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Judith Neville

Musical inspirations

Judith Neville says the pandemic brought in new customers to Gratz Opus 118 Music & Dance in Valparaiso — people who were looking for ways to feel normal again. Her students are happy: “She teaches in a way that makes music come alive.”

Rockland Page

Aware of his brand

In 2017, Rockland Page decided to take charge of his future by starting his own business. Today, his graphic design talents have made his T-shirts widely popular.

Daniel Hayes

Communicating better care

Crown Point-based HealthCall quickly filled a void during the pandemic by providing the communication bridge for the needs of communities, clients, patients and health care workers around the country.

Circles in the Wind

Furniture made to last

Steve Beigle’s Chesterton store Circles in the Wind sells made-to-order furniture produced by Amish carpenters in northern Indiana.

Alexis Stanley

Launched out of need

National competition shines spotlight on nurse’s haircare product line UniQurl.

Clayton Geyer

Born from a crisis

Pandemic inspires Rensselaer family to launch PPE-making company Indiana Face Mask, which began making FDA approved surgical face masks in March. The company produces between 40,000 to 50,000 surgical face masks weekly.

DineIn steps up in COVID crisis

Delivering ahead of curve

During the early weeks of the pandemic, Joshua Railton, owner of DineIn, said his company’s residential orders were up 22%. DineIn, which launched in 1993, was ready for the uptick.

Fluid Coffeebar now has two locations

Brewing up success

Entrepreneurs’ decades-long journey culminates with opening of multiple Fluid Coffeebars • Husband-and-wife team Charles and Alison Scates.

Marilyn's Bakery & Cafe

Made from scratch

Marilyn’s Bakery & Café focuses on seasonality, a nod to Indiana’s farm culture and home produce growers, Barbara Tracy said.

B.Nutty founders

Dreamy peanut butter success

Since 2014, B.Nutty has grown from a fundraising idea to a global operation that now makes gourmet peanut butter in a 16,000-square-foot production center in Portage.

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