Turning a former German social club and gym into the offices of a medical claims management organization and international travel insurance company was no small order—especially because the building had to remain more-or-less true to its original form to qualify for the federal Historic Tax Credit program.
One of Brown County’s newest tourist draws is also perhaps its most unusual. And it’s an integral part of the fast-growing family of local culinary/adult-beverage brands including Big Woods, Quaff ON and Hard Truth Distillery.
While major corporations and large government agencies have taken detailed, elaborate steps to guard against the problem, smaller municipalities, companies and organizations are in something of a bind. Protecting such small groups against ransomware (or at least improving their chances of recovering from an attack) can be time-consuming and costly.
Carmel-based CC Holdings manages dozens of restaurants and coffee shops, but few are in conventional locations.
Former Navy nurse Bob Morrison developed a taste for arts-and-crafts-style homes while serving on the West Coast and found the perfect outlet for that passion back home in Indiana.
Not putting all of your economic eggs in one basket has always been sound advice, and over the past couple of decades, U.S. businesses have—slowly—started to apply it. In the 1950s, U.S. exports constituted only 5% of gross domestic product. Today they’re 14%—a record high that’s still rising. Yet the rate is still far below a country like Germany, where exports account for roughly 50% of GDP.
Indianapolis-based beverage maker Circle Kombucha wants to sell its signature product—carbonated, fermented tea—throughout the Midwest.
When Steve Gray, home renovator and president of Steve Gray Renovations, first set eyes on the midcentury modern house in which he and his family have lived the past two decades, he was immediately intrigued. His wife, not so much. “It was a dreary day, and everything indoors was painted tan,” Deanna Gray, office manager […]
The Batesville-based company recognized that it needed a new growth engine after Americans began embracing cremation as an alternative to casket burials.
The Andre B. Lacy School of Business operates in an ecosystem filled with in-state competitors that dwarf it in size. Dean Steve Standifird figures if you can’t match them in size, you’d better be more agile and adaptable.
A Brazilian digital agriculture company that has set up its North American offices at Purdue Research Park wants to create a data-aggregation system powered by artificial intelligence.
Company’s emphasis on sweet wines has helped make Oliver the largest Hoosier winery (by far) and the 44th-largest in the United States.
Indianapolis-based Wheaton World Wide Moving is determined not just to survive, but to become an ever-larger player in the residential interstate moving industry.
The stuff buyers pack into outdoor living areas varies according to taste. Some opt for outdoor kitchens, though most see the space as a place to chill rather than sling hash. Some spaces are even equipped with outdoor-rated televisions that—allegedly—can stay in the yard year round.
John Pistole, an Anderson native who took the helm of the Christian university in 2015, said putting it on stronger financial footing has been tougher than he expected.
The handmade products of Indianapolis-based Ambre Blends are racking up big sales gains nationwide among high-end clientele.