CertaPro Painters of Northwest Indiana paints the region by continuously finding ways to integrate the community into their lives. On August 16, CertaPro shared its success by hosting an open house for the public to honor and dedicate the opening of their new and considerably larger facility.
In the working world, finding your way back to a job you’ve had experience with before isn’t all too uncommon. But having that experience be your time shadowing a job in high school? Now, that is a little rare. Ben Johansen, a Project Manager at Landmark Signs, knows firsthand just how coincidental life can be in leading you back to those impressionable moments.
Horizon Bank is proud to announce reaching a new milestone in total assets. The bank has now surpassed $4 billion in total assets, demonstrating its continued growth trajectory and strength in the marketplace.
In partnership with the City of Michigan City, Sullair, an industry leader in innovative compressed air solutions since 1965, announced its address is changing for only the third time in its 53-year history. In cooperation with Michigan City, the entry road from Michigan Boulevard to the Sullair campus has been named Sullair Way. Effective immediately, the Sullair Michigan City campus address becomes 1 Sullair Way, Michigan City, Indiana 46360.
Two Hasse Construction Employees Receive the Distinguished Certified Healthcare Constructors Accreditation from American Hospital Association
Since 1920, Hasse Construction has developed and shaped Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana communities. From building structures like the George Lake Pedestrian Bridge that connects trails in Hammond and Whiting, to the IKORCC Training and Administration buildings, along with hundreds of other local projects, Hasse’s team has built a strong foundation that lives on long after the ribbon has been cut.
When it comes to local business, Horizon Bank knows that the specialized service of a local bank is an invaluable asset. To help recognize and meet these varied needs, Bill Gertner, Assistant Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer, and his team have developed two loan programs designed with the manufacturing and medical/dental industries in mind.
Porter County boasts a thriving and ever-growing business community, and every year, the majority of those businesses gather in one place for one night of networking. With its breadth of activity, fun, and games, Chamber Network Night has become a popular event for businesses and potential customers alike. Chamber Network Night 2018 was no exception--on August 2, the Porter County Expo Center became a bustling hub of connectivity.
Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Visiting Jasper and Starke Counties to Highlight Programs for Hoosier Workers and Employers
The Northwest Indiana Workforce Board is pleased to announce that on August 1, 2018 Governor Holcomb’s first-appointed Secretary for Career Connections and Talent, Blair Milo, will visit Rensselaer and Knox to discuss changes in the economy and workforce and implementing solutions for Hoosier students, workers and employers.
Congratulations to the 2018-19 Northwest Indiana Workforce Board (NWIWB) slate of officers and board members. Election of the officers occurred during the NWIWB meeting on May 24, 2018. Members represent the counties of Jasper, Lake, La Porte, Newton, Porter, Pulaski, and Starke.
Ideas in Motion Media’s 5th Annual Biz in the Backyard Brings Networking, Good Food, and Good Friends Together at Camp Life
Ideas in Motion Media held their 5th annual Biz in the Backyard event on Thursday, hosting a multitude of people at Camp Life for a fun-filled afternoon. The event focused on creating an informal environment for people to gather, network, and more importantly, have some fun!
Compressors need maintenance just like any other piece of equipment. It may seem pretty straightforward, but inside, the machine houses plenty of parts that need regular maintenance and testing to be sure they’re functioning properly. Adequate maintenance could be the difference between staying in business and having to shut a compressor down for a few hours of service.