In this issue, we explore community-based business development and how helping others leads to long-term relationships both with clients and employees.
Learn about people, companies making difference at work and in their communities, including Christian Ramos of Arkos Design.
Region’s community-based financial institutions see partnerships as potential long-term relationships, according to experts like Dale Clapp of First Merchants Bank.
To stay relevant, companies of all sizes are rethinking benefits packages. That might mean scaling back in some areas while bolstering others, experts say.
Companies find positive culture can lead to competitive advantages in hiring workers and doing business, which leads to a strong foundation.
Sound services and infrastructure planning give Indiana-made goods outlet to global markets with plethora of airports, ports and highways.
Partnerships between Region’s businesses and nonprofits open doors for often overlooked workers with special needs.
Opportunity to lead recently formed United Way of NWI opened door for new CEO Adam O’Doherty’s return to Midwest roots.
The Grill family continues the Gus Bock tradition with Ace Hardware stores in Dyer, Munster, Winfield and Lansing, Illinois, and plans Dyer store expansion.
Haven House NWI in Hammond approaches four decades of providing a safe place for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.