The pandemic has forced businesses and organizations to adapt for survival. Examples abound in northern Indiana of business plans being rewritten on the fly to operate under dramatically changed conditions.
Families of with children attending Michigan City Area Schools will receive the information about programs and other district information thanks to support from the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce.
Determining how to get back to business under a new normal as the Region and world begin resuming life activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will be no easy task, but resources are emerging to provide guidance.
Economic Development Corporation Michigan City and the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce in partnership with SERA Solutions have launched a COVID-19 resource website.
Entrepreneurs’ decades-long journey culminates with opening of multiple Fluid Coffeebars • Husband-and-wife team Charles and Alison Scates.
Region takes steps to ensure industry builds on technological skills, workforce needed for success Since the first steel mills opened along the Lake Michigan shoreline, Northwest Indiana has repeatedly proven highly adaptable to meeting the needs of manufacturing. Still this unheralded sector of American productivity continues to be viewed as a dirty, dangerous industry despite […]
Katie Eaton has been named new president of the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce. Eaton, who most recently served as economic development manager with the Economic Development Corp. Michigan City, is a lifelong resident of the Michigan City area. She begins her new role with the chamber Nov. 13. “Ms. Eaton’s background working with local […]
MICHIGAN CITY – The Michigan City Chamber of Commerce is in search of a new leader following the resignation of Mary Jo Orlowski who had served as the organization’s president since January 2016. The chamber in a Sept. 20 statement said that Orlowski “tendered her resignation.” No other details were provided. The chamber said Orlowski […]