• Top Videos

    • Electric Works Project Moving Forward

      A decaying, abandoned factory one day, innovative live-work-play district tomorrow. Plans are moving forward for one of Fort Wayne’s most ambitious redevelopment projects ever: Electric Works. We talk opportunities and challenges with some key players.

    • Scooch Founders Share Ambitious Goals for 2018

      A decaying, abandoned factory one day, innovative live-work-play district tomorrow. Plans are moving forward for one of Fort Wayne’s most ambitious redevelopment projects ever: Electric Works. We talk opportunities and challenges with some key players.

    • Coop Dreams Helping Veterans

      A local production company is producing content for Discovery and other networks, while helping veterans and their families. The Co-creator of Coop Dreams and Coops for Troops tells us how he hatched the idea.

    • Hotel Tango Mixing it Up

      Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery is mixing things up outside the bar with the purchase of Hotel Tango Farms and opening of Tinker House Events. We take you inside its newest ventures.

    • Work Begins on Regional Health Center

      A new model of healthcare is coming to Bloomington. The nearly $400 million IU Health Regional Academic Health Center will be built on IU’s campus bringing together multiple specialties and outpatient services.

    • (i) on Economic Development: Amazon, State of the State

      E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. has selected Indianapolis as one of 20 finalists to locate its second corporate headquarters. Meanwhile, Governor Holcomb recently delivered his second State of the State speech, placing a heavy emphasis on education and workforce. Perspective on both from leadership at KSM Location Advisors.

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  • The Show

    • The Last Mile Inmate Coding Program

      Another effort is in the works to help ex-offenders get back on their feet. Indiana is the second state in the nation to adopt a prison inmate coding program called The Last Mile.

    • Training Ex-Offenders for Middle Skill Jobs

      Every year in Indiana, around 20,000 offenders leave prison and integrate back into the community. The Indiana Department of Correction is directing its efforts at training offenders for high-demand middle skill jobs.

    • New Season, New League for Indy Eleven

      The Indy Eleven start their season in March, with a new head coach, a new league and just maybe a new home. As we go Inside INdiana Sports, President Jeff Belskus has a look at the season ahead.

    • (i) on Economic Development: Amazon, State of the State

      E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. has selected Indianapolis as one of 20 finalists to locate its second corporate headquarters. Meanwhile, Governor Holcomb recently delivered his second State of the State speech, placing a heavy emphasis on education and workforce. Perspective on both from leadership at KSM Location Advisors.

    • Hotel Tango Mixing it Up

      Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery is mixing things up outside the bar with the purchase of Hotel Tango Farms and opening of Tinker House Events. We take you inside its newest ventures.

    • Scooch Founders Share Ambitious Goals for 2018

      A decaying, abandoned factory one day, innovative live-work-play district tomorrow. Plans are moving forward for one of Fort Wayne’s most ambitious redevelopment projects ever: Electric Works. We talk opportunities and challenges with some key players.

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  • 2017 Road Shows

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Indy Chamber on 2017 Jobs, Legislative Agenda

      The Indy Chamber is out with its legislative agenda. Meanwhile, the Indy Partnership has just released its 2017 job creation and investment numbers. Chief Policy Officer Mark Fisher weighs-in on both. 

    • Amazon Expects Record Cyber Monday

      After record Cyber Monday sales last November, one Amazon spokesperson says the online retailer expects even bigger numbers in 2016. Inside INdiana Business looks at how the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Whitestown is employing Hoosiers during the holidays.

    • New $90M Shelbyville Hospital

      A new $90 million medical center will soon start caring for patients in Shelbyville. It’s the largest project in the history of Major Health Partners. In the Business of Health, Barbara Lewis talks with the hospital’s CEO about community impact.

    • Infosys, Purdue Ink Workforce Development Deal

      In May, Indian tech giant Infosys selected Indianapolis for its first U.S. tech and innovation hub. Now it’s partnering with Purdue University to train thousands of workers. We have exclusive details on the five-year deal. 

    • Exhibit Columbus Attracting Global Attention

      Some 25,000 people have already flocked to downtown Columbus to experience one of a kind art and design installations. We talk about the impact of Exhibit Columbus, and why it is attracting national and international attention.

    • Apprentice School Aims to 'Supercharge' Tech Talent

      A new school in Indianapolis is focusing on apprenticeship as a way to skill-up the next generation the tech work force. Kenzie Academy, which is located at the Speakeasy Downtown, provides training with an emphasis on networking and job experience through paid projects as a consultant for employers. 

  • Perspectives

    • New Child Tax Credit: Will You Benefit?

      Do you have children? The Child Tax Credit was one of last year's most hotly-debated topics. Several senators, including Marco Rubio, called for a comprehensive overhaul before approving the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill. Ultimately, substantial changes were made. Here’s how the changes to the Child Tax Credit may impact you...

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