Indiana is slowly reopening, but the road to recovery will not be easy. The key to how fast our economy gets back on track lies with our small business owners. They were among the hardest hit during the pandemic.
On June 28, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed a law establishing the first Monday in September of each year as a national holiday—Labor Day. A day to celebrate the American worker.
Gov. Eric Holcomb shares his insight on how the business community has worked together to persevere during this unprecedented crisis, including how the state will emerge from the storm strong.
I like to think one of the best legacies for an effective CEO is to leave people and the organization better off than when he or she found them.
New agency’s goal to raise state’s profile will attract people and businesses — with help from us all • Elaine Bedel, Indiana Destination Development Corp.
During the past decade, Indiana has worked diligently to create the best environment in the nation for doing business, and the results speak for themselves.
The faculties at our Region’s colleges and universities are deeply committed to engaging students in their work.
Region more than place to pass through on the way to other places, and a group of like-minded people want to make sure others come to this same epiphany.
Mark Van Fleet, managing partner at Converge Ventures, comments on how Northwest Indiana businesses should take advantage of global opportunities.
Working together to build 21st-century workforce will fuel innovation, diversity, talent There’s an African proverb, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” As Indiana works to fill more than 1 million jobs during the next decade, attracting, developing and connecting talent for a 21st-century workforce has […]