• Elkhart Town Hall: INsiders Part 1

    It’s a special INsiders coming to you from Elkhart with a live studio audience. We weigh-in on Elkhart’s past and current economic climate, workforce development and talent attraction.

  • Elkhart Town Hall: INsiders Part 2

    A new crop of INsiders join us to talk about challenges and opportunities and Elkhart’s vision for the future.

  • Elkhart Town Hall: Vibrant Communities

    Vibrant Communities is a countywide planning effort that has been an educational force for understanding the concepts of identity, pride and quality of place. We discuss county projects that are feeding regional growth, and the successes and outcomes from Vibrant Communities so far.

  • Elkhart Town Hall: Regional Cooperation

    Regional cooperation is beginning to develop in northern Indiana. Elkhart, South Bend, Mishawaka, Goshen have long operated on their own, but now, there’s an effort to work together to make the region stronger. 

  • Elkhart Town Hall: Diversifying Its Economy

    There's more than the RV industry in Elkhart. We visit with the CEOs of supply chain provider Kem Krest and corrugated box manufacturer Welch Packaging to talk about expansion and future growth.

  • Elkhart Town Hall: ETHOS Innovation Center

    Can a center teaching children about science help solve the worker shortage? Leadership behind the ETHOS Innovation Center say yes. We take you inside the sprawling campus where STEM is king! 

  • Elkhart Town Hall: Quality of Place Initiatives

    The $300 million Elkhart River District is well on its way to becoming a live, work, play destination. From an Aquatics Center to apartments and condos and retail, city and county leaders hope it will be a magnet for talent.

  • Elkhart Town Hall: Booming RV Industry

    Inside INdiana Business is on the road coming to you from the RV Capital of the World...Elkhart!  RV is big business for manufacturers, suppliers and the entire region. We talk to some of the industry’s major players, including longtime manufacturer Lippert and newcomer Furrion.

  • INsiders: HG Ventures, Gen Con's Back, Ft. Wayne Boon

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Indianapolis-based, privately held portfolio of companies launching a corporate venture arm, a party supply company is making a bet on downtown Ft. Wayne and Gen Con is back.

  • Purdue Neurotrauma Group Tackling Football Injuries

    The Purdue Neurotrauma Group is looking for ways to make football safer for players of all ages. Two of the men leading the effort discuss what can be done to reduce injuries. 

  • Salesforce Opens Ohana Floor

    Salesforce.com debuted the final unfinished portion of its downtown Indianapolis regional headquarters. The Ohana Floor, a hospitality and event area for employee, customer and partner functions, is located on the 47th floor of Salesforce Tower.

  • New Graduation Pathways

    The Indiana State Board of Education has approved a new graduation pathway, aimed at giving students a more tailored approach to graduating without relying on passing standardized tests. We talk about how a new policy will help students complete the new diploma requirements.

  • Zimmer Biomet Aids Knee-Replacements in Guatemala

    About half-a-million dollars worth of Indiana-made orthopedic devices are now in Central America to support a unique mission. Zimmer Biomet is supplying artificial knees for doctors to perform total knee replacements at two hospitals in Guatemala.

  • New LUNA Language President Talks Need for Cultural Training

    For 17 years, LUNA Language Services has offered translation services in more than 200 spoken languages and American Sign Language. New President Marina Waters talks about the need for cultural training as employers embrace multicultural communities. 

  • Heritage Group Launches HG Ventures

    The Heritage Group is adding to its innovation culture by launching a corporate venture arm. A former Duke University innovation and entrepreneurship vice provost is leading the new initiative and shares why the timing is right for the company and Indiana. 

  • Notre Dame IDEA Center's Startup Success

    Notre Dame's IDEA Center blows away expectations for student and faculty startups in its first year of operation. Find out what's fueling the innovation and entrepreneurship, and how the center is helping build a regional startup ecosystem.

  • Evansville Medical Campus Ready to Open

    The long-awaited medical campus in downtown Evansville is just days away from opening. We give you a sneak peek at Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, and tell you why it is transformative for the city and southwest Indiana.

  • (i) on Economic Development: Labor Shortage

    One of the biggest issues in economic development continues to be finding workers. Leadership from KSM Location Advisors weigh-in on how the issue is impacting the ability to bring new projects to Indiana.

  • Inside Big Woods Hard Truth Hills

    A new attraction is now open in Brown County, marking a beer and spirits maker's continued growth throughout southwest central and central Indiana. Big Woods Hard Truth Hills is a $10 million, 325-acre destination.

  • IWIT Championship Preview

    The best women golfers in the world will be in Indiana for the Indy Women in Tech Championship. We preview the event and explain its unique partnership pwith the IWIT Foundation to help inspire and empower women to pursue careersin tech.

  • New Higher Ed Reports

    The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has released two reports with good news for college and high school students. Commissioner Teresa Lubbers breaks down the results on college graduation rates and college preparedness. 

  • OurHealth Expanding to Cincy

    The nation’s largest near-site healthcare clinic network for employers plans to open multiple clinics in Cincinnati. OurHealth President and Co-founder Dr. Jeff Wells shares exclusive details about the expansion and impressive patient outcome results.

  • Culture Matters: United Way of Central Indiana

    The United Way of Central Indiana moved its headquarters just 10 blocks from where it had spent 25 years. The open concept has improved staff energy and pride. We take you inside the new high-tech, vibrant space in this month’s Culture Matters.

  • Elanco Spinoff Perspective

    Eli Lilly and Co. plans to spin off Greenfield-based Elanco Animal Health as a separate company.  UIndy Associate Professor of Finance?Matt?Will explains why he thinks the IPO decision is "long overdue."

  • PactSafe Secures Major Funding Round

    A former attorney took his legal expertise and launched a digital contract tech company three years ago. PactSafe CEO Brian Powers talks about a $5.5 million round of funding and what it means for Indiana’s growing VC scene.

  • Statewide Opioid Coalition, RALI Indiana

    Governor Holcomb calls for an ‘all hands-on deck’ approach to tackling the state’s opioid addiction crisis. A new statewide coalition of business and health leaders has been assembled, and Drug Czar Jim McClelland discusses the mission and implications for the business community.

  • INsiders: High Alpha Funding, College Grad Rates, Indy Lands Final Four

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we sound off on a venture studio victory…High Alpha raising more than $100 million, graduation rates at the college level are higher than ever and Indy scores another Final Four.

  • Exclusively @9 Attracting New Golfers

    The National Golf Foundation depicts a decline in on-course golf participation while off-course participation, like TopGolf, is growing. Two businessmen launchedExclusively @9 to attract more people and different demographics to play on-course, starting here in Indy at The Fort Golf Resort.

  • Clinic Adapting Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment

    Carmel-based dermatology clinic, Booth Dermatology, is the first in central Indiana to use a new high-tech treatment for non-melanoma skin cancer. Dr. Sally Booth says the new non-invasive treatment requires no scalpels, no cutting or no stitches and is designed to treat the two most common forms of skin cancer.

  • INnovators with Dr. K: Explore Interactive

    A Purdue start-up is getting ready to launch its first product allowing kids to use augmented reality on mobile devices to learn about STEM. In the INnovators with Dr. K, Explore Interactive company officials explain their vision to make play time a learning experience.

  • Apartment Complex to Get Makerspace

    The Maker Youth Foundation is taking its makerspace concept out of schools and into a once-troubled apartment complex. Leadership from the foundation explain how the learning and creativity lab will work, and if the concept could be a statewide and, perhaps, national model.

  • Kimball Electronics Details Fabrication Plant Impact

    Since Kimball Electronics acquired a manufacturing company two years ago, it has pumped $1.5 million into what is now a state-of-the-art operation. We take you inside the Indianapolis fabrication plant that features high-tech manufacturing capabilities.

  • Inside Infosys Foundation's Pathfinders Institute

    Teachers typically take a break from school in the summer, but hundreds went back to the classroom to learn about computer science at the inaugural Pathfinders Summer Institute. We explain how the Infosys Foundation is attacking the digital divide in the classroom.

  • High Alpha Raises $100M

    Venture studio High Alpha has raised more than $100 million to fuel the next generation of enterprise software. Co-founder Eric Tobias explains how this latest round of funding elevates Indy’s tech profile, and makes High Alpha one of the largest venture studios in the world.

  • INsiders: OCRA Funding, Kokomo Developments, Justice Center Construction

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we’re sounding off on a planned $26 million hotel, conference center and museum in downtown Kokomo, construction is underway on a justice center campus and a popular watering hole lands some funding.

  • Brown Co. Breaks Ground on New Concert Venue

    Nearly a decade ago, the Little Nashville Opry was destroyed by fire. Now ground has been broken for the new $12.5 million Maple Leaf Performing Arts Center in downtown Nashville.

  • Inside Grace College's New Science Complex

    Grace College in Winona Lake is ready to open its $8 million Dr. Dane Miller Science Complex. The college’s president and director of the Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams talk about the importance of investing in science and the complex’s innovative features.

  • FirstLight Addressing Growing 'Aging in Place' Trend

    Indiana’s elderly population is expected to jump from nearly 15 percent to more than 20 percent by 2035. FirstLight Home Care explains the challenges as the trend of “aging in place” grows. 

  • Purdue Breaks Giving, Research Records

    The cash register is humming at Purdue University after setting records for giving and research funding. Leadership discuss what’s behind the big numbers.

  • Telamon Growing Footprint Abroad

    One of the largest private-held companies in Indiana is growing its footprint abroad. Telamon Corp is opening a new manufacturing in Macedonia. CEO Stanley Chen talks about expanding to Europe, updating its Carmel HQ and a wireless acquisition.

  • Studio Science's New Leader

    Studio Science helps solve business problems through design. Its customers include big wigs like Exact Target, Interactive Intelligence and Angie's List. New CEO Steve Pruden explains why it’s the tech sector's best kept secret and growth plans.

  • Tariffs, NAFTA Potential Impact on Indiana

    Will new tariffs trigger a trade war and if so, what Hoosier industries stand to be most affected? Cummins CEO Tom Linebarger and the Indy Chamber’s Maureen Krauss weigh-in on what might be ahead.

  • Hotworx Debuts in Indiana

    It's billed as good for your skin, arthritis, muscle recovery, weight loss and more. We take you inside central Indiana's first 24-hour infrared fitness studio Hotworx.  

  • Longtime NFHS Leader Retiring

    After nearly 50 years leading high school athletics organizations and secondary education, National Federation of State High School Associations Executive Director Bob Gardner is getting ready to hang it up. Bill Benner sits down with the long-time educator and administrator.

  • Indy's Scooter Craze

    Electric scooters have taken over downtown Indy. While city officials are scrambling to regulate the disruptive technology, tech leaders say they are embracing the innovation.

  • DePauw Receives $20M Gift

    DePauw University says it produces people who change the world. In our (i) on Education, President Mark McCoy explains how a $20 million gift will support that mission by creating the new Sanger Leadership Initiative.

  • Trendiana: Agritourism

    Summer has arrived and Indiana's agritourism destinations are open for business. Yelp’s Brittany Smith takes us to dairy, honey and bison farms that are all part of a growing segment of the Hoosier economy in this month’s Trendiana segment.

  • Inside the White River Vision Plan

    Is the White River an underused asset? Can it be an economic development driver? Indianapolis and Hamilton County have kicked off a year-long masterplan to answer those questions and more. We dive into the White River Vision Plan.

  • The Speak Easy's New Leader

    Just two short years ago Julie Heath moved to Indy from the East Coast not knowing what was in store for her. Now she's leading the city's first coworking space The Speak Easy.

  • Indiana National Guard Economic Impact Report

    It’s more than military readiness and disaster assistance, the Indiana National Guard delivers economic impact statewide. Adjutant General Major General Courtney Carr pays us a visit to preview the guard's Economic Impact Study, and share news about robust cybersecurity initiatives.