In this issue, we explore remote work, education for the next generation of entrepreneurs, brand reputation and cryptocurrency. We interview WNBA exec too!
Educators from high school through college prepare tomorrow’s next generation of entrepreneurs for successful careers.
In the February-March 2022 issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine, how to keep the economy moving forward is the hot topic. Many will have to contribute, including health care, manufacturing, transportation, entrepreneurs and government agencies.
State officials want to build a stronger start-up environment in Indiana.
Entrepreneurs and investors seeking opportunities to get ideas off the ground will have an opportunity to interact at summit on Nov. 10 in South Bend.
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.
Rockland Page, owner of Merrillville-based RockaBlock, was the 2021 winner of Purdue University Northwest’s Big Sell competition.
Applications now are being accepted for the 2021 Innovate WithIN competition.
High school students who have an idea for a new product or business may want to check out the annual Innovate WithIN competition.
Video game developer Abrams Studios is the first winner of the annual North Judson Pitch Competition.