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.
Lenders say relationships key to helping small businesses survive pandemic’s economic worst. With rules in constant flux for the SBA program, lenders burned the midnight oil to learn how to get funds to clients.
Teachers Credit Union has finished its overhaul of its downtown South Bend headquarters.
Two organizations from South Bend and another from Valparaiso are among the winners of Teachers Credit Union’s inaugural Innovate! Business Challenge.
New Buffalo Savings Bank in Michigan now is officially part of Teachers Credit Union.
Learn about people and companies making a difference at work and in their communities, including Dana Dumezich of Schererville who recently was appointed to the board of directors of the American Community Bank of Indiana.
As the number of reported coronavirus cases continues rising, waves of resources have poured in from people and businesses eager to help frontline workers aiding those affected by the pandemic.
Growing Teachers Credit Union’s assets and members, expanding its services and growing its physical footprint landed industry honors for organization leader Paul Marsh.
Teachers Credit Union is another step closer to closing on its purchase of New Buffalo Savings Bank.
Teachers Credit Union recently appointed a new board member and elected new officers to its board of directors.