Educators from high school through college prepare tomorrow’s next generation of entrepreneurs for successful careers.
Plenty of change is in store for one of the Region’s largest and most recognized employers.
The Northwest Indiana Forum will vote for some members of the organization’s board of directors at its Jan. 27 annual meeting.
There’s no question the crisis brought on by the pandemic has changed how the world functions. Businesses the past year have adapted to new ways of doing things, including implementing a range of safety protocols for employees as well as how they interact with customers.
Experts say Region in position to become major logistics hub in booming e-commerce sector, but they must also prepare for a broad range of impacts on the future.
Tony Oss, chair of the managing board of the Northwest Indiana Forum, shares his expertise on collaboration in a time of crisis, including breaking down silos to get more done for community.
The Lake Area United Way and the United Way of Porter County are joining forces.
Assistance plentiful in Northwest Indiana to help entrepreneurs like KC Mars turn ideas into business reality.
Don Babcock, who spent two decades as director of economic development at NIPSCO, plans to stay involved in the Region’s communities during retirement.
Northwest Indiana Forum marketing maven Raeann Trakas shares tips for meeting virtually during this unprecedented time.