• Lafayette Town Hall: INsiders Part 1

    We dive into a special INsiders panel with a live studio audience. We discuss what’s fueling growth in Greater Lafayette, and challenges the region is facing.

  • Lafayette Town Hall: INsiders Part 2

    A new group of? INsiders ?weighs-in on a huge milestone Purdue is embarking on… 150 years. We look at what’s fueling innovation and entrepreneurship, and the school’s role in economic development in the region and state and impact around the globe. 

  • Lafayette Town Hall: Discovery Park's $1B Plans

    The 450-acre Purdue?Discovery Park District is expected to attract more than $1 billion in investment over the next three decades. University and foundation leadership explain how it will be a magnet for industry thought leaders, faculty, staff and residents. It’s an innovation community of and for the future.

  • Lafayette Town Hall: The Tale of Two Mayors

    Lafayette and West Lafayette are business and industry hubs focused on investment, jobs and quality of place. The mayors of both cities discuss some transformational projects, and their vision for the future.

  • Lafayette Town Hall: Wabash Heartland Innovation Network

    You’ve heard of Silicon Valley and Research Triangle, but what about Data Decagon? The Wabash Heartland Innovation Network is hoping to coin the term by partnering with 10 counties and making it the global epicenter for digital agriculture and next-generation manufacturing.

  • Lafayette Town Hall: GE Aviation Engine Facility

    Three years ago, the $100 million GE Aviation Lafayette Engine Facility opened for business. It’s part of Indiana’s growing aviation and aerospace profile. A new plant leader is in place to ramp up production and increase the head count.

  • Lafayette Town Hall: Subaru of Indiana

    Almost 30 years ago Subaru of Indiana Automotive rolled out its first vehicle in Lafayette. Today the sprawling plant relies on people and robots to produce hundreds of thousands of units annually.

  • Lafayette Town Hall: Purdue President Mitch Daniels

    Inside INdiana Business is on the road this week, coming to you from Greater Lafayette known for two great cities and one great university. We start the conversation with the Governor turned university president, who has wasted no time in getting down to business, whether it’s education or the economy.

  • Senior LPGA Returns to French Lick

    The field is set, and 81 of the best women golfers in the world will hit the links in French Lick. We preview the second-annual Senior LPGA Championship at the Pete Dye Course.

  • Conner Prairie Boosts STEM Efforts

    A grant from Duke Energy Foundation is helping Conner Prairie show elementary-aged students how STEM fits into Indiana’s rich past. Conner Prairie’s CEO explains how the outreach program works.

  • Inside New Healthcare Tech Startup Olio

    Carmel-based Olio has found a way to be HIPPA-compliant and close the communication loop between hospitals and therapists. Kylie Veleta has details in the Business of Health.

  • Pitney Bowes' High-Tech Super Center

    As e-commerce demand continues to grow, so does Pitney Bowes’ distribution operations in Indiana. We take you inside a new high-tech fulfillment super center in Greenwood and share plans for hundreds of new jobs. 

  • Regional Cities Results

    Ball State has released phase two of a study that looks at the Regional Cities Initiative. Is it fueling quality-of-place improvements? Ball State’s Beth Neu and Greater Fort Wayne Inc. CEO Eric? Doden provide some answers.

  • Zipp Marks 30 Years

    Indianapolis might be known as the racing capital of the world when it comes to motorsports, but it also has a leg up on bicycles. Zipp Speed Weaponry builds high performance wheels seen on the biggest stages, like the Tour de France. We go inside the high-tech world of wheels.

  • Sweetwater's Massive Regional Impact

    Sweetwater continues to hit high notes. The Fort Wayne-based musical equipment dealer unveils a $76 million plan to expand and add 1,000 jobs. Founder Chuck Surack shares details, and what it says about northeast Indiana.

  • Site Selection Series: Data Analytics

    In the second of our four-part (i) on Economic Development series, Taking a Deeper Dive into Site Selection, leadership from KSM Location Advisors will look at how advances in Data Analytics are making the site selection process more effective.

  • Orbis Addressing Healthcare Worker Shortage with Universities

    Orbis Education is working with universities across the country to address the growing shortage of healthcare workers. We discuss how the program is working for Marian University, and how Orbis continues to grow.

  • One-on-One with Pacers Head Coach Nate McMillan

    Indiana Pacers Head Coach Nate McMillan recently signed a multi-year contract extension and says he’s focused on the future for the blue and gold. Bill Benner sits down with the coach to talk about the season ahead and his journey from North Carolina to Indiana.

  • New AR Tools Offer Surgical Guidance

    Researchers at Purdue University have developed a unique approach that allows experienced surgeons and physicians to help less-experienced doctors in war zones perform complicated procedures. In the Business of Health, see how augmented reality is making it possible.

  • KAR Auction Services HQ Update

    KAR Auction Services says construction is on-schedule for its $80 million global headquarters project in Carmel. We take you on a tour of the state-of-the-art campus and share plans to fill hundreds of new positions.

  • Behind the Gates at Crane Part 4: Unique Value

    We conclude our four-part Behind the Gates at Crane series with a look at how the joint navy-army installation provides a unique value to the Department of Defense and Indiana.

  • Fail Fest Wabash Valley Returns

    A popular event that seeks to change the way Hoosiers talk, think and react to failure returns to Terre Haute. We preview Fail Fest Wabash Valley.

  • Beck's Hybrids on the Future of AgTech

    Is Ag-Tech Indiana’s next big thing? There’s lots of momentum in the space including the first Forbes Ag Tech Summit in the Midwest visiting Indy. Beck’s Hybrids President Scott Beck weighs-in.

  • INsiders: Harrison College Closing, Amazon Shortlist, New High Alpha HQ

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Harrison College closing its doors with little notice and Greenwood is on Amazon’s shortlist for a new distribution center.

  • Riverside High School Opens

    The former Heslar Naval Armory in Indianapolis now has a new use. After a more than $10 million renovation, it is home to Riverside High School. Leaders fromIndianapolis Classical School discuss the need for a sister school to Herron High School.

  • IU Health Car T-Cell Therapy

    There is only one doctor in Indiana using a cutting-edge treatment called CAR T-Cell therapy on patients with certain cancers. The therapy is remarkable because it’s only a single treatment and patients are showing great success.

  • Downtown Indy Inc Turns 25

    Downtown Indy Inc. is celebrating a huge milestone: its silver anniversary. Current President Sherry Seiwert and Founding President Tamara Zahn share some of downtown’s defining moments over the past 25 years, and look ahead to key projects.

  • Culture Matters: Katz, Sapper & Miller

    One of the state’s largest accounting and consulting firms has been around for more than 75 years. We take you inside Katz, Sapper & Miller in this month’s Culture Matters. 

  • Behind the Gates at Crane Part 3

    Part three of our Behind the Gates at Crane series continues with a look at the increasing role of women at Crane. Since 1941, women have been an important part of the world’s 3rd-largest naval installation.

  • Emplify, Sigstr Land Funding

    A New Jersey venture capital firm pumped nearly $12 million into two growing Hoosier tech companies. The CEOs of Emplify and Sigstr discuss the new infusion of capital, and what it will be used for.

  • Pacers, Salesforce Partner to Boost Fan Experience

    Pacers Sports & Entertainment is teaming up with Salesforce to create the ‘Ultimate Fan Experience.’ The goal is to personally engage with fans across digital touchpoints, including email, social media, advertising and customer service.

  • Finch Creek Fieldhouse Preview

    The Finch Creek Fieldhouse in Noblesville says it's treating youth sports just like the big leagues! We give you a glimpse inside the new $24 million multi-sports facility, just ahead of its grand opening.

  • WFYI Chief Retiring

    Longtime WFYI President and CEO Lloyd Wright is preparing to retire after 30 years at the helm. In our (i) on Education report, he shares why educational initiatives have been a priority for him and the PBS station.

  • Inside KetoLuxe

    A health scare forced the owners of a Columbus gourmet marshmallow company to rethink their brand, while they transformed their lives. In the Business of Health, meet the women behind KetoLuxe…a new line of sugar-free, low-carb and gluten-free treats, spices and foods.

  • Trendiana: Hispanic Heritage Month

    As Hispanic Heritage Month gets underway, our Trendiana segment focuses on some of the best eats around the state from tamales and tortas to empanadas and enchiladas.

  • Behind the Gates at Crane Part 2

    Our month-long series behind the gates at Naval Support Activity Crane continues. This week we look at Crane’s economic impact estimated at more than $2B annually.

  • MonoSol Breaks Ground in Lebanon

    The manufacturer of a water-soluble film used in popular detergent pods just broke ground on its fourth location in Indiana. We talk with some of the major players behind MonoSol’s $72 million Lebanon project.

  • Financial Crisis 10 Years Later

    It’s been 10 years since the nation’s financial meltdown…the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Millions of Americans lost their homes, the unemployment rate skyrocketed and Indiana made headlines for both. So where are we today? We get some answers that might surprise you.

  • INsiders; Next Level Connections, Brickyard, Colts Opener

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on the Governor rolling out a $1 billion infrastructure plan that he says will improve quality of life statewide, and it’s a big weekend for motorsports and football fans.

  • Avondale Meadows Middle School Opens

    Nearly 200 middle school students are walking the halls of a new $5 million facility on Indy’s east side. In our (i) on Education report, we take you inside Avondale Meadows Middle School.

  • INnovators: Blake's Seed Based

    Two IU MBA students are taking on the nut-free food industry with their healthy, seed-based snack bars. In the INnovators with Dr. K, he talks with one of the co-founders of Blake’s Seed Based about rebranding the company and adding new products.

  • Endangered Species Chocolate Introduces New Product

    Charitable chocolate company Endangered Species Chocolate has been on a roll since setting up shop in central Indiana 13 years ago, now producing some 25 million bars annually. We talk growth and its latest product focused on saving African elephants.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Expansion Plan

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana already serves more than 1,200 youth each year, and a new $1.8 million building will help expand services and eventually help even more kids.

  • Behind the Gates at Crane Series Part 1

    Inside Indiana Business goes behind the gates of Naval Support Activity Crane, the third largest naval base in the world, with more than 5,000 employees. Our month-long series kicks off with a look at “Workforce Opportunities” at Indiana’s only federal lab.

  • Future of 5G Plan in Indiana

    Indianapolis could be the 7th city in the country to get 5G technology from AT&T. How some say Indiana is helping shape the future of 5G.

  • Gov. Outlines $1B in Infrastructure Projects

    Indiana is making a huge investment in infrastructure to support quality of life. Governor Eric Holcomb stops by to talk about his ambitious $1 billion Next Level Connections initiative, and how he plans to pay for it.

  • KingCal Meals Startup Sees Growth

    Two brothers are helping people of all fitness levels eat healthier, one meal at a time. The owners of Carmel-based KingCal Meals discuss sourcing locally for their young business and plans for expansion.

  • Butler College of Ed's New Space

    Butler University’s College of Education needed more space and found it just a few blocks away at the Christian Theological Seminary. In our (i) on Education segment, Dean Ena Shelley discusses the benefits of the move.

  • One-on-One with Colts Coach Frank Reich Pt. 2

    The preseason is over, and now the Colts are looking ahead to the home opener. In part two, of Bill Benner’s one-on-one interview with Head Coach Frank Reich, we look at the season ahead and how his love for football runs in the family.

  • Site Selection Pt. 1: Are Tax Incentives Good or Bad?

    Are tax breaks and other incentives a good use of public dollars to promote economic development? Our (i) on Economic Development report with KSM Location Advisors explore in the first of a 4-part series called “Taking a Deeper Dive into Site Selection.”