The state of Indiana received a $495,000 grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration to help small businesses find new markets for Hoosier-made goods around the world.
Northwest Indiana entrepreneurs as well as Region residents considering bringing new products to market can turn to Purdue University Northwest for help.
Gloria Jean’s Coffees is opening a new location in Crown Point.
Hungry Hound Boutique and Grooming now offers mobile services.
J & M Golf Inc. has purchased the 12,000-square-foot space occupied by Louise’s Hallmark Store in St. John.
Nominations now are being accepted for the 2019 Entrepreneurial Excellence (E-Day) Awards.
Lokring Midwest in Valparaiso was among 14 Indiana companies recognized during the Small Business Impact Award program May 9.
Businesses tackle challenges, embrace growth For the Burn ‘Em Brewing crew, the decision to bring its brand and brews to downtown La Porte was driven by demand and a witty outlook. “We have been growing at our own pace for the last few years, and only being in part of Indiana, there is still plenty […]
Salute to small business leaders making an impact One of the highlights for the region’s business community is the annual celebration of notable entrepreneurs selected to receive Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards. The E-Day Award ceremony shines a spotlight on individuals who have built a reputation for business prowess and community service. The E-Day Class of 2017, […]
Small business provides a sense of place Small business is the lifeblood of every city or town, regardless of size. A 2012 study by Civic Economics, a company that analyzes the impact of buying local, found that local businesses are known to have a “multiplier effect” on their communities; for every dollar spent at a […]