There’s no question the crisis brought on by the pandemic has changed how the world functions.
Businesses the past year have adapted to new ways of doing things, including implementing a range of safety protocols for employees as well as how they interact with customers. Adapting has led to innovations and new opportunities.
Companies discovered that allowing their employees to work remotely meant providing better cybersecurity measures and moving sensitive data to the cloud.
Development forged ahead with the expansion of logistics centers to accommodate the growing e-commerce sector. Investments also were made to preserve Indiana’s position among the nation’s top manufacturing states.
Businesses that sold products online learned regulations were in constant flux and required regular monitoring.
In his first year leading IUN, Chancellor Ken Iwama navigated the campus through uncharted waters.
Janis Logsdon’s passion for performing endured as she took the stage again.
The Campagna Academy’s mission to provide guidance to youths never wavered and landed state recognition for its longevity.
Working together got the Region, and world, through the crisis, a point noted by Tony Oss, chair of the managing board of the Northwest Indiana Forum.
Enjoy the October-November 2021 edition!
— Larry Avila, managing editor
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