Endeavor, which helps companies access talent and capital but takes no equity, is hunting for six to eight companies for its second Midwest cohort, an eight-month mentoring program which begins April 23. Endeavor officials want at least of those companies to come from central Indiana.
Health care systems scramble to offer latest in cancer care
Indiana University Health’s new Schwarz Cancer Center is the latest addition to a crowded landscape of cancer centers and hospital oncology programs popping up around central Indiana.Read More
Fiber network firm looks beyond Indiana for growth
Intelligent Fiber Network has spent the last 18 months rebranding—including a name change that telegraphs its growth plans—and ramping up its marketing.Read More
BHI Senior Living on growth tear, even as some of its rivals sputter
The retirement community operator had revenue of $51.4 million last year, up 4% from 2017, according to its Form 990 tax return.Read More
Family-owned Beck’s unfazed by multinational seed rivals
A seed is an appropriate metaphor for Beck’s Hybrids, while its competitors in the fast-consolidating farm-seed industry might be compared to the towering plant in Jack and the Beanstalk.Read More
ActiveCampaign, a Chicago-based marketing technology company that recently opened an Indianapolis office, announced this week it landed $100 million in Series B funding that will help it grow locally.
Lev added 92 employees in 2019, exceeding the goal of 70 new hires that it set when it announced the move of its headquarters to Indianapolis in February 2019.
Zionsville-based 120WaterAudit plans to use the funds to improve its digital water-program-management platform and expand sales and marketing.
Carmel-based CC Holdings manages dozens of restaurants and coffee shops, but few are in conventional locations.
In the wake of the May closure of The Hendricks County Flyer, Grow Local Media is expanding its own Hendricks County paper.
The manufacturer has reinvigorated its product line, brokered new partnerships, and greatly expanded its sales footprint, but the tune from parent New York-based Voxx International Corp. is far less melodic.
The Morgan County town’s best-kept entrepreneurial secret might not be a secret much longer, thanks to private equity ownership, an expanded management team, and ambitious plans to double revenue.
The newly merged company has big plans for broad rollout of the natural stone, which is considered superior to other types of limestone quarried throughout the world.
But first—Chris Jensen said—the city needs to take steps that will help guide and keep a handle on the coming influx of residents and businesses.
Now a part of New York-based IAC’s ANGI Homeservices Inc., Angie’s List is achieving record sales and planning for major growth in Indianapolis.
The Indianapolis Public Library system is on a physical growth spurt, even in an increasingly digital age where a growing portion of its collection exists only online.
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.
Founded in 2014, VisionTech has seen its membership, or investors—as well as the amount invested by those members—swell significantly in the last two years.
Sahm’s Restaurant Group focuses on filling underserved niches, making its customers happy with unpretentious food, and building deep connections with the neighborhoods in which it operates.
A partnership with Japanese personal-computer maker Lenovo—to be rolled out Feb. 25—and $34.8 million secured in October has the software firm poised for explosive growth.