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No Limit to the Looks

A passion for fashion best describes the motivation in forming their company said Sarah Hairston and Kandis Yeakey. Yet the founders and co-owners of Fashion Forward, formed in 2013, also wanted to promote fashion with a twist. “We ...

Deposits made for community strength

Design Bank invests in community By Terri Horvath   The origin of Design Bank in Indianapolis began with a question: “How can I change the world through design?” It was asked by Will Marquez, who then teamed up with NaShara Mitchell ...

Indy Innovation

High Alpha works with other startups By Terri Horvath   In venture-capital lingo, alpha refers to the excess in a return delivered by a fund over a set benchmark. One Indianapolis startup confidently proclaims that objective in its name ...

InCycle offers full-body workout a unique blend of exercises

By Terri Horvath The aerobic workout of cycling merges with the physical and mental benefits of yoga at a three-year-old business in Carmel, where InCycle and the Yoga Studio combine to offer a unique blend of exercise. When InCycle owner ...

Integrity Limo: A drive for success

By Terri Horvath   The story the Cardwell brothers, Jermaine and Tyrone, like to share when discussing their history in owning Integrity Limousine Service dates back to the Indianapolis Colts’ win in the 2006 Super Bowl. The Cardwells ...

Falcon soaring high in Columbus

By Terri Horvath   Gary Sherman built the nest for Falcon Manufacturing LCC Columbus in 2012. Since then, the company has spread its wings to encompass new facets of business and additional locations. Falcon’s owner and president ...

Southern inspired meals in high demand in Indianapolis

By Victoria Davis Enter Borel’s Cajun & Creole Cookery and you’ll feel like you’ve crossed into Louisiana. Splashes of purple, green and vibrant gold dominate the interior, trumpets and saxophones blare their funky jazz tunes over the ...

Borel’s Cajun & Creole Cookery

By Victoria Davis Enter Borel’s Cajun & Creole Cookery and you’ll feel like you’ve crossed into Louisiana. Splashes of purple, green and vibrant gold dominate the interior, trumpets and saxophones blare their funky jazz tunes over the ...

Grocer wins business with fresh goods, friendly service

By Leslie L. Fuller What does it take to fulfill the American Dream in a small town? Personal attention. Focusing on a niche. Emphasizing the basics. That’s why Anna Rosa Marin, 21, says her aunt and uncle’s small grocery store is ...

Career Consulting

Nichee points directionless clients toward professional success By Rebecca R. Bibbs Dea C. Lott knows all about pursuing an education and a career that’s not a good fit. After becoming pregnant while still in high school, the South Bend native ...