Indiana sets its sights on becoming the nation’s leading production center as manufacturing embraces Industry 4.0, the next stage of the industrial revolution that, among other advances, will marry robotics and the human workforce.
Regional bank leaders say the pandemic created challenges to communication, but relationships were still key to making clients comfortable.
Region’s businesses seeking global marketplace can get plenty of help from Northwest Indiana resources.
Legal experts in Northwest Indiana say companies should take the time to review workforce policies now that they have adapted to employees working remotely during pandemic.
Northwest Indiana is a major hub for clean-energy jobs, with 10,320 at the end of 2019. Growth in the industry is expected to continue as the shift from coal accelerates.
Steve Beigle’s Chesterton store Circles in the Wind sells made-to-order furniture produced by Amish carpenters in northern Indiana.
The long-awaited West Lake Corridor and double-track transportation projects are laying the groundwork for development near new stations.
The 2020 E-Day honorees have something in common. Each entrepreneur has successfully responded to change. The awards are given annually by the Indiana Small Business Development Center’s Northwest Indiana office.
The pandemic has forced businesses and organizations to adapt for survival. Examples abound in northern Indiana of business plans being rewritten on the fly to operate under dramatically changed conditions.
Vision for Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor leads to multi-billion-dollar economic powerhouse in its first 50 years. Economic leaders are sure the next half century will provide even greater opportunities as the facility undergoes $20 million in upgrades.