The barter network Tradebank has opened a franchise in Indianapolis with two veterans from Louisville.
Franklin College has a new office that helps Johnson County not-for-profits develop Web sites and recruit volunteers. The
Nonprofit Resource Center was sparked in part by the lack of volunteer coordination during the summer floods of
After working in retail management for four years, Rich and Jodi Scheve decided to take business into their own hands—and
their own garage. Passing on business plans for Subway and South Bend Chocolate Co. franchises, the couple
skirted heavy franchise fees and started Twisted Wick Candle Co.
Franklin College filed a lawsuit today alleging trademark infringement against Ohio-based Franklin
University, which will open a campus in Castleton this fall. The liberal arts college south of Indianapolis
said the newcomer’s marketing blitz has been too close to Franklin College’s own branding.
Ohio-based Franklin University’s move into the Indianapolis market sets up the potential for significant name confusion with
Franklin College, the liberal arts school 30 minutes south of Indianapolis.
Johnson County officials this month approved a 7-percent tax on hotel-room stays.
The menu at Hal’s Fabulous Bar & Grille, is ambitious, but doesn’t deliver consistently tasty items. Best bet is the lemon
pepper chicken with penne.
Endress + Hauser Inc., one of Greenwood’s biggest employers, is planning a major expansion that will bring 234 jobs to Johnson
Advantis Medical Inc. manufactures custom trays and cases for orthopedic surgical devices. That core product line brought Advantis some $5.2 million in revenue in 2004, double the amount of the previous year, said Advantis President Jim Spencer.