This Week on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick 2/4/22
Vanta Coda II, CEO, Ports of Indiana
While ships were stalled on the coasts, the Ports of Indiana set records in 2021. Eleven million tons of cargo made its way through the state’s three ports last year… Vanta Coda explains the reasons behind the surge and prospects for more growth.
Brandon Fischer, Founder & CEO, Alleo
Carmel-based Alleo says its business is surging with customers ranging from the Fortune 100 to U.S. Military. Brandon Fischer explains how his company creates interactive experiences without writing any code!
Around INdiana: Endangered Indiana
B.G. Pollard Lodge Part 2 – Mary-Rachel Redman
From the outside, it doesn’t look like much now. But back in the day, it was the “go to” place for African Americans in Bloomington during the racially charged 60s. Mary-Rachel Redman on the lodge in Monroe County could soon disappear as she continues her Endangered Indiana series.
Nolan Hudson, Owner, 1205 Distillery
A toast to a growing new “spirit” in Indiana… Hoosier distilleries. A look at what’s driving the popularity of the state’s whiskey and rye industry. Nolan Hudson shares what’s fueling growth for 1205 as it prepares to open its third location in downtown Lebanon.
Business of Health
Kellie Tremain, President and CEO, Indiana Donor Network
Saving Hoosier lives one transplant at a time. Kellie Tremain has more on the Indiana Donor Network’s record year.
(i) on Education
Alex Moseman, Director of Talent Acquisition, Indianapolis Public Schools
Indiana’s largest school district wants more diverse, high-quality teachers in the classroom. Alex Moseman shares the goal of IPS’ Proving What’s Possible Initiative.
Inside INdiana Sports
Allison Melangton, Senior Vice President, Penske Entertainment
A trip down memory lane when the eyes of the world were focused on Indianapolis—site of Super Bowl 46. Will the city bid on another one and what’s the next potential big thing to go after?
Inside This Week’s IBJ
Lesley Weidenbener, Editor, IBJ
What is the “gig economy” and why is it moving forward in Indiana? And what’s next for the 46 murals installed in Indianapolis when the city hosted the Super Bowl a decade ago? Our partners at the IBJ are looking into this and much more.