• Top Videos

    • Architecture Firm Marks 80 Years

      A longtime architectural, civil engineering and land survey firm has hit a big anniversary on a roll. Indianapolis-based Cripe President Fred Green says the now 80-year-old company has had a "tremendous last couple of years," reporting 10-20 percent growth per year. The company's charitable foundation is also marking some major milestones, celebrating its 30th anniversary by awarding its one millionth dollar to local education and community services.

    • Holcomb: Tech Companies Growing in 'Perfect Environment'

      Governor Eric Holcomb says Indiana's pool of mentors in tech create an industry where "the hits just keep on coming." He says entrepreneurs who have turned "coffee table discussions" into million and billion-dollar companies paved the way for businesses like Indianapolis-based Lessonly, which today announced a $2 million expansion involving more than 100 new jobs.

    • Indy Lands 2021 NBA All-Star Game

      Indianapolis will host the NBA All-Star Game in 2021. Hear from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, Indiana Pacers Owner Herb Simon and Pacers President Kevin Pritchard during a news conference held Tuesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

    • Private School Shatters Fundraising Goal, Opts to Raise Bar

      The chief executive officer of an Indianapolis urban-based private school network says an overachieving fundraising campaign will move growth plans to an "all together different trajectory." Andrew Hart says, with the help of an additional $2 million in donations The Oaks Academy is now seeking, it wants to add teachers, develop new infrastructure and make facility improvements to boost its potential enrollment from the current 815 to more than 1,200. 

    • St. Elmo 'Extensions' Coming to The Yard in Fishers

      The first two tenants of The Yard in Fishers will come from a familiar name on the central Indiana dining scene. St. Elmo Co-Proprietor Craig Huse says new 1933 Lounge and Burger Study locations will open at the $40 million food and entertainment district. The bar and high-end burger joint are expected to open in July of 2019. Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness stopped by Studio (i) to discuss the project with Inside INdiana Business Managing Editor Andy Ober.

    • Pacers Debuts NBA 2K League Team

      Pacers Sports & Entertainment has unveiled the name and logo for its esports team participating in the NBA 2K League. Pacers Gaming, which will include a roster of five players, becomes the fourth franchise under the PS&E umbrella, along with the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever and Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

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  • The Show

    • 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.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Sells Group CEO Discusses Digital Marketing Firm's Growth

      At just 25-years of age, he’s running one of the state’s largest digital marketing firms. The founder and CEO of the Sells Group talks about growth and a high profile deal he just made with the Indiana Pacers.

    • 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.

    • Holcomb: Tech Companies Growing in 'Perfect Environment'

      Governor Eric Holcomb says Indiana's pool of mentors in tech create an industry where "the hits just keep on coming." He says entrepreneurs who have turned "coffee table discussions" into million and billion-dollar companies paved the way for businesses like Indianapolis-based Lessonly, which today announced a $2 million expansion involving more than 100 new jobs.

    • Private School Shatters Fundraising Goal, Opts to Raise Bar

      The chief executive officer of an Indianapolis urban-based private school network says an overachieving fundraising campaign will move growth plans to an "all together different trajectory." Andrew Hart says, with the help of an additional $2 million in donations The Oaks Academy is now seeking, it wants to add teachers, develop new infrastructure and make facility improvements to boost its potential enrollment from the current 815 to more than 1,200. 

  • Perspectives

    • The Importance of Strategic Planning

      How many years have you put work-life balance on your list of New Year's resolutions? Every day, I see so many business owners struggle with the same issues: working 60+ hours each week, not being able to remember the last time they had a vacation, and simply feeling like it's up to them to do it all in their business. After working with countless business owners to identify and overcome their challenges, I've realized the most common root cause is a lack of strategic planning.

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Electric Works Lands State Incentives

      The first phase of a major redevelopment project in downtown Fort Wayne will receive state assistance. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has awarded a conditional tax credit for Electric Works, a mixed-use innovation district located at the former GE campus. The incentive is part of the IEDC's Industrial Recovery Tax Credit program, used to boost investment in the redevelopment of former industrial facilities. Developers are projecting an initial investment of more than...

    • Nestlé Planning $80M Anderson Expansion

      Nestlé USA has unveiled plans to invest nearly $80 million into its Anderson operations. Our partners at The Herald Bulletin report the company will purchase new equipment for the facility and add 30 jobs.

    • Well-Known Real Estate Firm Expanding to Fort Wayne

      Texas-based Keller Williams Realty Inc. has announced plans to open its first office in downtown Fort Wayne. Financial details of the real estate company's investment in the location were not immediately disclosed, however the expansion will bring at least 35 jobs to the Allen County city.

    • Purdue's Garimella Elected Fellow of National Academy of Inventor

      Suresh Garimella has been elected a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. He is Purdue University's executive vice president for research and partnerships and the R. Eugene & Susie E. Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Fellows of the NAI are inventors, nominated by their peers, for outstanding contributions in patents, licensing, noteworthy discovery, significant effect on society and support and enhancement of innovation.

    • Construction to Begin on $15M Fieldhouse

      City and development officials will break ground Friday on a $15 million sports complex in Noblesville. Finch Creek Park Fieldhouse will include five courts with hard surfaces, two turf-surfaced fields and 11 batting and pitching cages. The project, which was first unveiled a year ago, is a public-private partnership between Klipsch-Card Athletic Facilities LLC and the city. The company is also owner/operator of the fieldhouse at Grand Park in Westfield.