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September / October 2018

Volume 21, Number 5

COVER STORIES

In the Author’s Own Words
J.D. Vance, known for telling the early story of his life in Hillbilly Elegy, weighs in on rural economies, workforce skills, Indiana’s entrepreneurial climate and more. [Full story]

Donnelly vs. Braun
Indiana’s U.S. Senate race is drawing national attention once again. The incumbent and the challenger each answer five key questions. Read what they have to say. [Full story]

FEATURE STORIES

Primary Care Evolution
Traditional health care models are turned upside down as lifestyle changes and physician shortages impact delivery systems. [Full story]

Festival Fever
Indiana’s festival count approaches 1,000, according to one state official. Our Road Trip Treasures series takes you to enjoy pierogies in Whiting and the circus in Peru. [Full story]

Series Sponsor: Grand Wayne Convention Center

FURTHERMORE

ELECTON 2018

INDIANA VISION 2025: DYNAMIC AND CREATIVE CULTURE

  • Evaluating the Vision: An overview of the Indiana Vison 2025 driver focused on new business creation and the factors that help produce it.
  • Accelerating the Pace: Indiana companies on the fast track after engagement in inaugural gBETA program.
  • Tech Talent Attraction: Five strategies to look at in the ongoing battle to bring skilled employees to the Hoosier state.
  • Boilers and a Book: Little Engine Ventures has a unique name and a growing impact in business investments and company growth.
  • Speaking Out: Learn how Cyclone Social is working with companies to expand their social media impact.
  • Read All About It: Author Learning Center strives to establish the playbook and provide support for aspiring writers.
  • Quick Hits: Coding school approach; helping physicians do business; student entrepreneur.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

  • Indiana Workforce Recovery: Indiana Chamber and Wellness Council initiative reaching out to help employers assist their employees.
  • Indiana Healthy Communities: A comprehensive approach can provide multiple benefits for cities, towns and counties.
  • Quick Hits: Addictions counseling additions; assessing community needs; a new Institute for Public Health.

DEPARTMENTS

President’s Message

Tweet Street

Go To It

Business Resources

Guest Column
Alternatives to opioids

Guest Column
Impacts of obesity

Featured Video

Editorial Calendar

November/December 2018

Annual Award Winners
Chamber Member Recognition
Series: Road Trip Treasures (Indiana destinations)

January/February 2019

Special Edition: Innovation, Technology and Indiana’s Business Future
Indiana Workforce Recovery (Series: Battling the opioid epidemic in the workplace)
Indiana Icons (Series: Historical companies, business leaders)

March/April 2019

Education/Workforce
Indiana Vision 2025: Outstanding Talent
Indiana Workforce Recovery (Series: Battling the opioid epidemic in the workplace)
Indiana Icons (Series: Historical companies, business leaders)

Full Calendar

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