February-March 2018 Issue • Northwest Indiana Business Magazine

February-March 2018

Northwest Indiana Business Magazine February-March 2018 issue.

Troy Linker

Lifelong Learners

Lifelong Learners prosper from today’s increased speed of change. Long gone are the days when one could learn a profession in their twenties and expect to apply it relatively unchanged for the rest of their work life.

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Bob Buhle

Around the Region

Stay current with local people, news and events BANKING Centier Bank announced that longtime Senior Partner Bob Buhle will retire after a 30-year career serving the family-owned bank based in Merrillville. Buhle leaves a professional legacy as an innovative leader and guiding the bank through a period of “immense technological change” in the banking sector,

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Innovative Environments

Extraordinary venues transport events to another plane In a world where instantaneous is the new norm, even businesses and organizations are taking their events to a new entertainment level by using unique venues. “We’re in a changing time where everything is instant gratification,” says Michael Angelo Bernacchi, president and founder of Michael Angelos Events, which

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Behind the Scenes of Construction

Understanding engineering protocol in local projects Admit it, you’ve driven past a new charter school or public library or professional building and wondered where it came from seemingly overnight. Or you’ve questioned the necessity for so many workers at a construction site when only a few of the hard hats are visibly in action. Or

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Mark Fisher

Dwyer president aims high, dreams big, and gives back One of Mark Fisher’s smartest business decisions was to drink decaffeinated coffee. The last thing this high-octane business executive needs is an energy boost. The 52-year-old father of four is in constant motion. Yet when his athletic body takes a rare break, his mind still races.

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Alastair Willis

Things to Do and See in South Bend

An update on art and entertainment options across the region It’s a particularly busy stretch at the Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend. On February 8, NPR’s long-running quiz show, “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me,” will record an episode with a live audience at the Morris. “A Chorus Line” runs for four shows February

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Lessons in the Game of Life

Ron Howard leads the way for children’s camps Seven years in, they pull up to the door now and out spill the children. Out spill all the things in his life that make Ron Howard smile.  Yet it’s not just the children who are his blessing, it’s who’s behind the wheel of the vehicles that

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