Summer 2016 Issue • Page 2 of 2 • Northwest Indiana Business Magazine

Summer 2016

Northwest Indiana Business Magazine Summer 2016 issue.

Minor League Major Fun

Amenities-packed ballparks draw lots of fans and families. by Ben Smith He’s a Fort Wayne guy, but he’s seen nothing like this. On this blue June evening he leans on the railing and looks out across an expanse of billiard-table green, looks at the players soft-tossing and the fans filling up the concourse and reserved …

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James Muhammad

James Muhammad helps Lakeshore Public Media cut debt, add programming. by Barbara Eastman James A. Muhammad, president and CEO of Lakeshore Public Media (LPM), grew up in Tuscaloosa, Ala. He went to Stillman College on a choral music scholarship and traveled the country performing with the college choir, but majored in communications. His parents were fans …

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Borrowing Online

Choose carefully when deciding on a lending source. In today’s world, small business owners have increasing demands put on their time from customers, employees and suppliers. Because of this, they are constantly in search of ways to be efficient with their time to accomplish more each workday. One way that business owners save time and …

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Inbound Marketing

The digital age ushers in cost-effective concepts. The times have changed, the digital age has taken over, and society now has a whole new format for receiving information. The digital age has altered the landscape of how marketers advertise and communicate brands for a more enhanced customer response to the buying process. Thanks to the …

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Thinking Differently

Innovation isn’t just an “out of the box” mindset. Thinking Differently! If you think differently, you will act differently. You will innovate. Leaders like George Douglas, Indiana Beverage, and Cindy Hedge, Center of Creative Solutions, are among those who embrace this Applesque concept when approaching challenges to the marketplace. Indeed, they helped shape it. This …

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