Inside INdiana Business is Indiana's Business News Leader.
Grow INdiana Media Ventures, parent company of the powerful Inside INdiana Business brand of multi-media business news products, was created in 2000 by broadcast news veteran Gerry Dick and technology entrepreneur and visionary Scott Jones.
Today, more people access the Inside INdiana Business brand for Indiana business news than any other source. With a fully-integrated portfolio of television, radio, Internet, permission-based email and on-demand business news products, Inside INdiana Business delivers content that is trusted by an educated and affluent audience.
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Inside INdiana Business delivers daily content that can be watched, heard and read in Indiana, Michigan, Illinois (including Chicagoland), Ohio, Kentucky and markets around the globe.
"Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick" Television
Indiana's only statewide business television program is seen weekly on flagship stations WTHR (NBC, Indianapolis), WFYI (PBS, Indianapolis) and 13 additional statewide affiliates. Broadcast listings. Broadcast listings.
Inside INdiana Business Radio
Morning, mid-day and afternoon business reports are heard throughout the state on flagship stations WIBC 93.1 FM, WFYI 90.1 FM and 24 additional affiliates. Broadcast listings.
Indiana's leading online destination for statewide business news features video on-demand, breaking Indiana business news, exclusive interviews, podcasts and searchable business resources.
Studio(i) is all about Indiana business news and information, in video, as it is happening. The special studio is designed to deliver interviews with newsmakers as stories are developing via InsideINdianaBusiness.com and the INside Edge e-newsletters.
INside Edge Morning Briefing and INside Edge e-newsletters
The state's most comprehensive multi-media coverage of Indiana business news delivered via e-mail to more than 45,000 subscribers every weekday morning and afternoon.
Grow INdiana Media Ventures also produces specialty e-newsletters, including Life Sciences INdiana, a partnership with BioCrossroads, and INdiana Connections, a partnership with Conexus Indiana.
BigWigs & New Gigs
Big Wigs & New Gigs is a weekly e-newsletter designed to provide you with a convenient connection to Hoosier business professionals on the move. This newest addition to the Inside INdiana Business platform delivers details on job changes and promotions, professional recognition and perspectives from human resource professionals. It also includes links to employment-related resources.
A Good 'Space' is About More Than Design
Spaces Indiana, a competitive design showcase of innovative workspaces in Indiana, recently celebrated five winners from its 2017 pool of candidates, including MOBI, greenlight.guru, Flaherty & Collins, Mimir, and Bradley & Montgomery. These winners were chosen from dozens of forward-thinking, innovative companies who understand that workplace design is critical to realizing success. Attending the Spaces event brought back memories of my first job out of college.
Most Popular Stories
Indy Company Acquires Denton Pharma
An Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical repackaging and fulfillment company has acquired New York-based Denton Pharma Inc. Financial details were not disclosed, however Northwind Pharmaceuticals says Denton will continue its operations in the northeast.
'Best and Brightest' Finalists Unveiled
Junior Achievement of Central Indiana has unveiled its list of "Indy's Best and Brightest" finalists. The event honors 100 of the area's "most outstanding young professionals" in central Indiana under the age of 40 in 10 industries including technology, manufacturing and government.
Technicolor Details Indy Layoffs
California-based Technicolor Inc. says it will close its office on the north side of Indianapolis by the end of the year. In a notice to the state, the company says the closure will leave 95 employees out of work.
Hoosier Cities 'Lowest Cost of Living' List
Three communities top a national list of Cities with the Lowest Cost of Living in America. Niche.com, a site that focuses on public data on schools and neighborhoods, ranks four Indiana cities in the top 20. The site bases the rankings on factors including consumer price index and access to affordable housing, using data from the U.S. Census and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. You can see the full rankings by clicking here. The top 20 are...
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