• Top Videos

    • 'Risk-Taking Females' Team Up For 500

      An Indianapolis women's tech organization is partnering with IndyCar driver Pippa Mann to shine a spotlight on opportunities for women in STEM and entrepreneurship careers. Women & Hi Tech President Audrey Taylor, who also founded Indianapolis-based information technology firm netlogx, says it's a natural partnership with a female entrepreneur who is "blazing a trail" for women in racing and STEM. 

    • Feminine Hygiene Product Wins 'Next Launch' Competition

      A sustainable feminine hygiene product developed by a Fishers High School student took the $25,000 first place prize in Wednesday's "The Next Launch" competition at the Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers. The event drew business ideas from students from eight high schools throughout the Midwest. The Rob Rubin School for the Entrepreneur at Culver Academies helped organize the event.

    • 'Next Launch' Fueling Student Innovation

      Students from eight high schools throughout the Midwest are today competing for $40,000 in prizes at "The Next Launch" at The Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers. The Rob Rubin School for the Entrepreneur at Culver Academies helped organize the event. Director Alex Kurrelmeier says the goal is to make the competition national to address "a huge need for entrepreneurial development at a high school level."

    • Allegion Ventures Launches $50M Corporate Fund

      One of the nation’s largest security companies has launched a $50 million corporate venture fund right here in Indiana. We talk with the man leading Allegion Ventures about the idea behind the fund and why now.

    • $600M Natural Gas Plant Comes Online

      A new major natural gas plant with the capacity to power 370,000 homes will provide a huge boost to the Morgan County economy. New Indianapolis Power and Light Co. CEO Craig Jackson discusses the $600 million investment and the utility’s request for a rate hike.

    • Is Indy a ‘Music City?’

      This week the Indy Chamber, along with UK-based Sound Diplomacy, hosted the first-ever Music Cities Forum in the U.S. The goal? To develop a music strategy for Indianapolis.

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  • The Show

    • Allegion Ventures Launches $50M Corporate Fund

      One of the nation’s largest security companies has launched a $50 million corporate venture fund right here in Indiana. We talk with the man leading Allegion Ventures about the idea behind the fund and why now.

    • The Insiders

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on southern Indiana businessman Mike Braun winning the GOP Senate primary, IPL’s $600 million natural gas plant is up and running in Morgan County and some disturbing news on Internet access in Indiana.

    • $600M Natural Gas Plant Comes Online

      A new major natural gas plant with the capacity to power 370,000 homes will provide a huge boost to the Morgan County economy. New Indianapolis Power and Light Co. CEO Craig Jackson discusses the $600 million investment and the utility’s request for a rate hike.

    • Is Indy a ‘Music City?’

      This week the Indy Chamber, along with UK-based Sound Diplomacy, hosted the first-ever Music Cities Forum in the U.S. The goal? To develop a music strategy for Indianapolis.

    • Colts PR, Marketing Strategy

      The Indianapolis Colts have made some big plays off the field by strengthening its front office team. Bill Benner talks with new vice president of communications about what prompted the moves.

    • I-Corps Program Targets Entrepreneurs Statewide

      Purdue is launching an I-Corps program across the state in partnership with Elevate Ventures to help early stage startups commercialize their technologies. Find out how this National Science Foundation program aims to boost entrepreneurship and economic development.

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  • 2017 Road Shows

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Lemonade Day Preview

      Thousands of young entrepreneurs are getting ready to set up shop with just a few ingredients! Lemonade Day Greater Indianapolis is gearing up for its ninth year of providing juice to aspiring entrepreneurs, and they need your help.

    • New Gen Con CEO Talks Indy

      On the eve of Gen Con in Indianapolis, the Seattle-based organization has a new chief executive officer. Gaming industry veteran David Hoppe has been Gen Con LLC's president since May. He says he hopes the city will continue to be at the center of the group's activities, telling Inside INdiana Business, "The bedrock of what we do is what we do here in Indianapolis every year." Gen Con, which begins Thursday, is sold out and expected to draw more than 60,000 people.

    • First Merchants on a Roll

      The largest financial institution headquartered in central Indiana is making headlines in Forbes magazine and also expanding into high-profile space in downtown Fort Wayne. First Merchant's CEO Mike Rechin discusses what's driving growth. 

    • New Bosma Enterprises Center Focuses on Life Skills

      Following a $1.5 million renovation, Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises will Friday showcase its Center for Visionary Solutions for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The nonprofit, which serves around 1,000 clients a year, says the facility will include a living skills training apartment, lighting lab, manual skills room for plumbing and woodworking training and fitness center. 

    • Allegion Ventures Launches $50M Corporate Fund

      One of the nation’s largest security companies has launched a $50 million corporate venture fund right here in Indiana. We talk with the man leading Allegion Ventures about the idea behind the fund and why now.

    • Is Indy a ‘Music City?’

      This week the Indy Chamber, along with UK-based Sound Diplomacy, hosted the first-ever Music Cities Forum in the U.S. The goal? To develop a music strategy for Indianapolis.

  • Perspectives

    • Truck Driver Supply Impacting Cargo Hauling Demand

      The U.S. unemployment rate has moved down to 3.9 percent, which is its lowest level since December 2000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Great news! Maybe not. There are business sectors that need employees due to constraints in the labor market - namely truck drivers. The level of employment in the truck transportation industry is essentially unchanged since mid-2015, according to the bureau. And the impact is being felt.

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