Cue the spotlight for the social media posts we’re following closely this week:
.@brittsmithindy‘s job may be uniquely “fun,” but her experience is relevant to any young person looking for a hometown: #Indy offers great careers, quality of life, and a challenge to get involved and make your mark. #FacesofIndy #SucceedInIndy https://t.co/gGvtTlVz3y pic.twitter.com/OgN1cOLl5x
— Develop Indy (@DevelopIndy) March 1, 2018
For those of you who’ve had the pleasure to meet Brittany Smith, you know how on-fire she is for Indy and local culture. Develop Indy put together a great feature article on her – check it out.
— Indy Chamber (@IndyChamber) February 28, 2018
Our Entrepreneur Services division helps small business owners of all industries start and grow their ventures. One of those stories is from Alyssa Barr of Plenty Lifestyle.
We are looking forward to inducting our Laureates into the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame tonight! Congratulations to Daniel J. Elsener, Tomas Morales, Dennis D. Oklak and J. Albert Smith, Jr. on your accomplishments! pic.twitter.com/SRQjlI7upP
— JA Central Indiana (@JACentralInd) March 1, 2018
Junior Achievement of Central Indiana held their annual gathering last night, and we were excited to see the lineup of leaders from Indy Chamber member businesses inducted into the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame!
Say cheese? Nope! “1-2-3…Cheese Fries!” [grin]@portilloshotdog groundbreaking at 8150 Hwy 31 South in #Indianapolis #Indiana with @IndyMayorJoe and @IndyChamber. This location opens July 2018. pic.twitter.com/fBGC4I64i1
— Bob Burchfield (@AroundIndy) February 27, 2018
Move over, Chicago: Portillo’s is growing again in the Indianapolis regional market, this time on Indy’s south side. May chocolate cake shakes and Italian beef sandwiches be plentiful.