• Top Videos

    • Jasper's Fueling a City of Headquarters

      The city of Jasper is on a roll…to the tune of $215 million in economic development projects. Mayor Terry Seitz talks about how a city of headquarters is also developing a first of its kind cultural center.

    • SHAK Makerspace Sets Up Shop in Downtown Kokomo

      A makerspace has moved into a highly visible location in downtown Kokomo in search of more innovation and entrepreneurship. Leadership from the SHAK Makerspace and Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight discuss the potential impact. 

    • EnerDel's Resurgence

      A lithium-ion battery manufacturer is on the comeback trail after a high profile bankruptcy. EnerDel President Mike Canada shares how the company recovered from a near fatal blow and is now growing.

    • Colts Commit to Grand Park for 10 Years

      The Indianapolis Colts and the city of Westfield recently cut a deal that will bring the team’s training camp to Grand Park for the next decade. In Inside Indiana Sports, Bill Benner talks about the deal and additional growth with Mayor Andy Cook.

    • INnovators: Innovation Keeps Wine Fresh for Weeks

      Studies show Americans pour more than $1 billion of wine down the drain every year! In the INnovators with Dr. K, a Purdue grad says he’s figured out a way to keep your favorite reds and whites fresh for weeks. It’s called Art Wine Preservation.

    • Intern Program Targets Students with Disabilities

      The Eskenazi Health Foundation has received a Lilly Endowment grant to expand an internship program for students with physical and sensory disabilities. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis discusses how this paid internship gives students a unique college to career program. 

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Cook's Biopharma Deal, Another Amazon Pitch, Colts Desperate

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Cooks $950 million biopharma deal and adding hundreds of jobs in Bloomington, another Hoosier city wants to make an Amazon pitch and the Colts are O and 2 and desperately in need of some good news.

    • IWU's New Chancellor

      Indiana Wesleyan University is marking some important milestones this year, including its first-ever international graduation in South America. We visit with a new school leader.

    • NASA Officials Visit Indiana

      State officials joined members from the NASA Space Launch System, Orion, and Ground Systems programs this week to celebrate Indiana's aerospace and defense industry in downtown Indianapolis.

    • Intern Program Targets Students with Disabilities

      The Eskenazi Health Foundation has received a Lilly Endowment grant to expand an internship program for students with physical and sensory disabilities. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis discusses how this paid internship gives students a unique college to career program. 

    • INnovators: Innovation Keeps Wine Fresh for Weeks

      Studies show Americans pour more than $1 billion of wine down the drain every year! In the INnovators with Dr. K, a Purdue grad says he’s figured out a way to keep your favorite reds and whites fresh for weeks. It’s called Art Wine Preservation.

    • Colts Commit to Grand Park for 10 Years

      The Indianapolis Colts and the city of Westfield recently cut a deal that will bring the team’s training camp to Grand Park for the next decade. In Inside Indiana Sports, Bill Benner talks about the deal and additional growth with Mayor Andy Cook.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Indiana's Effort for Amazon HQ

      The clock is ticking for central Indiana to submit a proposal for Amazon’s massive second headquartersand the potential for 50,000 new jobs. What can we check off and where are we lacking? TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier shares our strengths and weaknesses.

    • Holcomb: Steelmaker’s Indiana Presence a 'Magnet'

      Officials have cut the ribbon on a wire rod and processing facility in Jeffersonville that Governor Eric Holcomb says could spur more global investment. South Korea-based POSCO (NYSE: PKX) is pumping $19 million into the operation at the Ports of Indiana - Jeffersonville, creating up to 60 jobs by year's end. He says POSCO's presence will open the door for the state to the "friends and suppliers" of one of the world's largest steel makers.

    • SHAK Makerspace Sets Up Shop in Downtown Kokomo

      A makerspace has moved into a highly visible location in downtown Kokomo in search of more innovation and entrepreneurship. Leadership from the SHAK Makerspace and Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight discuss the potential impact. 

    • Ironworks Hotel Opens, Bottleworks Progressing

      Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties has built the first luxury boutique hotel on the north side of Indianapolis, and they aren’t stopping there. Next up… a $260 million development along Mass Ave.in downtown Indy. 

    • Inside Viral Launch

      It’s a go-to software and services platform that helps brands dominate the Amazon marketplace. We’ll introduce you to the college dropout who created tech startup Viral Launch.

    • Jasper's Fueling a City of Headquarters

      The city of Jasper is on a roll…to the tune of $215 million in economic development projects. Mayor Terry Seitz talks about how a city of headquarters is also developing a first of its kind cultural center.

  • Perspectives

    • Process Optimization And The Art of Mapmaking - Two Case Studies

      Large or small, businesses contain processes that define how they work. Those processes may be simple or complex, and may or may not be documented and consistent across the organization. During growth and change, processes tend to become more complex in one of two ways: Like pioneers exploring uncharted territory, start-up organizations tend to build processes organically. These methods are rarely documented and evolve quickly with technology and business changes.

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Colts Hire Campbell as VP of Communications

      The Indianapolis Colts have hired Steve Campbell as vice president of communications. He has more than 25 years of experience working at all levels of media, community programming and public service. Campbell currently is president of Campbell Strategies LLC, a local communications and strategy firm providing media counsel to business, nonprofit and public sector clients. He founded the firm in 2009.

    • Kinetrex Energy Adds to Team

      Kinetrex Energy has named Mark Gallo (pictured) director of sales and marketing. Also, Kristin Maguire (pictured) has been appointed senior customer solutions manager and will focus on marketing pipeline gas, LNG and RNG to the transportation sector. Anjuli Skirvin has been named customer solutions manager.

    • Colts Name Chief Sales & Marketing Officer

      The Indianapolis Colts have hired Roger VanDerSnick as chief sales and marketing officer. He is an Indiana native and graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, VanDerSnick comes to the Colts with more than 30 years of experience in the sales and marketing field. He most recently served as chief sales and marketing officer of International Management Group College for six years.

    • Chamber Selects Goshen as Community of The Year

      The city of Goshen has been named the 2017 Indiana Chamber of Commerce Community of the Year. The Elkhart County city is being honored for what chamber President Kevin Brinegar calls a "tremendous" economic turnaround story. Goshen will be recognized November 7 during the Indiana Chamber's 28th Annual Awards Dinner at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Brinegar adds...

    • Planned Sport Resort in Jeopardy

      The fate of a planned $75 million Sport Resort in Porter County is unclear. Our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana report two partners in the Catalyst Lifestyles LLC project have taken issues to court and little progress has been made at the 170-acre site since groundbreaking nearly a year-and-a-half ago. Plans include multi-purpose dome facilities for sports, entertainment and movie events, a cable wakeboarding lake, lodging space and outdoor athletic fields.