About IIB

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.

InsideINdianaBusiness.com

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)

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.

  • Perspectives

    • Chris Watts is president of the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute.

      Revenue Forecast Shapes State Spending – And Surplus - Negotiations

      This week, the State Budget Committee heard an updated revenue forecast that could best be described as overcast but not stormy – yet.  Sales taxes, the largest source of state revenue, fared well from the December forecast – down a modest $15 million over the 2020-21 budget (and likely to be buoyed by new policies for online hotel and retail sales taxes moving through the legislature).  Individual income taxes showed a more dramatic decline, continuing a...

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • The Vogue opened as a movie house in 1938, then reopened as a nightclub in 1977. (Picture Courtesy: The Vogue)

      Tech Vets Purchase Popular Indy Nightclub

      A group of Indianapolis tech entrepreneurs has bought a popular nightclub in the city's Broad Ripple neighborhood. High Alpha co-founder Eric Tobias and former MOBI executives Scott Kraege and Andrew Davis say they will retain the Vogue's current staff to manage the venue's day-to-day operations. The new owners say they will detail plans to reinvigorate the Vogue through enhanced fan experience and engagement in the coming months. Tobias, Kraege and Davis purchased the Vogue...

    • Eli Lilly and Co. made the America’s Best Employers List

      Hoosier Companies Among 'America’s Best Employers'

      Forbes has released its list of America’s Best Employers for 2019. The Hoosier state was represented on the list by 12 companies, including Eli Lilly and Co., Cook Medical and NiSource among others.

    • 2019 'Stellar' Finalists Announced

      Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch has unveiled the finalists for the 2019 Stellar Communities Program. The four regions selected will receive a planning grant and work with the Indiana Communities Institute at Ball State University on project alignment and continued planning efforts. Stellar Communities, launched in 2011, is led by the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and aims to boost community and economic development and promote local and regional partnerships.

    • Picture Courtesy: Becknell Industrial

      Becknell Industrial Planning $20M Project

      Carmel-based real estate firm Becknell Industrial is planning to invest nearly $20 million in a speculative facility in Merrillville. Our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana report the move comes after the company found a tenant for another property it has in the Lake County city. The publication reports Becknell has an industrial building to the north of the new proposed site. That property is now being leased by Schilli Distribution. Becknell received a 10-year...

    • $9 Million Microscope to be Installed at Purdue

      Purdue University, the Indiana University School of Medicine, IU Bloomington, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Eli Lilly and Co. and the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute have collaborated to bring the latest version of a cryo-electron microscope to Indiana. The nearly $9 million machine will be housed in Purdue's Discovery Park.