Based in Anderson, Bankable offers microloans to small and startup businesses around the state. This is the organization’s first fund specifically targeting Black-owned businesses.
New restaurant in works at former Scotty’s site in Southport
The owner of several local Indian and Pakistani restaurants plans to open Royal Indian Restaurant and Banquet Hall at the site.Read More
Lack of caregivers puts stress on parents, providers
Child care centers across the state are scrambling to find enough workers to meet demand and parents are struggling to find a child care provider with a vacancy.Read More
Local businesses lean on subscriptions to build revenue, customer connections
The idea of having customers periodically pay in advance for products or services is nothing new. But within the past year, at least five Indianapolis-based food and beverage retailers have launched subscription services.Read More
Two new supplier-diversity programs are launching in Indianapolis as local companies and other organizations try to make good on their equity promises from last year.
The demonstration comes as Dronedek prepares a move to Lawrence, where it’s renovating a long-vacant building at 4423 Shadeland Ave. into its new headquarters.
The real estate investor and racing enthusiast has closed a deal with former IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher and her husband that will help them to continue growing their karting business.
The first step in developing a survey is thinking about your audience.
Codelicious founder Christine McDonnell talks about the investment round, which was led by Indianapolis-based Allos Ventures and EduLab Capital Partners, a venture capital firm with offices in Boston and Tokyo that specializes in learning innovation.
Expected to debut by the end of September, The Beerded Swine is intended to be a sister shop to The Savory Swine in downtown Columbus.
Opening a physical location for a collaboration-based company might appear risky during the peak months of the pandemic. But for Indianapolis-based Rock Garage, it seemed like the only way to go.
Yadav runs Indianapolis-based Quest Safety Products, which managed to grow sales 62% last year despite the wrench the pandemic threw into the global economy. Now, the company is investing $5.5 million in a 58,000-square-foot facility in the Park Fletcher area.
The Indianapolis-based Be Nimble Foundation wrapped up its first Black Innovation Week with an inaugural Idea-Stage Pitch Pardi competition—and chose 12 fledgling startups in the tech and consumer products sectors to honor.
The five defendants in the trial include the two co-founders of now-defunct financial services firm Banc-Serv, plus three former employees.
Lenny Floyd opened the Salty Siren Tattoo Lounge at 480 E. Main St. in May 2016. She said she’s busier now than ever.
Supply chain issues and struggles to hire employees are affecting how small businesses are operating—including the hours they are open and the services or products they can provide, according to a survey by the National Federation of Independent Business.
The Wine Market, which opened on Virginia Avenue in 2017, is bursting at the seams. Its owners are investing more than $2 million to buy and renovate a new space in the heart of Fountain Square.
The city of Westfield and Grand Park announced a framework last month to let commercial and institutional organizations use the 400-acre athletic facility as a research lab and product-testing ground.
The program, Build Fund, helps small businesses that are not ready for traditional bank loans receive affordable funding.
About half of the 20 vendors so far are already open at The AMP, which has its grand opening later this month. The AMP, a food-and-drink-based artisan marketplace, is on the campus of 16 Tech on the western edge of downtown.
Tattoo bookings and revenue are surging as Americans look for expressive and therapeutic outlets after a year marked by isolation and loss.
The company’s three stores are open 24/7. Each has a resident dog. You can also pick up everything from power tools to local honey to live bait. What you can’t do, at least for now, is order online.