Sola Adelowo, a certified image consultant and owner of Indianapolis-based ImageCube LLC, uses a surprisingly scientific process that starts with a personality-type assessment and results in custom-style kits and an illustrated wardrobe guide.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority has approved a $350-an-hour contract with former Indianapolis airport executive John Clark to help with business development.
Danny O’Malia, longtime leader of his family’s Indianapolis-based grocery store business, now offers his customer-service-driven advice through his own consulting firm.
Daily Lunch Deal sold last month after just a year in business, marking a milestone for its venture-firm mentor.
Carmel-based IT consultant Allegient LLC plans to grow its central Indiana operations, adding as many as 42 jobs over the next five years.
Colleen Hittle became CEO and sole owner of the Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical and medical device consulting firm in April.
John Gause has grown the size of his benefits brokerage and consulting firm by more than half this year for one big reason: health care reform. He needs more hands on deck because his clients–employers–are facing a raft of new regulations with which they must comply.
Locally based consultancy LeadJen had 20 employees in January. Halfway through the year, the company already has hired 20
more, and President Jenny
Vance expects to add another 20 over the next six months.
Deseri Garcia’s Vida Aventura consulting firm uses challenge courses, other unusual techniques to improve teamwork, morale.
MoveSmart LLC works with business clients looking to make better use of their space, helping to design, furnish and adapt
their offices for maximum efficiency.
Ink cartridges signal that they’re empty when they’re not, but consumers can take steps to judiciously use all the ink in any computer printer cartridge.
The employees of production-innovation consultant Insight2 interview customers, but they also watch and videotape them using
various products. That footage then is dissected to see how consumers deal with problems they encounter. More times than not,
the result is a new product intended to satisfy needs consumers didn’t even know they had.