Gourment Treats Poppin' in Kokomo

Tashia Johnson-St. Clair says the recipe came to her in a dream, and now she has turned that dream into a successful business: Sweet Poppin’s. She talks about her company's wholesale, online, event and fundraiser businesses.

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Indianapolis Downtown Inc. Changes Name

[UPDATED] Indianapolis Downtown Inc. Changes Name

Indianapolis Downtown Inc. will now do business as Downtown Indy. The organization says the name change is part of a larger rebranding effort that resulted from its recently-announced five-year strategic plan and "record-high demand" for living do...

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Seymour Tubing Adding Jobs

A Japanese steel tubing maker is expanding its operations in southern Indiana. Seymour Tubing Inc. says it will create more than 20 jobs by 2015.


Purdue Startup Lands Accelerator Opportunity

A Purdue Research Park software company has been chosen to take part in a San Francisco accelerator program. SensorHound Innovations will participate in the Alchemist Accelerator, which is designed for startups whose revenue comes from enterprises...

IUPUI Grad Re-Racks Brunswick Design

Brunswick Billiards has selected a Herron School of Art and Design graduate's vision for the refresh of its iconic Gold Crown pool table. The Illinois-based company picked Colin Tury's conception during its redesign challenge.

Hoosier Companies Make Inc. 5000

More than six dozen businesses based in Indiana are included on a national publication's annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The 2014 Inc. 5000 ranks businesses based on employee growth percentage over the last ...

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Cherry Tomatoes And Marketing Materials

One of the most common mistakes made by marketers is trying to cram too much information into their communications materials. They'll typically say, "Well, we probably need to mention this … and this … and this," along with a bit of "Here's some empty space. How can we fill it?"

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