In this issue, the 2021 Entrepreneurial Excellence (E-Day) Award winners and Society of Innovators honorees overcame hurdles to end the year strong.
Publisher Troy Linker says time is now for all industries to rethink hiring strategies as the workforce continues to shrink, making it difficult to find qualified workers.
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.
Tony Oss, chair of the managing board of the Northwest Indiana Forum, shares his expertise on collaboration in a time of crisis, including breaking down silos to get more done for community.
Entrepreneurs have options – especially in Northwest Indiana. And that’s what this edition is all about. We share the successes of small business owners like KC Mars and Rockland Page.
Jim Staton, senior vice president, chief business development officer at the Indiana Economic Development Corp., says Indiana economy in good shape.
Welcome to the June-July issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine where we explore how to conduct post-pandemic business.
K.L. Allen, regional director of Western Governors University, says the way to overcome inequality in our country is to offer affordable educational opportunities for all.
Welcome to the April-May issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine. This edition features the results of our annual Best of Business Awards.
Global pandemic aside, observers of business activity in Northwest Indiana may say the Region was void of any crisis the past year.