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    • Boles: Snake Pit Succeeding in Creating New Race Fans

      It is race weekend in Indiana. The 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 is Sunday and the Snake Pit, an area once known for its rowdiness and Woodstock-like atmosphere, continues its resurgence with a focus on nonstop music and partying. The new iteration of the event, which features some of the top Electronic Dance Music performers, has been embraced by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as a way to attract fans and turn them into regular Indy 500 ticket buyers.

    • State Unveils Employer Guidelines For Drug Assistance

      Indiana Workforce Recovery has unveiled new guidelines for employers dealing with employees with substance abuse issues. The initiative, a partnership between the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Wellness Council of Indiana, aims to help employers meet the requirements of Indiana's substance abuse treatment law passed last year. Mike Thibideau, director of Indiana Workforce Recovery, says many businesses do not have a plan to help employees receive assistance for...

    • Summit to Focus on Healthcare Workforce

      The Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy at the Indiana University School of Medicine will Tuesday host its annual Indiana Health Workforce Summit. The event in downtown Indianapolis aims to bring together a diverse group of people together to discuss complex issues surrounding healthcare workforce. Hannah Maxey, director of the Bowen Center, says discussions will focus on the supply and demand for the workforce, as well as various policy-related issues.

    • Cummins Expansion Plans

      Cummins is growing again and increasing its footprint in Indiana with a huge investment in three locations and adding jobs. CEO Tom Linebarger has details on the growing “Cummins Corridor” along I-65, from its global headquarters in Columbus to Greenwood and Indianapolis.

    • Zylo's Challenge to Pledge 1%

      Zylo, which bills itself as an online command center for cloud-based software, is challenging other tech companies to help the community by Pledging 1%. CEO Eric Christopher explains why it’s never too early to start building community involvement into the DNA of your company.

    • 2019 Legislative Wrap-Up

      Several bills that passed muster in the 2019 General Assembly could have a big impact on Hoosier business and the ability of the state to attract investment and jobs. Ginovus Executive Managing Director Larry Gigerich shares some insight on key bills and their impact and what key issues will be assigned to Summer Study Committees.

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  • The Show

    • (i) on Economic Development: Elections Impact

      Economic development issues were front and center in several Hoosier communities during this primary election season. KSM Location Advisors CEO Tim Cook and President Katie Culp look at how elections impact economic development, and vice versa.

    • MetaCX Scaling Up

      Indianapolis-based Software-as-a-Service startup MetaCX announced it is scaling up operations in central Indiana with plans to create 75 high wage jobs by 2023 in new headquarters space. The High Alpha portfolio company will invest $1.4 million to renovate and equip office space in the Salesforce Tower.

    • 'Extra Innings' Illustrates Career of Indians Icon

      From ticket manager to general manager to chairman of the board of the Indianapolis Indians… now a new book captures the memories and accomplishments of Max Schumacher’s extraordinary career. Hear more from the icon for minor league baseball and the co-author of “Extra Innings My Life in Baseball.”

    • State of Higher Education

      There are multiple educational pathways to a good job. And the Indiana Commission for Higher Education says it supports pathways not only for high school graduates but also for returning adults. In our (i) on Education segment, Commissioner Teresa Lubbers explains how a high school diploma coupled with an industry certification or workforce credential can jumpstart a career.

    • Farmer's Fridge Expanding to Indy

      A Chicago-based company wants to make fresh, healthy food as convenient as a candy bar. Farmer’s Fridge is sinking its teeth into the Indianapolis market, launching its “smart fridges” in many downtown locations. The fridges are stocked with healthy salads, bowls and snacks made fresh each day in Chicago and delivered overnight to 18 fridges in and around Indy.

    • UIndy Creates the Sease Institute

      The University of Indianapolis has created The Gene and Joanne Sease Institute...saying it answers the call for higher education to offer relevant, customized workforce education. UIndy President Rob Manuel and Sease Institute Vice President Corey Wilson explain their new model to develop talent.

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  • Perspectives

    • Startup Spirit Fuels Growth

      As the South Bend - Elkhart Region celebrates a $42.4 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., we know that the work to make the best investment with it is really just beginning. The spirit of entrepreneurship has been a vibrant part of our region for decades and the story of our family company could be somewhat of a guidebook for the region as it ventures forward. ITAMCO began as a dream of my uncle Donald Neidig and my father Noble Neidig to have their own business.

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