Additional resources to help small businesses in Northwest Indiana recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic are now available through the Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission.
The latest government jobs report shows people around the country are returning to work as the nation continues to reopen after months of shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Organizers of a Region initiative to develop a long-term strategy to strengthen Northwest Indiana’s economy are ready to provide on update on their progress.
Indiana University Northwest researchers are seeking input from small business owners around the Region to determine the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the local economy.
Regina Emberton, president and CEO, of the South Bend – Elkhart Regional Partnership, has received the certified economic development designation from the International Economic Development Council.
An idea to open a deep-water port in Northwest Indiana five decades ago has become a multi-billion-dollar economic powerhouse.
The easing of restrictions and gradual reopening of the economy in late spring and early summer after months of closures because of the COVID-19 pandemic, likely factored into an improving employment picture for Indiana in June.
Two organizations from South Bend and another from Valparaiso are among the winners of Teachers Credit Union’s inaugural Innovate! Business Challenge.
Startup South Bend–Elkhart, an initiative of the South Bend – Elkhart Regional Partnership to foster an entrepreneurial environment, has landed a state honor for the second straight year.
Job gains in leisure and hospitality, manufacturing, private education and health services helped lower May’s unemployment rate in Indiana.