Winning winter wardrobe
By Amber Sapenter
Indiana winters can be brutal, especially when the temperatures don’t always remain consistent. Fall vibes on a Wednesday can quickly turn into freezing temperatures by Friday, and just when you think spring is about to break ...
First Quarter 2018: Boardroom Briefs
US House backs national park designation for Indiana Dunes
A bill to make the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore a national park cleared the U.S. House with a unanimous voice vote, sending it to the Senate for consideration. As of press time, the ...
A City by the River
Evansville features fun, relaxation for all
Compiled by Abby Westcott
The City of Evansville, Indiana, was founded in 1812 on a scenic bend in the Ohio River. With a population of nearly 121,000 people in the city limits and more than 300,000 ...
Five products to make you proud to be a Hoosier
By Kelly Patrick Slone
Bee Coffee Roasters in Indianapolis aims to elevate every cup of joe into culinary art. The company roasts and crafts coffee in small batches using beans sourced from El ...
Glam on the go
Building girls’ self-esteem one party at a time
By Brittany King
The idea for Lil Girls Glam came to owner Jenise Stowers-Dunn unexpectedly. She was sitting at home one afternoon watching the Tyra Banks show. Banks was interviewing a business ...
Insight on the internet
6 online learning resources to help build your business
By Brittany King
About eight million minority-owned businesses are operating across the United States, a figure that’s twice what it was a decade ago, according to the Minority Business ...
Block the breach
How to secure company and client information
By Arriel Vinson
It can happen to small businesses or large companies. Client and company information is put at risk, consumers and employees are worried, and the company has to be even more careful ...
Third Quarter 2017: Boardroom Briefs
Woman-owned business constructing new HQ, adding hundreds of Hoosier jobs
Knowledge Services, an information technology and professional services company, plans to build new headquarters in Hamilton County and create up to 400 new jobs by 2021. ...