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    • Funding Boosts Kenzie Academy Growth

      A $4.2 million investment round has tech training school Kenzie Academy Inc. gearing up for growth. The company, which is headquartered in San Francisco and has its first campus in Indianapolis, is looking to expand its learning tracks and, eventually, its number of campuses. Co-founder Chok Ooi says Kenzie Academy oversubscribed on its second seed stage of funding and had to ask some investors to dial down their backing.

    • Tariffs, NAFTA Potential Impact on Indiana

      Will new tariffs trigger a trade war and if so, what Hoosier industries stand to be most affected? Cummins CEO Tom Linebarger and the Indy Chamber’s Maureen Krauss weigh-in on what might be ahead.

    • Studio Science's New Leader

      Studio Science helps solve business problems through design. Its customers include big wigs like Exact Target, Interactive Intelligence and Angie's List. New CEO Steve Pruden explains why it’s the tech sector's best kept secret and growth plans.

    • Telamon Growing Footprint Abroad

      One of the largest private-held companies in Indiana is growing its footprint abroad. Telamon Corp is opening a new manufacturing in Macedonia. CEO Stanley Chen talks about expanding to Europe, updating its Carmel HQ and a wireless acquisition.

    • Purdue Breaks Giving, Research Records

      The cash register is humming at Purdue University after setting records for giving and research funding. Leadership discuss what’s behind the big numbers.

    • FirstLight Addressing Growing 'Aging in Place' Trend

      Indiana’s elderly population is expected to jump from nearly 15 percent to more than 20 percent by 2035. FirstLight Home Care explains the challenges as the trend of “aging in place” grows. 

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: OCRA Funding, Kokomo Developments, Justice Center Construction

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we’re sounding off on a planned $26 million hotel, conference center and museum in downtown Kokomo, construction is underway on a justice center campus and a popular watering hole lands some funding.

    • Brown Co. Breaks Ground on New Concert Venue

      Nearly a decade ago, the Little Nashville Opry was destroyed by fire. Now ground has been broken for the new $12.5 million Maple Leaf Performing Arts Center in downtown Nashville.

    • Inside Grace College's New Science Complex

      Grace College in Winona Lake is ready to open its $8 million Dr. Dane Miller Science Complex. The college’s president and director of the Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams talk about the importance of investing in science and the complex’s innovative features.

    • FirstLight Addressing Growing 'Aging in Place' Trend

      Indiana’s elderly population is expected to jump from nearly 15 percent to more than 20 percent by 2035. FirstLight Home Care explains the challenges as the trend of “aging in place” grows. 

    • Purdue Breaks Giving, Research Records

      The cash register is humming at Purdue University after setting records for giving and research funding. Leadership discuss what’s behind the big numbers.

    • Telamon Growing Footprint Abroad

      One of the largest private-held companies in Indiana is growing its footprint abroad. Telamon Corp is opening a new manufacturing in Macedonia. CEO Stanley Chen talks about expanding to Europe, updating its Carmel HQ and a wireless acquisition.

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  • Perspectives

    • Three Ways to Stand Out In a Competitive Hospitality Market

      For many business leaders in the Indianapolis area, it can be difficult to differentiate your brand from competitors. Indianapolis is booming, and we're in an era where consumers have access to countless choices! That's why it's more important than ever for brands to provide consumers with compelling reasons to spend their hard-earned money on their product or services.

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