• hc1's Opioid Dashboard

    Indianapolis-based hc1.com has developed a revolutionary cloud-based information service that can instantly deliver information on misuse and abuse of opioids. In the Business of Health, the CEO explains how the Opioid Dashboardworks.

  • InsideOut Initiative

    The InsideOut Initiative, in partnership with the Indianapolis Colts and the NFL Foundation, the IHSAA Foundation, is trying to take the message into schools that there is much more to be valued from sports participation than a victorious outcome or the pursuit of a college scholarship or pro career.

  • Financial Literacy Initiative for HS

    Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has launched a statewide education program for high school students. She joins us in (i) on Education to talk about financial literacy for the future.

  • (i) on Economic Development: Top Deals of 2017

    Leadership from KSM Location Advisors discuss the biggest Indiana economic development stories of the year and take a look at what we can expect in 2018.

  • Infosys Providing CS Boost

    Infosys Foundation USA has created a new program to address "one of the biggest gaps" in education… computer science training. We tell you about the Pathfinders Summer Institute.

  • ISU Outgoing President

    17 years as a university president on 2 campuses, ISU President Dan Bradley is retiring. He shares some big accomplishments under his leadership in Terre Haute and looks to the future.

  • AXISCADES Selects Columbus for HQ

    It’s a big win for the city of Columbus as high-tech engineering firm AXISCADES selects the Bartholomew County city for its North American headquarters. A company exec shares why Columbus and Indiana are a good fit.

  • Record Tourism Numbers

    Indiana tourism continues to break records. A new report shows a record 79 million people visited the Hoosier stateand spent a record $12.2 billion in 2016. And things are not slowing down.

  • INsiders: Subaru, Fishers Economic Development, Food & Beverage Tax

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Subaru of Indiana making another major investment, a record year for economic development in Fishers and support is growing for a proposed food and beverage tax hike in Bloomington.

  • IU Raising the Bar

    Donors to the Indiana University Foundation’s ambitious fundraising campaign have been so generous, the goal has been raised. 

  • Indiana 25

    Indiana’s bicentennial celebration was an opportunity to select and celebrate some of the state’s greatest sports stories in a special book. Bill Benner talks with the man behind the Indiana 25 project.

  • Inside the Global Orphan Foundation

    Half of the children living in orphanages in the Congo will not make it to their 5th birthday due to poor nutrition. The Global Orphan Foundation’s insect farming program could be an answer to world hunger.

  • Big Ten Football Preview

    The seventh Big Ten Football Championship game is bringing tens of thousands of fans to Indy this weekend. That’s good news for hotels, restaurants and bars. Leaders close to the big game have more on the economic impact.

  • Commercial Real Estate Update

    Indiana’s commercial real estate market has been on fire. Will the trend continue in 2018? We check in with Cushman & Wakefield’s Jason Tolliver on what’s fueling the markets.

  • GE's Digital Twins

    The ‘Internet of Things’ is making critical data a whole lot easier to access at GE Aviation’s Lafayette Engine facility.“Digital twins” or computerized, electronic replicas of the engines are able to capture about 2,000 critical characteristics from performance to maintenance issues.

  • Myles Turner App

    An Indiana Pacers star will soon be teaching aspiring basketball players from around the globe by virtue of a new app. Center Myles Turner is one of the athletes featured on Star Vizn, a mobile online training platform where youths, adults, athletes, future entrepreneurs and aspiring entertainers can learn how to better their craft.

  • Fishers Finishing Strong

    Fishers is finishing 2017 strong with yet another jobs announcement. Mayor Scott Fadness provides details on Flexware Innovation’s expansion plans, a record 2017 in economic development deals and other high-profile projects.

  • Zionsville Scores Little League HQ

    After a 14-month process, Little League International has selected Zionsville as its new central region headquarters. Bill Benner talks with Zionsville’s Mayor and a Little League exec about the potential impact. 

  • New Graduation Rate Report

    Indiana’s high school graduation rates are on the rise, but they could certainly be better. In our (i) on Education report, the results of a new report on what Hoosier teens need for success in high school.

  • (i) on Economic Development: High-Profile Sporting Events

    Indy has enjoyed a long history of successfully hosting high-profile sporting events from the’87 Pan Am Games to Super Bowl 47… and more recently landing the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship Game. But what is the economic impact of these events beyond the games? 

  • Lessonly Lands More Funding

    More than 1 million people are now using Indy startup Lessonly’s learning software. The platform has just landed $8M in funding, and CEO Max Yoder believes more venture capital is headed to Indiana.

  • BoxUp Gearing up for Holiday Season

    With all the hype surrounding the subscription box industry and giants like BirchBox and Stitch Fix, aTerre Haute company has found a sweet spot.  How BoxUp is gearing up for the holiday e-commerce season and growth.

  • Agrinovus Funding & Innovation Summit Preview

    The Lilly Endowment has awarded the state's food and ag innovation initiative a $4 million grant. Leadership from AgriNovus Indiana and Elanco discuss how the funding will support talent initiatives and an upcoming summit.

  • New State Health Commissioner

    She spent more than 30 years as an OB-GYN at Community Health Network and now has a new job as the state health commissioner. In the Business of Health, we chat with Dr. Kristina Box about her new role and priorities.

  • 2017 Holiday Shopping Outlook

    One of the busiest shopping weekends of the year is upon us! From Black Friday and door buster sales to online shopping and free shipping. Purdue Retail Expert Richard Feinberg gives us hisannual shopping forecast.

  • Insiders: Sunday Alcohol Sales, Venture Capital, Indy Celebrates Richard Lugar

    Each week a group of Insiders offer perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we’re sounding off on stunning developments in the long-running debate over Sunday alcohol sales, could more venture capital be flowing into Indiana and Indy celebrates the legacy of Richard Lugar.

  • Kids Building Bikes Program Fuses STEM and Fitness

    Kids Building Bikes provides students with a hands-on opportunity to learn the fundamentals of bicycle maintenance and repair. Throughout the multi session program students will gain confidence and a foundation for independence while learning project management and critical thinking skills as we introduce a variety of STEM based principles that can be learned from working with the bicycle.

  • INnovators: Aubry Lane

    Aubry Lane is a first of its kind safety technology and fashion company. It was founded to help provide a new market to provide safety to women and children using a fashionable container. The Indy startup designs and manufacturers quality leather handbags. Each comes specially equipped with a hidden GPS tracker and SOS button that, once activated, allows the wearer to be reached virtually anywhere.

  • Ascus Biosciences Pioneering an Emerging Science

    Indianapolis tech start-up Ascus is pioneering an emerging science, Endomicrobial Ecology, that uses a natural approach to improve animal health and performance. It’s being driven by former Elanco VP of Global Research and Development William Weldon. Endomicrobial Ecology harvests the natural microbiota that already exists in an animal’s system. The research is driving the science behind Ascus’ first product which will launch in Argentina in 2018.

  • Inside Crossroads Education LLC

    Kevin Michael Berkopes, a mathematician in the School of Science at IUPUI, has launched an education and logistics tech company called Crossroads Education LLC. The startup creates innovative, collaborative learning spaces and the tech that drives and supports them. The company’s model constructs education around multiple access points, including a differentiation between students’ first access and second access to content.

  • Easley Winery Expansion Plans

    A growing Indianapolis winery is celebrating a multi-million-dollar expansion and a major production milestone. Easley Winery, which was founded in 1974, this week surpassed 200,000 gallons of wine produced in a calendar year for the first time. The winery has also invested $2 million to double production capacity with a new, fully-automated bottling line.

  • Sunday Alcohol Sales Truce

    The Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers and the Indiana Retail Council have come together on a slate of policy agreements they say would strengthen the state's alcohol laws. The organizations say they are supporting legalizing carry-out Sunday alcohol sales, while opposing the expansion of the sale of cold beer.

  • Around Indiana: Moving Forward Affordable Housing Program

    An intensive two-day workshop on bringing affordable housing and transportation to East Chicago has just wrapped up. The Moving Forward program currently has four affordable housing developments underway across the state: in Fort Wayne, Bloomington, Indianapolis and Lafayette.

  • Inside INnovation: Center for Intellectual Property Research

    The Center for Intellectual Property Research, in partnership with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, operates two pro bono IP legal services aimed to help Indiana solo inventors, entrepreneurs, non-profits and some small businesses in need. Patent Connect matches Indiana inventors who need pro bono patent and trademark services with volunteer attorneys.

  • INsiders: Record Development Numbers, Governor's 2018 Agenda, Toll Roads

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on a record year for economic development in Indiana, the Governor outlines his 2018 agenda and could more toll roads be in our future?

  • ESPN Founder Returns to DePauw

    A television network devoted to exclusively to sports 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Who would have thought? Well, DePauw University graduate Bill Rasmussen did. He’s been on campus at DePauw this week discussing ESPN and the battle for the Monon Bell.

  • Marian Receives Big Gift

    Marian University has pushed past the half-way point of its $150 million capital campaign thanks to a gift from Hoosier speaker manufacturer Klipsch. The University says the donation will go towards building one of the best teacher colleges in the country.

  • Krannert Program Turning 50

    Fifty years ago, Purdue’s Krannert School of Management launched one of the first business programs of its kind in the country to help recruit minority students. Dean David Hummels talks about the success of the Business Opportunity Program.

  • Improving the Health of Vets

    The YMCA has introduced new programs geared toward improving the health of veterans. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks with leadership about a diabetes program developed here that is now being used nationwide and other programs exclusively for vets.

  • Culture Matters: Seven Corners

    Carmel-based travel insurance company Seven Corners started with just a few employees nearly 25 years ago, and now has grown to more than 200. In this month’s Culture Matters, we share how culture remains a driving force behind the company’s performance in the office and the community.

  • More Tolls in Our Future?

    It takes billions of dollars to maintain and add to Indiana’s matrix of highway infrastructure. Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar talks about the future of new tolling to help pay for it.

  • Grow with Google Kicks Off in Indy

    Preparing people for the next generation in tech jobs. Indy is the kick off city for the Grow with Google nationwide tour. Details on how Hoosiers are sharpening their digital skills for free. 

  • State on Track for Record Job Commitments

    Indiana is on track for yet another record breaking economic development year. Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger, just back from a trade trip to India, shares what’s driving the jobs deals.

  • INsiders: CFB Championship, Big Jobs Week, Amazon Bid Update

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Indy landing the College Football Playoff Championship Game, it’s also been a big jobs week around the state and two teams going in two different directions.

  • Shaheen Talks Wabash, Monon, NCAA

    Former NCAA exec turned Division 3 Athletics Director Greg Shaheen talks about guiding Wabash College athletics, the Monon Bell Classic and the 2022 College Football Playoff Championship Game.

  • Ethanol Industry Outlook

    The ethanol industry currently fuels a substantial part of Indiana’s economy. However, some suggest potential changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard, could have a negative economic impact on Indiana and other states.

  • Butler Business Consulting Group Marks 10 Years

    Butler University’s Business Consulting Group is marking its 10th anniversary with some major clients in tow. The executive director of the program shares how it’s generated $10 million in revenue with nearly 100 client connections.

  • Indy Lands College Football Championship

    Indy has scored big yet again. The city landed a crown jewel: the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship Game. How did the deal come together, what’s the real impact and next steps? We get answers from two key players.

  • Greenlight Guru Extends Platform

    Indianapolis-based Greenlight Guru has launched a new product that is not only expected to impact job growth, but the global medical device industry.  In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks to the company’s CEO and co-founder about the new software.