2018-Jun-Jul Archives • Northwest Indiana Business Magazine


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Growth isn’t by Chance

Growth requires planning, collaboration, inspiration and teamwork Growth in its many forms, including business growth, economic growth, and personal growth, is a recurring theme in this issue. I hope you enjoy and find inspiration from our stories in this issue, which shares various ways folks are working together to grow themselves, their companies, and their …

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Around the Region

Stay current with local people, news and events BANKING Trish Reid has been promoted to vice president of Business Banking Administration of Centier Bank.  Reid has worked in local banking for more than 40 years, spending the last 15 with Centier Bank. LaKetra Williams has been named branch manager and officer of Centier’s Gary Miller Location.  Williams …

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Michigan City-based Burn ‘Em Brewing

Writing Their Own Stories

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 …

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When Disaster Strikes

How a DRBC plan can save your business Bob Moulesong According to statistics found on Statista (www.statista.com) the cost of a data loss for American businesses is upwards of $7.35 million – per occurrence. That cost doubled in a 10-year period ending in 2017, because of digital dependence. When we asked business analysts, managers, and …

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Careers: Take 2

Experience leads the way in education It’s been talked about for years in the news and written about in business and trade magazines – there’s a shortage of skilled workers in the U.S. An ongoing effort to provide high school courses and hands-on training in career and technical education (CTE) is helping to bridge that …

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