Welcome to the June-July issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine where we explore how to conduct post-pandemic business.
Learn about people, companies making a difference at work and in their communities, including Marcus Mayer who was named branch manager of the Merrillville branch.
Legal experts in Northwest Indiana say companies should take the time to review workforce policies now that they have adapted to employees working remotely during pandemic.
Region experts say the best offense is a good defense when it comes to protecting companies and organiza-tions from malicious ransomware that often stops operations or seriously impairs them.
Regional experts say marketing in the digital age starts with a complementary web and social media presence to build brand awareness with potential customers.
Northwest Indiana banking leaders stress the importance of setting up a rainy day fund for businesses as they reflect on the past year during a pandemic.
Northwest Indiana institutions of higher learning focus on new ways to attract students and to offer relevant training in support of the Region’s thriving business community.
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.
Attorney Layne Marino, with the law firm of Burke Costanza & Carberry in Merrillville, shares her expertise on how to buy a franchise and make it successful.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana take steps to remind Region’s communities that they offer many activities for children.