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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.
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"Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick" Television
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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.
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