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    • Gen Con Fueling Local Coffee Business

      If you ask any Gen Con attendee what the second most important thing is this week their answer will more than likely be coffee. 

      Located directly across the street from the Convention Center, Bee Coffee Roasters has been open around the clock since Thursday, taking advantage of the more than 60,000 people in downtown Indianapolis celebrating the 50th anniversary of Gen Con.

    • Gen Con Fueling Local Coffee Business

    • 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.

    • Career Exploration Pilot Launches In 16 Middle Schools

      A new pilot program aimed at engaging eighth grade students in career readiness and job exploration has been launched in 16 Indiana middle schools.

    • State Debuts Initiative Targeting Skills Gap

      The newest cabinet member of the Eric Holcomb administration spent her first day with the governor in Clay County helping to launch an initiative focused on linking Hoosiers to higher-paying and higher-demand jobs. Former La Porte Mayor Blair Milo, who now serves as secretary of career connections and talent, says the Next Level Jobs initiative includes "two more tools in our toolbox" to help Hoosiers be successful in their careers.

    • Pan Am Games 30 Years Ago

      It was a sporting spectacle of a lifetime. 30 years ago Indianapolis hosted the Pan American Games, and the impact is still being felt. We’ll take a look back and also get perspective from Organizing Committee Chairman and CEO Ted Boehm.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Pan Am Games Anniversary, Brooks Coming to Indiana, Colts Talk

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on the Pan Am Games 30 years later, a running company says yes and an Ag company says no to Indiana and the Colts are preparing for the 2017 season with some questions.

    • Pan Am Games Marks 30 Years

      We continue our look back at the 1987 Pan Am Games, and the controversy that surrounded the Cuban athletes. There were anti-Castro protesters and tension at events involving Cuban athletes and teams. The games General Counsel Milt Thompson recalls how he had to convince Fidel Castro his athletes would be welcome here. 

    • Roadtrip Nation Comes to Indiana

      Three Hoosier college students are getting the opportunity or ride of a lifetime thanks to Roadtrip Indiana. They’ve been selected for a two-week RV trip throughout the state to take part in career exploration and work-based learning. The trip will be the subject of an upcoming public television documentary.

    • Ignite Your Superpower

      More than 600 middle school students, all of them girls, will take part in an event next weekend with the intriguing title “Ignite Your Superpower!” It’s designed to get students excited about potential careers in STEM.

    • Hendricks Regional Health Now Hiring

      One hundred new healthcare jobs are opening in Brownsburg. Hendricks Regional Health will open its new hospital in December, but it’s taking applications for RNs and PRNs and many other positions right now.

    • Trendiana: Craft Distilleries on the Rise

      Four years ago Hoosier distilleries got the green light to legally launch craft spirit businesses. Today, Indiana has about 30 craft distilleries, and that number is growing. Yelp’s Brittany Smith looks at local spirits from South Bend to Starlight in this month’s Trendiana. 

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Gen Con Fueling Local Coffee Business

    • Gen Con Fueling Local Coffee Business

      If you ask any Gen Con attendee what the second most important thing is this week their answer will more than likely be coffee. 

      Located directly across the street from the Convention Center, Bee Coffee Roasters has been open around the clock since Thursday, taking advantage of the more than 60,000 people in downtown Indianapolis celebrating the 50th anniversary of Gen Con.

    • Sycamore Winery Open for Business

      After years of planning, the first and only winery and tasting room in Vigo County is now open for business. The owners of the Sycamore Winery will share how their dream became a reality.

    • State Debuts Initiative Targeting Skills Gap

      The newest cabinet member of the Eric Holcomb administration spent her first day with the governor in Clay County helping to launch an initiative focused on linking Hoosiers to higher-paying and higher-demand jobs. Former La Porte Mayor Blair Milo, who now serves as secretary of career connections and talent, says the Next Level Jobs initiative includes "two more tools in our toolbox" to help Hoosiers be successful in their careers.

    • Gen Con Begins 50th Anniversary Celebration

      One of the state’s biggest conventions officially begins in downtown Indianapolis today. Gen Con, which moved to the Circle City in 2003, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this weekend. The four day event, which saw over 60,000 people from around the globe and brought in $71 million in economic impact in 2016, is a complete sellout this year. The first in its history.

    • Hendricks Regional Health Now Hiring

      One hundred new healthcare jobs are opening in Brownsburg. Hendricks Regional Health will open its new hospital in December, but it’s taking applications for RNs and PRNs and many other positions right now.

  • Perspectives

    • 90 Minutes by 2020

      Chicago is the third-biggest city in the United States and more than ten million people live in the Chicagoland metropolitan area. Another seventy-six million people visit the area each year. Chicago is an international hub for commerce, and is a leader in industries like finance, manufacturing, technology, and telecommunications. It boasts the second busiest airport in the world and has one of the largest, most diversified economies in the world.

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    • Another Illinois Company Moving to Indiana

      An Illinois-based shipping and logistics company has announced plans to relocate to Gary. HMD Trucking Inc. says it will invest nearly $6 million into a new headquarters, with plans to bring up to 500 jobs to Lake County by 2021. Founder Henry Malukas calls Gary a "perfect match" and cites several reasons for the move, including affordability to grow.

    • Indiana Collectors Association Names President

      The Indiana Collectors Association has named Chris Coleman president. He is vice president of Richmond-based Finance System Inc. It is a title his father, Charles "Fred" Coleman Jr. held. Coleman has 16 years’ experience as a collector. He will help represent 72 collections agencies in Indiana that employ 5,000 Hoosiers.

    • President of Indiana's Fastest-Growing Company 'Surprised'

      The president of The Garrett Companies says he experienced one overriding emotion when he heard his Greenwood-based development business was named the fastest-growing in Indiana on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list. "We're a little bit surprised," Eric Garrett told Inside INdiana Business. "We've been trying to limit or even slow this growth a bit." The company experienced more than 2,000 percent growth year-over-year, according to the publication, and Garrett says...

    • How Elkhart Became The RV Capital of The World

      Today we all know Elkhart, Indiana as the RV Capital of the World. More than 80 percent of global RV production is based throughout the region. That means that if you see an RV rolling down the road anywhere in the world, chances are that it was built with the craftsmanship and dedication of Hoosiers.

    • University Shifts Campus From California to Indy

      A private, Christian university has relocated it headquarters from San Diego to Indianapolis. Horizon University is now based at the Horizon Christian Fellowship of Indianapolis campus on the northeast corner of Marion County. Officials say the move will help attract more on-campus and online students. Bill Goodrich is Horizon University president and has served as senior pastor of the church in the Geist area since it opened in the late-1980s.