• Top Videos

    • India Wants to Partner with Indiana on Sports

      Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger says a recent trade trip to India included a rare meeting that produced some interesting results.  Schellinger and Governor Eric Holcomb were granted an audience with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

    • I on Education: PopUp Business School

      An alternative to the traditional way of starting a business which usually consists of things like writing a business plan and securing a loan.  It’s called the PopUp Business School. It’s free and it’s coming to Indianapolis. Assistant Vice Chancellor for the Office of Community Engagement at IUPUI Teresa Bennett explains how the school works.

    • The INsiders: Indiana National Lab Day

      Each week a group of INsiders joins me to offer perspective on what’s happening around Indiana. This week we discuss the importance of the Indiana National Lab Day event which is Monday. It’s an effort to bring together researchers, industry, government and other key stakeholders from Indiana and the U.S. to build on the research capabilities and strengths in Indiana in the areas of Trusted Microelectronics, Artificial Intelligence, Hypersonics and Quantum Science.

    • Around INdiana: Bosma Enterprises' New CEO

      Bosma Enterprises has provided jobs and opportunities to the blind and visually impaired for more than a century and now the company has a new leader. Meet Bosma CEO Jeff Mittman and learn about his plans for growth.

    • Tech: AuthentiCx

      Indianapolis-based Powderkeg recently honored Indiana tech companies who emphasize and prioritize strong workplace culture. This week, we profile AuthentiCx, a business that walked away with the top award for “emerging culture.” Founder and CEO Amy Brown shares their keys to success.

    • Trendiana: Five Fresh Ways to Celebrate Fall

      Fall is a wonderful time of year in Indiana to get outside and see the changing colors or even try something new. In this month’s Trendiana, Yelp’s Brittany Smith shows us a few new ways to experience fall around the state.

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  • The Show

    • India Wants to Partner with Indiana on Sports

      Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger says a recent trade trip to India included a rare meeting that produced some interesting results.  Schellinger and Governor Eric Holcomb were granted an audience with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

    • I on Education: PopUp Business School

      An alternative to the traditional way of starting a business which usually consists of things like writing a business plan and securing a loan.  It’s called the PopUp Business School. It’s free and it’s coming to Indianapolis. Assistant Vice Chancellor for the Office of Community Engagement at IUPUI Teresa Bennett explains how the school works.

    • The INsiders: Indiana National Lab Day

      Each week a group of INsiders joins me to offer perspective on what’s happening around Indiana. This week we discuss the importance of the Indiana National Lab Day event which is Monday. It’s an effort to bring together researchers, industry, government and other key stakeholders from Indiana and the U.S. to build on the research capabilities and strengths in Indiana in the areas of Trusted Microelectronics, Artificial Intelligence, Hypersonics and Quantum Science.

    • Around INdiana: Bosma Enterprises' New CEO

      Bosma Enterprises has provided jobs and opportunities to the blind and visually impaired for more than a century and now the company has a new leader. Meet Bosma CEO Jeff Mittman and learn about his plans for growth.

    • Tech: AuthentiCx

      Indianapolis-based Powderkeg recently honored Indiana tech companies who emphasize and prioritize strong workplace culture. This week, we profile AuthentiCx, a business that walked away with the top award for “emerging culture.” Founder and CEO Amy Brown shares their keys to success.

    • Trendiana: Five Fresh Ways to Celebrate Fall

      Fall is a wonderful time of year in Indiana to get outside and see the changing colors or even try something new. In this month’s Trendiana, Yelp’s Brittany Smith shows us a few new ways to experience fall around the state.

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  • Perspectives

    • Hope is Not a Plan

      This is sobering. A local business broker in Indianapolis reports nine out of 10 business owners who want to sell are turned away. Of the one in 10 that does make it past the first analysis to sell, over half of those company owners don’t get the sale price they hope for or believe the business is worth. Bottom line, hope is not a plan if you want to sell your business.

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