September / October 2006
Volume 9, Number 5
Election 2006: Preparation and Execution
BizVoice® provides a comprehensive preview during each statewide election cycle. Recent history is repeating itself with a contentious battle for control of the Indiana House of Representatives. This special section offers an early outlook, along with updates on other key political issues.
- Business leaders communicating with their employees
- Roundtable discussion on national and state topics and trends
- Indiana's election reforms prior to and the day of the election
- The Statehouse race and Indiana Business for Responsive Government
Taking Technology to the Next Level
Office operations are undergoing frequent changes as organizations must upgrade to maintain their productivity. Learn the latest on videoconferencing, telephone systems, mobile devices and printers/copiers.
Making Government More Effective
In Northwest Indiana, congressman Pete Visclosky and local leaders are championing the Good Government Initiative. The area is focusing on shared services to transform government operations.
Chamber Presents Its Main Event
In the right corner, it's GOP stalwart Mary Matalin. From the left, we present Democrat strategist James Carville. The famous Washington duo will be the keynote presenters at the 17th Annual Awards Dinner on November 8.
Maintaining Jobs in Indiana
Former Chamber president Chris LaMothe teams with Delaware County business and community leaders to keep company and its employees at home. Sherry Laboratories anticipates continued growth in Daleville and beyond.
International Investment Benefits Knox County
Nearby Toyota presence helps bring Japanese suppliers to Vincennes. Expansions continue at Futaba and Excell as companies integrate themselves into the community.
- Member Spotlight: Vincennes University
- Corporate Citizenry: David and Jennifer Skinner
- Indiana's Leaders: Dan Osborne and Elizabeth Cutter-McNeece
Project Lead the Way, Goose Pond
Setting the stage for re-entry
Pass It On
Changing unhealthy behaviors
Latino impact escalates