Works has announced plans to invest over $1 million to upgrade and expand its production facility east of downtown Fort Wayne. The third-generation-owned company will add new equipment and improve the facility near its headquarters. The company says the improvements will allow for additional flexibility and ability to produce a more diverse set of parts. The expansion will more than double the company's capacity. 

    • (photo courtesy of Subaru of Indiana Automotive)

      SIA Breaks Ground on Training Center

      Officials from Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette have broken ground on a new technical training center. The company says the 20,000-square-foot facility will double the size of its current training center. SIA did not say how much it is investing in the new facility. The technical training center will feature a simulated factor floor, up to six training robots, multiple assembly line simulators, classrooms, and a larger computer lab, among other amenities. 

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  • Life Sciences

    • Brian Dixon is the director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute.

      Startup Day Brings Federal, Local Officials Together

      Local, state and federal leaders gathered at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis this week to discuss innovations in healthcare and technology in Indiana. Indiana Startup Day included remarks from Ed Simcox, chief technology officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and also spotlighted seven Indiana healthcare startups. Brian Dixon, director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute, says the goal of the event was for federal officials...

    • Picture Courtesy: American Cancer Society

      ResearcHERS to Boost Women Fighting Cancer

      Indiana is taking part in an American Cancer Society effort looking to fuel women-led cancer research. ResearcHERS: Women Fighting Cancer aims to raise funds to support women researchers and boost programs to inspire the next generation of girls to pursue science careers. Organizers say they are looking for "ambassadors" to help meet the goal of raising $160,000 in the inaugural year of the program. Campaign co-chair Jill Geer, who is chief marketing officer at the American...

    • The company is not committing to any new jobs as part of the project.

      Lilly Seeks Tax Abatement on $90M Project

      Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NSYE: LLY) is seeking a nearly $10 million tax abatement for a $90 million project to build and equip a facility to house insulin research and production. A City-County Council committee Monday approved the proposal, with a full council vote set for next week. The company is not committing to any new jobs as part of the project. Lilly says the project will allow it to keep up with peak and backup capacity demands for insulin products.

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  • Health

    • Career Pathways Website Expands to Multiple States

      A career pathways initiative has received a nationwide boost. The Indiana Health Care Association/Indiana Center For Assisted Living has announced the expansion of CareForTheAging.org to 17 states.

    • (photo courtesy of Kentuckiana Medical Center)

      Job Fair Targeting Kentuckiana Medical Center Workers

      WorkOne will Thursday host a Healthcare Sector Job Fair in New Albany in an effort to assist soon-to-be displaced workers from the Kentuckiana Medical Center. The medical center's parent announced earlier this month the facility will close its doors before the end of April.

    • Brian Dixon is the director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute.

      Startup Day Brings Federal, Local Officials Together

      Local, state and federal leaders gathered at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis this week to discuss innovations in healthcare and technology in Indiana. Indiana Startup Day included remarks from Ed Simcox, chief technology officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and also spotlighted seven Indiana healthcare startups. Brian Dixon, director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute, says the goal of the event was for federal officials...

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  • Ag INnovation

    • More Families Earn Hoosier Homestead Awards

      More than 50 families from throughout the state have been recognized for operating longstanding farms. Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler have presented the latest Hoosier Homestead Awards, recognizing farms owned by the same family for more than 100 consecutive years.

    • Indy Students Running Cheese-Making Business

      Middle school students at Paramount Schools of Excellence in Indianapolis are getting a unique, hands-on entrepreneurial opportunity. With the help of school staff, the students are running a licensed dairy operation and hub for artisan cheeses, which is being featured at various high-profile restaurants, markets and bistros throughout the state. The mayor-sponsored charter school on the city's near east side has turned about an acre of its campus into a dairy farm.

    • State Seeks to Tap 'Tremendous Potential' of Hardwood Industry

      New investment and jobs that pay well above the state average are among the payoffs state officials see in a just-released hardwood strategy. The Indiana Hardwood Strategy will focus on business development, education and marketing in hopes of growing an industry valued at more than $10 billion annually and responsible for 70,000 jobs. Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler says a boost to the sector could benefit some areas of the state that face economic...
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  • Lindsay Maliqi

    USBA Adds Economic Development Specialist

    The U.S. Small Business Administration – Indiana District Office has hired Lindsay Maliqi as an economic development specialist. Maliqi recently returned from two years of Peace Corps service in Kosovo. She previously served as business development director for Morgan County Economic Development Corp. and promoting exports for the Indiana State Department of Agriculture and Ohio Development Services Agency. Maliqi will be part of a team performing outreach across the state ...
  • Eric Mehl

    Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation Hires Facilities Director

    Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation has named Eric Mehl recreation and facilities director. Mehl has worked with CCPR for nine years and most recently served as the Monon Community Center assistant director. He will be responsible for logistics and operations throughout the park system. He previously served in key roles with the Sea Dragons swim team and helped design the activity pool play structure in The Waterpark. Mehl holds a degree from Ohio State University. 
  • Catherine Benson

    Trine Names Ketner School Dean

    Trine University in Angola has selected Catherine Benson as dean of the Ketner School of Business. Benson, who currently serves as chair of the school and director of golf management at the university, will begin her new role in June. Benson is also an assistant professor at Trine. She succeeds Toby Swick, who has served in the role since 2016 and will transition to chair for the Ketner School in June.

  • Rob Schmiedel

    Do It Best Makes Promotions

    Fort Wayne-based Do It Best has promoted Sara Loyall (pictured) retail technology specialist. The company also moved three senior sales and business development leaders into new roles. Rob Schmiedel (pictured) has been named sales operations manager, Greg Fuller national sales manager and John Wade strategic account manager.

  • Rob Bellucci

    Commonwealth Engineers Names Managers, Promotes Partners

    Indianapolis-based Commonwealth Engineers has hired Melanie Radcliff-Douglas (pictured) business development manager. She previously worked as the regional director stakeholders and elected officials in southern Indiana. Commonwealth also named Lauren Varga Northwest Indiana business development manager. She served as the regional director for stakeholders and elected officials in northern Indiana. The company promoted three staff members to partner.

  • Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business Names Dean

    The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame has promoted K.J. Martijn Cremers dean. He has served as interim dean since July. Cremer, who is from the Netherlands, is also the Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance.

  • Director appointed to lead Indiana State Climate Office

    The Indiana State Climate Office at Purdue University has named Beth Hall director. She previously served as the Midwestern Regional Climate Center's director which served stakeholder climate needs across a nine-state region. Hall graduated from Indiana University.

  • Susan Elrod

    IU South Bend Names Chancellor

    Susan Elrod has been named chancellor of Indiana University South Bend. She will step into her new role on July 1, subject to formal approval by the IU Board of Trustees. Elrod currently serves as the provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She is a nationally recognized leader and scholar in STEM higher education programs and institutional change.

  • Joe Cudby

    Indiana Office of Technology Hires Chief Technology Officer

    The Indiana Office of Technology has added Joe Cudby as its chief technology officer. He is originally from England and last worked at Managed Housing in Washington, D.C.

  • Growth Coach Taps New President

    Cincinnati-based Growth Coach has named Lisa Hudson president. She is the company's first woman president. Hudson previously launched her own Growth Coach franchise serving Carmel and Noblesville in 2015.

  • Rocco Tarasi

    CNO Financial Adds Two Leaders

    CNO Financial Group named Paul McDonough chief financial officer and Rocco Tarasi chief marketing officer. McDonough most recently served as executive vice president and chief financial officer for OneBeacon Insurance Group. Tarasi last worked as vice president of finance and operations for Bankers Life.

  • Jessica Bullitt

    Collective Alternative Adds to Growing Team

    Indianapolis-based Collective Alternative has added Jessica Bullitt as an account coordinator. She is recent Purdue University graduate. Collective Alternative, a full-service marketing, advertising and public relations firm located in Ft. Benjamin Harrison.

  • Greenwood CEO Named Small Business Person of the Year

    The chief executive officer of a Greenwood-based company has been named the 2019 Small Business Person of the Year for Indiana. U.S. Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon announced Monday this year's winners from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam.   Casey Wright is the CEO of Wright's Gymnastics Academy and Ninja Zone.

  • Centier Bank Makes Two Hires

    Centier Bank has added Glenn Peterson and Tony Hobbs to its staff. Peterson is branch manager and assistant vice president serving out of the bank’s Elkhart North location. He has over 25 years of retail banking experience. Hobbs is a mortgage loan originator at Centier's Zionsville branch. He also has over 25 years of mortgage and banking experience.

  • Lindsay Taylor

    WGU Hires Strategic Partnership Manager

    WGU Indiana has added Lindsay Taylor as strategic partnership manager. She previously worked at The Princeton Review as manager of outreach to promote their private tutoring, test prep and college admissions services. Taylor holds a communications degree from the University of Indianapolis.

  • Alex Pesak

    Well Done Marketing Adds Designer

    Indianapolis-based Well Done Marketing has added designer Alex Pesak to the team. Pesak will work directly with the creative team and account executives to create visual concepts for print and digital materials that communicate clients’ ideas to consumers. She has served as lead designer and junior developer at Recon Media, and was art director for One14 Design. Pesak holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Indianapolis. 

  • Ross Raifsnider

    Indy Chamber Adds Raifsnider

    The Indy Chamber recently has hired veteran sales executive Ross Raifsnider to bolster its efforts in membership growth and engagement as the vice president of Membership Sales for the organization. Raifsnider will lead a team dedicated to connecting employers of the Indianapolis Region to the resources they need to be successful through a network of nearly 2,000 member businesses and organizations.

  • Brok Lahrman

    Lake City Bank Hires Senior VP

    Warsaw-based Lake City Bank has named Brok Lahrman senior vice president of finance and chief accounting officer. He is a former senior manager at BKD in Fort Wayne. Lake City Bank is the fourth largest bank headquartered in the state.    

  • Dennis Tackitt

    IPS Hires Chief of Transformation

    Indianapolis Public Schools has named Dennis Tackitt as the district’s chief of transformation. He previously served for 20 years as the chief financial officer for Wayne Township Schools. In this newly created position, Tackitt is responsible for implementing strategic transformation projects for areas including public information, security, financial operations and accounting, transportation, facilities, food service and information technology.  

  • Gerald Shively

    Purdue Promotes Professor Associate Dean

    Purdue University has named long-time professor Gerald Shivley associate dean and director of the College of Agriculture's International Programs in Agriculture. He has been an agricultural economics professor at Purdue for more than two decades. International Programs in Agriculture assists and facilitates international experiences, collaborative relationships, and projects that aid faculty and staff, undergraduate and graduate students and international visitors.

  • Marsha Hufford

    The Farmers Bank Promotes Hufford

    Frankfort-based The Farmers Bank has advanced Marsha Hufford to branch manager. She has worked for the bank since 2013. Hufford has served in various positions including main office teller, vault teller, operations and most recently as teller supervisor at the Kirklin Branch.

  • Edmond Bendaly

    Family LifeCare Promotes Bendaly

    Family LifeCare in Marion elevated Edmond Bendaly to chief medical officer. He most recently served as associate medical director. Bendaly is currently practicing at Marion General Hospital Cancer Center in Marion.

  • Ellen Neiers

    Pivot Hires Public Relations Specialist

    Pivot Marketing has added Ellen Neiers as public relations specialist. She recently worked at Capture Sports Marketing. Neiers was responsible for coordinating the marketing efforts for the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. In just three-and-a-half years, Neiers earned her dual degree in Public Relations and English Writing at Marquette University.  She is involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

  • Michael Vetter

    Newfields Names Vetter Assistant Curator

    Newfields has named Michael Vetter assistant curator of contemporary art. In his new role, Vetter says he will make and implement a plan for reinstalling the permanent collection for The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s contemporary art program.    Vetter will also be responsible for outdoor sculpture commissions in The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres. 

  • Ray LaHood

    Former Congressman to Chair NiSource Review Board

    Former U.S. Congressman and Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood will chair the new Quality Review Board for Merrillville-based NiSource Inc. The board is an independent body formed to provide oversight and governance over the company's implementation of its Safety Management Systems. NiSource operates utilities across seven states in the U.S., including the Northern Indiana Public Service Corp.

  • Jenni White

    Trinity Haven Hires First Employee

    Trinity Haven has named Jenni White executive director. She most recently served as vice president of mission impact at Coburn Place. White has also worked in various capacities with the Damien Center and Leadership Evansville. She is active with the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Indianapolis Continuum of Care.

  • Matt Weiberg

    FirstPerson Hires Managing Director

    FirstPerson has added Matt Weiberg as managing director. He most recently served as a HCM account executive at Paylocity. Weiberg has more than 10 years of experience in business development and leadership.

  • Kai Chuck

    City of Westfield Appoints Chuck

    The city of Westfield has appointed Kai Chuck to a newly-created position, global business development. He has more than 10 years of experience in international economic development. Chuck most recently served as director of Asia & Automotive Development at the Indiana Economic Development Corp., where he secured capital investment and created jobs.

  • Andrea Farmer

    Hirons Hires Senior VP

    Indianapolis-based Hirons has hired Andrea Farmer as senior vice president of strategic communications and account services. She has 15 years of marketing and communications experience. Farmer previously served as associate director of strategic initiatives at the NCAA.

  • Kurtis Baumgartner

    Carmel Parks Announces Assistant Director

    Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation has tapped Kurtis Baumgartner as the department’s assistant director. He has worked with the agency for nine years and most recently served as the Monon Community Center director.

  • Holli Seabury

    Ft Wayne CEO Named to Delta Dental Post

    The Delta Dental Foundation has chosen Ft Wayne-based doctor Holli Seabury as executive director. She was previously CEO of McMillan Health.

  • Linda Calvin

    Ivy Tech Community College Names Vice President

    Ivy Tech Community College has named Linda Calvin as vice president for information technology. She will provide professional leadership in the development of quality standards and consistency in academic courses, training, and other programs to serve the information technology sector. Calvin currently works at Stanley Security.

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      The Indiana Office of Tourism Development has a new director. Misty Weisensteiner is no stranger to the tourism world in Indiana. She most recently served in a similar role for the Orange County Economic Development Partnership. Guest Host Executive Director for the Indiana Tourism Association Carrie Lambert asks Misty about her vision and top priorities for the state’s tourism efforts.

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      Aramark to End Operations at Butler

      Aramark Educational Services LLC has detailed plans to lay off 200 workers in Indianapolis. In a notice to the state, the company says the decision is the result of Butler University not renewing its contract to provide food services on the campus.

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