year : 2015 103 results

Financial Builders Federal Credit Union Selects Buzz Points to Offer Shop Local Loyalty and Rewards Program

Buzz Points, a leader in connecting local businesses, community financial institutions and consumers through rewards, today announced that Financial Builders Federal Credit Union, a member-owned financial institution headquartered in Kokomo, Ind., serving members throughout Howard and Tipton counties has selected the Buzz Points shop local loyalty ...

Save the date: Champions of Diversity 2016

Indiana Minority Business Magazine's premiere event, Champions of Diversity is quickly approaching and will be held January 15, 2016. For sponsorship information or ticket details, contact Ebony Chappel at Ebonyc@indianapolisrecorder.com.

Feel good, look good

By Jessica R. Key Beauty is skin deep, but you can’t deny that when you put in the proper work to make your body a temple of health, it shows. When the appropriate diet and exercise routines are coupled with a close relationship with one’s physician, that feeling is reflected in one’s physical appearance, attitude and work performance. ...

How technology has revolutionized the makeup industry

By Victoria T. Davis Advancements in technology have dramatically changed the way society eats, sleeps and functions throughout the day. From health care updates to computer software advances, technology has been on the forefront of how the world operates. The makeup industry has now been added to that list, as 3D printers, mobile applications ...

Work it out in local boutique gyms

By Lauren Caggiano LOL Health and Fitness Studio in downtown Goshen, Indiana, is a place where women of all fitness levels can go to get fit with friends in a supportive environment. The studio offers classes for women only but provides personal training and the design-your-own classes to anyone interested. Clients at the gym are encouraged ...

Nine to five…or midnight?

By Terri Horvath Do the job. Make the client happy. Go home. The formula is simple, but not so easy to accept within a 40-hour work week. Whether we inflict ourselves with high expectations or our boss does, we tend to overwork in the United States. Business consultant Deb Hunter, for example, realizes that she tends to obsess about work. ...

Yes, Bloomington is open to all

By Victoria T. Davis The more than 83,000 residents of Bloomington — the city that’s home to Indiana University and is also known as B-town by locals — enjoy a diverse and rich culture due to its tight-knit communities and thriving arts scene. VisitBloomington.com says, “Bloomington and all of Monroe County, Indiana, are proud to ...

Visit Indiana releases 2016 Indiana Roadway Map

Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development (IOTD) announced the release of the Bicentennial Edition of the Official Indiana Roadway Map presented by Indiana Farm Bureau and Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance. The cover of this year’s map features “Indiana Obelisk” by Robert Indiana. The 55-foot sculpture is housed in ...

Walmart opens e-commerce fulfillment center

A new Walmart e-commerce fulfillment center in Plainfield, Indiana., is now serving consumers in Indiana and throughout the U.S. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence joined company executives and community leaders at the 1.2-million-square-foot building to celebrate the progress being made there and more than 300 new jobs at the facility.    Walmart, which ...

Indiana Commission for Higher Ed approves engineering degrees at IU

Indiana University will offer degrees in intelligent systems engineering beginning in the 2016-17 academic year, following the approval of the university’s proposal by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. The new engineering program, the first on the IU Bloomington campus, will be housed within the School of Informatics and Computing and ...