What an awesome night last night was at Sand Creek Country Club! All About The Girls Part 3 featured some great, inspirational, motivational, and heartwarming speeches from Jacob's Ladder Pediatric Rehab's Candace Arvin, Flanagin's Bulk Mail Service's Donna Schmidt Flanagin, Residences at Deer Creek's Melissa S. Topor Huffman, Lake County Circuit Court's Marissa McDermott, Porter Regional Hospital's Stacey Manner Kellogg, Methodist Hospitals' Jennifer Hough Sanders, Valpo Velvet Ice Cream's Cathy Brown Brown and our own Jenny Craig-Brown! http://www.valpolife.com/business/staff-development/65116-all-about-the-girls-3-brings-strong-women-together-to-say-you-re-welcome-world A Big Thank You To...
Aaron Treble built R2D2 from scratch. It weighs over 200 pounds, has a lot of really cool features, and makes kids and adults around Northwest Indiana really happy!
A common theme among successful teams: camaraderie. See how the team at Steindler Signs keeps it light when they're creating their professional products.
We bring our 60,000 readers, 50,000 Facebook fans, and 20,000 Twitter followers to all the best cars and dealerships available to them in Northwest Indiana. Are you a dealer who has news to share about new cars, used cars, leasing specials, upcoming events, big news on new models, or fundraisers and community support in #NWI? The Life networks wants to get started spreading your good news. #GoodRidesNWI
The expansion of the South Shore Line is a hot topic on the minds of many in Northwest Indiana, and we recently invited two of its biggest advocates to talk about its merits.
Bill Hanna, President and CEO of the Regional Development Authority, and Michael Noland, General Manager and CEO of the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD), sat down recently with Ideas in Motion Media CEO Chris Mahlmann to talk over the proposal of double tracking, how that will affect the economy in the region, and how it will change the future trajectory of Northwest Indiana.
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Sometimes the biggest changes are the biggest opportunities for growth. One of Northwest Indiana’s most prominent promoters, Speros Batistatos, CEO of the South Shore Convention and Visitor's Authority, recently sat down with Ideas in Motion Media Publsiher Chris Mahlmann to talk over a historic change - the closing of the iconic Star Plaza.
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The world of media is ever changing, with the landscape twisting and turning with new trends every day. We recently hosted a roundtable with three region media trailblazers - IIMM CEO Chris Mahlmann, Chicago Tribune's Robert Blaszkiewicz, and Post Tribune's Brandon Vickery. In this highlight video they go over the trends in media, how it's changed, and more. To read and listen to the full interview, head over here: http://www.nwindianalife.com/business/technology-tools/61252-2016-media-roundtable-talking-changing-media-landscape-technologies-and-favorite-subjects-with-brandon-vickrey-robert-blaszkiewicz
Hey, Steve here, and we got a problem. It’s not with you or me, it’s a connecting me to you issue caused by Facebook’s idea of what you want to see on your News Feed (Home Page). http://www.valpolife.com/features/voices/61228-a-good-news-facebook-psa-check-the-box
There's a lot of love for 'The Region' throughout our three county area, but how can local delegates and communities show it better? During a recent workshop called "For the Love of the Region" many different leaders and business owners got together to learn how to increase the "love" throughout our cities and how everyone can be a part of a positive movement. To see some excellent pictures and to read more about the event itself, take a look at our coverage: http://www.laportecountylife.com/business/business-development/59683-leaders-from-around-the-region-celebrate-all-of-the-good-in-the-region-at-for-the-love-of-the-region-workshop
A company is more than what it provides, it's the people that make it happen. The team at Steindler Signs are there to make your dreams come true, but they're also a company that is here to work for you. We recently sat down with the team to talk to them about working with each other and their culture, why they put so much work into the big and little projects, and why Steindler Signs should be your first choice.
In order to further the region we live in, we have to work together. In the case of the local economy, chambers have their fingers on the pulse of what is happening, and they're ready to make our area a better place to work and live. We recently sat down with five local chamber presidents to talk about why they need to work together more, and how that will effect their communities.