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    • Startup Day Brings Federal, Local Officials Together

    • Study: Rural Broadband Offers Billions to Indiana's Economy

      A study from an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce suggests Indiana could benefit significantly from having improved rural broadband access. "Unlocking the Digital Potential of Rural America" says Indiana could add more than $2 billion to its GDP each year if the entire rural community had broadband services. The study was conducted by the Chamber Technology Engagement Center.

    • Campaign to Honor Former Butler Star

      An orthodontic practice in central Indiana has launched a campaign supporting a nonprofit honoring former Butler University basketball star Andrew Smith. Gorman & Bunch Orthodontics says the Be The Change campaign aims to have up to 430 people join the bone marrow registry. Jason Bunch is spearheading the effort and says the practice wanted to support Project 44 after its founder, Andrew Smith's wife, Samantha Smith spoke at an event it hosted by the practice.

    • Special Women Show: 21st Century Talent Regions

      It's a special all-women edition of Inside INdiana Business featuring female guest hosts and guests. The state of Indiana says it is focused on building a 21st century workforce by creating talent regions committed to using asystems approach to attract, develop, and connect Hoosier talent. Indiana Career Connections & Talent Secretary Blair Milo explains why collaboration is key for the 21st Century Talent Regions.

    • Women in Tech: Little Nugget

      It’s a tech startup created by a mom for moms. Little Nugget helps you personalize, organize and treasure your favorite family moments all through an app. Guest Host Kristen Cooper, CEO and Founder of the Startup Ladies talks with CEO and Founder of Little Nugget, Carrie Griffith about how every aspect of the app was designed with love and a passion for documenting life as it happens.

    • Women in Tourism: IOTD's New Director

      The Indiana Office of Tourism Development has a new director. Misty Weisensteiner is no stranger to the tourism world in Indiana. She most recently served in a similar role for the Orange County Economic Development Partnership. Guest Host Executive Director for the Indiana Tourism Association Carrie Lambert asks Misty about her vision and top priorities for the state’s tourism efforts.

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    • Special Women Show: 21st Century Talent Regions

      It's a special all-women edition of Inside INdiana Business featuring female guest hosts and guests. The state of Indiana says it is focused on building a 21st century workforce by creating talent regions committed to using asystems approach to attract, develop, and connect Hoosier talent. Indiana Career Connections & Talent Secretary Blair Milo explains why collaboration is key for the 21st Century Talent Regions.

    • Women in Tech: Little Nugget

      It’s a tech startup created by a mom for moms. Little Nugget helps you personalize, organize and treasure your favorite family moments all through an app. Guest Host Kristen Cooper, CEO and Founder of the Startup Ladies talks with CEO and Founder of Little Nugget, Carrie Griffith about how every aspect of the app was designed with love and a passion for documenting life as it happens.

    • Women in Tourism: IOTD's New Director

      The Indiana Office of Tourism Development has a new director. Misty Weisensteiner is no stranger to the tourism world in Indiana. She most recently served in a similar role for the Orange County Economic Development Partnership. Guest Host Executive Director for the Indiana Tourism Association Carrie Lambert asks Misty about her vision and top priorities for the state’s tourism efforts.

    • Trendiana: Women-Owned Businesses

      More women-owned businesses are popping up around the state! In our Trendiana segment, Guest Host and Co-Founder & CEO of New Day Craft Tia Agnew and Yelp’s Brittany Smith look at some companies aiming to satisfy your sweet or savory taste buds others that provide natural bath and body products – including some that are collaborations with Indiana breweries!

    • Women in Health: AIT Bioscience

      No doubt Indiana has a robust life sciences industry...serving some 1,700 companies. AIT Bioscience is a research laboratory that performs analysis for biopharma drug development. Guest Host Lori LeRoy, Vice President of Communications at BioCrossroads chats with CEO Terri Pascarelli, who’s held leadership positions in life science companies---from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms---for more than 25 years.

    • Women in Education: Dr. Jennifer Palilonis

      For many years, journalism professor Dr. Jennifer Palilonis researched and developed a master’s degree program, called Emerging Media Design and Development in Ball State University’s Department of Journalism. The program, also known as EMDD, is a unique field bringing together students with diverse backgrounds and creating the next generation of business communicators in this media-centered world.

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    • It's Time For The U.S. to Adopt a Presidential Regional Primary and Caucus System

      As a high school senior at North Central High School in Indianapolis, Martin Moore, one of the best teachers that I ever had, challenged our Accelerated American Government class to think about how we nominate presidential candidates in the United States. Little did I know at the time that our conversations about changing the presidential primary/caucus structure would ring so true a few decades later. In response to Mr. Moore’s challenge, I wrote a paper outlining...

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