2021-Oct-Nov Archives • Northwest Indiana Business Magazine


October-November 2021 issue

In this issue

There’s no question the crisis brought on by the pandemic has changed how the world functions. Businesses the past year have adapted to new ways of doing things, including implementing a range of safety protocols for employees as well as how they interact with customers.

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All in on manufacturing

Indiana sets its sights on becoming the nation’s leading production center as manufacturing embraces Industry 4.0, the next stage of the industrial revolution that, among other advances, will marry robotics and the human workforce.

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Judith Neville

Musical inspirations

Judith Neville says the pandemic brought in new customers to Gratz Opus 118 Music & Dance in Valparaiso — people who were looking for ways to feel normal again. Her students are happy: “She teaches in a way that makes music come alive.”

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Ken Iwama

A year of learning

Indiana University Northwest Chancellor Ken Iwama says his first year was one of unity in navigating the pandemic and how to best serve students. Now he’s looking forward to pursuing his top priorities, especially increasing enrollment.

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Janice Logsdon

A passion for the stage

Janis Logsdon, assistant director of the Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau, has a passion for live theater productions, and she hasn’t given up on performing even during the pandemic that shuttered indoor performances.

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