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April 17, 2019 Emily Krawzak

Healthy Workforce: What Indy CEOs are Saying

On April 9, the Indy Chamber together with Bose McKinney & Evans LLP gathered local CEOs for a roundtable discussion on workforce health: why it matters, what problems the community is facing, and ways we can come together to provide solutions. Out of the roundtable discussions, key themes emerged. THERE…

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March 29, 2019 Joe Pellman

Legislative Update: Where Do We Go?

Legislative developments this week leave us in a contemplative mood, befitting one of the more cerebral artists in the game, Talib Kweli.  The Senate hasn’t unveiled its version of the budget (likely waiting for April 5 revenue projections), and Ways & Means is still holding onto bills like…

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March 25, 2019 Joe Pellman

Indiana Forward & Indiana Competes Respond to Bias Crimes Amendment Approved Today (Senate Bill 198)

The following statement may be attributed to Mindi Goodpaster, VP of Public Policy, United Way of Central Indiana and Mark Fisher, Chief Policy Officer, Indy Chamber, on behalf of the Indiana Forward campaign and Indiana Competes coalition. While the action taken today by the Indiana House of Representatives continues the…

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March 21, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

A Dutch Firm’s Journey to Indiana

In international business, companies seek the competitive advantage of locating near their target market. In 2017, Westfield, Indiana welcomed a new resident with this goal in mind — AeroFilm Systems, Inc. The Dutch engineering company designs, develops, and manufactures air casters and air caster transport systems. It selected Indiana…

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March 21, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Building Bridges: CITCA + the Indianapolis Region

In late February, the Indy Chamber brought the Indianapolis Region to Chicago for an event with the Chicago International Trade Commissioners’ Association (CITCA). The event featured the Indy region and participants explored collaboration with CITCA trade commissioners, who work to deepen trade relations between their home countries and the…

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March 15, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Legislative Update: Change the Game

Rapper and part-time NBA team owner Jay-Z helps us title this week’s update, as a high-profile hearing on SB7 generated plenty of attention.  The bill would change the game for Indy’s sports and hospitality sector, expanding our convention capacity while keeping the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse – and kicking in…

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March 14, 2019 Joe Pellman

Tinker House Events: I Am Indy Chamber

  Tinker House Events is a non-traditional, artistic, and fun space that embodies the culture of Indianapolis. A unique event venue featuring local artwork and an unobstructed view of downtown Indianapolis, Tinker House Events is located on 16th Street and the Monon Trail in a revitalized industrial building. Available…

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March 13, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Welcome to the Indy Chamber!

The Indy Chamber would like to extend a warm welcome to all our new members! The following is a list of members who joined in January and February 2019. We’re so glad to have you and look forward to supporting your growth. January Aerosmith Fastening Systems…

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March 8, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Legislative Update: Keep Their Heads Ringin’

We had to bring out the big guns – the one-and-only D-R-E – to headline this week’s update.  We’re at a turning point, a gut check about what we mean when we say ‘Hoosier values.’  It’s time to bring the noise. We all know that Indiana is one of just five states…

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March 7, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

The nation’s leading civil rights organizations to Indiana legislators: No list, no law

Thirty of America’s most prominent civil rights advocacy organizations rebuke Indiana’s current bias crimes bill as “weak,” “vague” and “unacceptable” INDIANA, March 7, 2019 – Thirty of the nation’s leading civil rights organizations — including the Anti-Defamation League, the Human Rights campaign, the NAACP and the Southern Poverty Law Center…

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