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We get an update on one of Indiana's most powerful economic engines; digital advertising turns upside down in the era of COVID; a Jasper County company aims to upskill Indiana inmates; First Merchant's longtime leader is moving on; how will COVID-19 factor into flu season; Purdue pushes liberal arts education; we get a progress report on Hoosier hi…
 
Business leaders band together to combat racial injustice; Bosma Enterprises continues to grow its important mission; a company with Hoosier roots looks to preserve the legacies of James Dean, Maya Angelou and more; we spotlight Manufacturing Day in Indiana; we talk to "The Father of Echocardiography;" a Fishers company looks to create the classroo…
 
We're learning more about the impact the pandemic is having on the Hoosier restaurant industry; A new electric car service breaks the mold of vehicle financing; the effort is on to save a piece of Indiana's limestone legacy; Site selectors weigh in on what Indiana business will look like post-pandemic; plans are in place for Indiana's first non-smo…
 
Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane has big growth plans; Indiana's agbioscience industry has a new recruiting tool; we spotlight another one of Indiana's endangered landmarks; ANGI Homeservices is ramping up hiring; Fort Wayne gets some much-needed help in opioid treatment; a new tool could provide some relief for families managing students learnin…
 
How is the pandemic affecting Indiana's shipping industry? A Lafayette coworking studio preps for a major event; the effort is on to save an endangered Indiana church; Trendiana looks at outdoor adventures you can enjoy as summer turns into fall; we talk to the new leader of the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute; a public charter school detail…
 
What’s the state of organized labor in Indiana? An Indianapolis tech company is hosting what it says could be Indiana’s version of South by Southwest; Our Endangered Indiana series travels to Elwood; We take a look at changes to an annual charity event in Indy; We’ll get an update on a much-publicized COVID-19 study; Two Hoosier higher ed instituti…
 
Huntingburg celebrates success despite pandemic problems; we spotlight a high-tech success story 20 years in the making; Indiana Landmarks looks to save a historic high school; a local initiative aims to help Black-owned businesses; Indiana launches a service to help treat mental health issues brought on by the pandemic; a former battery factory is…
 
Close to six months after the pandemic hit, how is Indiana's economy faring? We take a look at a far from traditional Indy 500; downtown Attica fights to make a comeback; we introduce you to a new tenant for the 16 Tech Innovation District; a Purdue Research Park company zeroes in on air quality; how high-tech are Indiana's manufacturing companies;…
 
We look at the ripple effects of the Big Ten postponing fall sports; Tipton and Howard counties get the high-speed hookups; Bad Dad Brewing makes a name for itself in Grant County; Trendiana shines a spotlight on Black-owned businesses throughout the state; Johnson Memorial takes the wraps off its new emergency department; WGU Indiana hits two majo…
 
A historic Indy 500 will have no fans in the stands; we take a deep dive into 16 Tech as it hits a major milestone – we'll look at the innovation hub's impact on the startup economy, food, community and more, as well as the more than two-decade road it has taken to this point; Ice Miller takes a look at race relations in the workplace; and we spotl…
 
Hospitals in rural Indiana are feeling the pinch from the pandemic; A major project in Fort Wayne comes a step closer to getting underway; A 17-year-old Hoosier entrepreneur looks to provide PPE for healthcare and nursing home employees; We take a look at the new Fishers AgriPark; The new president of DePauw University joins us to share her vision;…
 
The state of real estate in the midst of a pandemic; Terre Haute gets a boost as it tries to rebound; an Indiana company looks to stop your next water leak; an event marketing company pivots thanks to COVID-19; a Hoosier company making a stress relief device flourishes during a tough time; Indiana Wesleyan offers up a unique educational opportunity…
 
Purdue-affiliated startups are having a remarkable year; we introduce you to UVNinja – an autonomous cleaning robot; an iconic Indiana beverage is experiencing a rebirth; a Carmel company is looking to protect travelers during a complicated time; IU researchers come up with a fabric that could be a medical game-changer; Indy-based Orbis Education t…
 
We get an economic outlook on the second half of 2020; an entrepreneur weighs in on the challenges of starting up during a pandemic; we visit an Indiana baseball bat company; Trendiana spotlights road trips for 10 bucks or less; the state's largest school system prepares for the upcoming year; a high-tech counseling center comes to Columbus; and In…
 
Indiana launches a new office to breathe life back into the tourism industry; Purdue invests in Knox County entrepreneurship; Quaff ON! Brewing is making a big investment in Brown County; we talk to the new CEO of AgriNovus; we preview the upcoming season restart for the Pacers; what will the local effects be of a canceled Minor League Baseball sea…
 
We recap the Mira Awards, celebrating the best in Indiana's technology sector. We talk to the winners of the Trailblazer, Rising Entrepreneur, Scale-Up and Innovation of the Year award winners. Also, a Hoosier startup looks to make hospital beds safer; we talk to the incoming president of Wabash College; a motorsports nonprofit is moving to Indiana…
 
Indiana looks to support its businesses while getting back on track; what effects have the pandemic and protesting had on downtown Indy; Do-it-Best is reporting unprecedented demand; a West Lafayette restaurant changes the way it pays its servers; racial unrest sparks change in Indianapolis schools; Ivy Tech offers free classes to help the unemploy…
 
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce takes a look at how Indiana stands up against its competitors; a Purdue startup boasts an innovation in food; what's next for the now-canceled State Fair; Trendiana spotlights Father's Day gifts with Hoosier flavor; new tech aims to keep workers safe as they return to offices; what will the NBA look like when it tips…
 
Eli Lilly updates a major study on a COVID-19 antibody treatment, while IU and IU Health partner up on a web-based screening effort; Purdue researchers say they've come up with a new way to save space on your phone; we visit Oliver Winery in Bloomington; Butler's basketball coach weighs in on unrest following the killing of George Floyd; Women & Hi…
 
Can Indiana tourism rebound this summer? Holiday World details its reopening plans; a year after spinning off, Corteva Agriscience gives an update; Trendiana spotlights spirits in Indiana; Grand Park takes part in a big youth sports safety study; POINT Biopharma talks about its big investment plans in Indiana; and a former Simon Property Group exec…
 
We talk with Roger Penske about what would have been race weekend, head to Speedway to learn about the impact there and talk to a motorsports insider about the future of racing; we look at a high-tech social distancing tool with Indiana connections; we talk to the co-owner of a bar that had to close in the wake of the pandemic; community health cen…
 
We take a look at the pandemic's effects on Indiana's prominent farming industry; some big names come together on a playbook for returning to work; a new study looks at how widespread COVID-19 is in the state, while we also check in with different regions; we look at the impact on the sports industry, including Westfield's Grand Park and the Pacers…
 
Republic Airways tries to navigate the pandemic fallout; Saab is seeking growth at Purdue's Discovery Park; Catalent in Bloomington looks to be part of an ultimate vaccine solution; some truckers are scrambling to find freight; Indiana's golf industry is faring better than many others during lockdown; the International Center updates its agenda; an…
 
Purdue President Mitch Daniels outlines plans for a return to campus; a Carmel company responds to the call for more COVID-19 testing; could the pandemic lead to a comeback for drive-in theaters; we spotlight ways to celebrate Mother's Day in our current conditions; a new report focuses on the economic impact of COVID-19 on hospitals; we talk to th…
 
We put a focus on IU's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with interviews with IU's president, the head of IU Health and the university's incoming athletic director. Indiana's secretary of commerce talks about the state's current business climate; the Purdue Research Foundation lends its resources to the coronavirus fight; a homegrown Indiana compa…
 
How is Indianapolis International Airport dealing with the coronavirus pandemic? Hoosier businesses continue to answer the call to support the response to COVID-19; we look at the outbreak's continuing impact on venture capital, small businesses and professional sports teams; Putnam County's "Mask Mommas" help fill a critical need; and an effort to…
 
The CEO of Cummins talks about tough decisions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic; GM prepares to make ventilators in Indiana; northeast Indiana startups get some help in an uncertain time; we take a look at the impact of the coronavirus in Indiana's rural cities; Lessonly earns major funding; with traditional sports going dark, esports steps up;…
 
The latest on the response to and fallout from the coronavirus pandemic in Indiana. Governor Eric Holcomb joins us to detail the state's strategy moving forward and how Hoosier businesses are stepping up to help. We'll also look at the outbreak's impact on workforce development, the Indy 500, and your personal finances. We'll also talk about how th…
 
More comprehensive coverage of the coronavirus in Indiana, including the latest on the pandemic's impact on Hoosier health, the economy, the nonprofit sector and Indiana tourism. Eli Lilly's chief scientific officer will give us an update on what the pharmaceutical giant is doing to help. Also this week, we look at the state of the Internet of Thin…
 
We continue comprehensive coverage of coronavirus in Indiana. We'll hear what the state and companies including Roche, Eli Lilly and Hotel Tango are doing to fight the outbreak; Noblesville's new mayor talks about the state of the city; we spotlight a new model for dental insurance; The Innovators With Dr. K returns; a coffeehouse with a unique pur…
 
A special all women edition of the Inside INdiana Business Television Podcast: How are we empowering today's young women? A look at coronavirus in the workplace; a spotlight on "A Sign By Design"; we take you inside Launch Terre Haute; Indiana celebrates National Women's Month; a new nonprofit aims to help cancer survivors; a year-long program seek…
 
What is the state of trucking in the wake of Celadon's bankruptcy; a Purdue pavement project could save money and reduce traffic; a state effort looks to promote Indiana as the best place to live and visit; the Colts want you to give the gift of life this holiday season; Marian University targets the teacher shortage; we preview the upcoming Hall o…
 
We introduce you to the Drink Culture podcast; we focus on entrepreneurship with a spotlight on the Heritage Group Accelerator; ClusterTruck inks a key deal for its future; can new technology prevent injuries in active duty firefighters; we talk to a company that builds and runs in-school makerspaces; we spotlight an online training platform for re…
 
What can retailers expect for the 2019 holiday shopping season? A prominent women’s business organization will honor Hoosier visionaries; we talk to the new coach of the Indiana Fever; a big data project brings health and education together; efforts continue to train early childhood care workers; a Division II bowl game is coming to northwest India…
 
Big things are happening in Terre Haute, including a history-making chamber president; we preview the legislative session beginning in January; Trendiana spotlights Indiana's iconic eats; the NCAA speaks out on new student-athlete rules; IU Health's CEO talks about a $100 million investment; the INnovators With Dr. K looks at an orthodontist online…
 
The Infosys Education Center crosses a big milestone; how can businesses help build the workforce of tomorrow; there's a change at the top of one of Indiana's oldest tech companies; a new resource guide will help schools access fresh, local food; Simon Youth Foundation celebrates an anniversary; Butler opens an esports and gaming lounge; and, we ta…
 
Blockbuster news as the Indianapolis MOtor Speedway and the IndyCar Series are sold to Penske - we learn what it means from Hulman and Co.'s CEO as well as our own Bill Benner, and we talk about the upcoming autonomous challenge at the Speedway; we talk to another Tech Culture Award winner; a Hoosier organization looks to teach life skills to peopl…
 
We’re on the road exploring northwest Indiana with a special show from the Mascot Hall of Fame in Whiting. We take a look at the state of the economy and the steel industry in the region; The CEO of the Center of Workforce Innovations talks about workforce development efforts; A Portage-based peanut butter producer is growing; Indiana Dunes Tourism…
 
The National FFA convention returns; we go Inside INnovation with Covideo; the Indiana’s Future-Ready Workforce series looks at the Indiana Teacher of the Year; a Logansport company heads to Walmart; IU marks two years of one of its Grand Challenges; a new preschool opens in a former Marsh; and our (i) on Economic Development panel looks at the sta…
 
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