This week on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick 03/06/22 – Inside INdiana Business

Top Story: Economic Development of Lebanon

Matthew Gentry, Mayor of Lebanon

Is Lebanon about to go from dormitory community to booming city? Many people think so after Eli Lilly and Company announced plans to invest $2.1 billion to build two manufacturing plants and create 500 jobs in Lebanon’s new LEAP Innovation and Research District.

Inside INnovation: Job Description Manual TechPoint

Natalie Wenzler, Senior Career Paths Manager, TechPoint

According to TechPoint, now is the time to move to competency-based hiring. How a new playbook could help solve some of Indiana’s tech talent’s biggest challenges.

Around Indiana

Mary-Rachel Redman, Inside Indiana Business

Why June is the perfect month to visit these Hoosier hotspots serving up your favorite creamy and frozen treats.

Business Spotlight: Takeaways from the Indiana World Economic Summit

Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers

Indiana’s first World Economic Summit put Indiana in the spotlight with CEOs, ambassadors and thought leaders from around the world. Takeaways from Indian Commerce Secretary Brad Chambers.

Healthcare company: MAC Recovery Force system

Jason Bobay, President, Recovery Force Health

A one-of-a-kind innovation to prevent blood clots in at-risk patients. The Hamilton County startup behind it and why it could make a difference in healthcare.

(i) on education: IU East BOSS program

Tim Scales, Director, Center for Entrepreneurship, IU East
Cole Fosbrink, recent graduate, Indiana University East

Teaching the next generation of Hoosier students how to run a business. Discover IU East’s unique BOSS program.

Inside Indiana Sports: NCAA and NIL

Mike DeCourcy, college basketball columnist, Sporting News

One of the best in the business breaks down the future of college sports. Mike DeCourcy on name, image and likeness and leadership changes at the NCAA.

Inside This Week’s IBJ

Dave Lindquist, Journalist, IBJ

In a week, Garfield Park will host the new WonderRoad music festival. But will he succeed where others have failed?


  • Portia Bailey-Bernard, Vice President, Indianapolis Economic Development, Indy Chamber
  • Roger C. Harvey, Director, Bose Public Affairs Group
  • Kenith Britt, Senior Vice President of Strategic Growth and Innovation, Marian University

Our insider panel breaks down the economic news making headlines in Indiana this week.

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