September / October 2007
Volume 10, Number 5
Property Tax Primer
Where does your property tax money go? What local government units have experienced the largest levy increases? What are the differences between business and residential assessments and levies? These questions and more are addressed.
Creating His Own Legacy
Martin Luther King III works to achieve lofty goals – reduce poverty and increase world peace. An exclusive interview with the 18th Annual Awards Dinner speaker offers insight into his past, present and future endeavors.
Career Excellence – Times Two
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter executes a most unique transition from making music to advising on national defense issues. This sneak preview sets the stage for his November 8 appearance at the Indiana Chamber's Volunteer of the Year Awards Luncheon.
Business Takes a European Twist
The term global economy is commonplace. It's not just neighbors in Canada and Mexico, or impending giants in China and India. Europe offers intriguing stories and possibilities for Indiana companies.
All eyes on Ireland
ExecConnect: Roundtable discussion
From Belarus to Indianapolis
BizVoice® ReVisited: Canadian trade
Focusing on Real Estate
Property values are largely influenced by surrounding enterprises and economic factors beyond one's control. Two examples:
Auto impact: From Princeton to Greensburg
Agriculture experiences rapid increases
Tops in Tanning
ETS equals major success in a growing industry. Find out how a Marion County company reaches out to the world with its full-service manufacturing, distribution and entrepreneurship services.
Making the Necessary Adjustments
Columbia City and businesses within its borders adapt to changing circumstances to carve out a niche. Learn the latest about the Whitley County community.
Indiana's Leaders: John Lefever, STAR Insurance Agency
Member Spotlight: Bones Theatre
Tax problem not new
BizVoice® Web Exclusives
An early look at three September stories
Changes in capital strategies
Web site addition
Chamber program serves staff