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Our total has hit 63 in national and state competitions over the past 13 years. All are greatly appreciated with one of the highlights being a Grand Award in the APEX competition.

The winning entry was “Let’s Make a (Business) Deal,” a five-article package written by Rebecca Patrick and Tom Schuman in the September-October 2011 edition. Stories included a focus on deals involving the Colts' move to Indianapolis, different paths to growth for Franklin Electric and Herff Jones, information and analysis from authorities in the "business deal" world and a one-on-one interview with Mickey Maurer, leading dealmaker in both the private and public sectors.

There were nearly 3,400 APEX entrants with only 100 earning the Grand Award, a first for BizVoice® in this competition. The judges’ comments were: "Superbly researched, interviewed and written articles on the ‘art of the business deal.’ A range of valuable information from case histories to anecdotes to specific tips makes this series a worthwhile read."

In May 2013, BizVoice® received an Award of Honor in the newsletter/magazine category of the PRSA Hoosier Chapter Pinnacle Awards. A month earlier, Matt Ottinger and Symone Skrzycki earned a first-place headline writing award in the Indiana Society of Professional Journalists “Best in Indiana Journalism” competition.

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