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Biz Briefs Presented by West End Bank Archives for 2017-08

Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Calendar of Events

Here's a link to the calendar of events at the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce. Bookmark this page so you can refer to it often this fall! www.wcareachamber.org 

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Runnels Chiropractic celebrates 2nd Anniversary

Congrats to Casey Runnels and Runnels Chiropractic staff on their 2nd Anniversary at their 32 S 9th St. location. 

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WISH-TV'S DAVID BARRAS TO RETIRE

Indianapolis, IN – August 10, 2017 – WISH-TV announced Wednesday that 24-hour News 8 anchor David Barras will be retiring after 37 years.

Barras began his television career at WTVW in Evansville, Indiana, where he was the weekend anchor and producer. A year later he moved to Indianapolis and WISH-TV.

 

Barras is an Emmy award winner, and has also received several Associated Press awards for his reporting.

 

Barras’ last day on air will be Friday, December 1. 

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Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce Announces Chamber Coworker Partnership with the Innovation Center

Center City Development Corporation announced a partnership with Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce members to use The Innovation Center’s coworking facilities. Chamber members will have 27 hours a month they can schedule meetings, use Center conference rooms or other tech resources for business development. Benefits of Coworking facilities and membership details are the topic of the Thursday, July 27 Chamber’s Business Education Lunch at The Innovation Center.

“The Innovation Center provides an opportunity for businesses to network and collaborate,” said Scott Zimmerman, Executive Director of Center City Development Corporation which runs the Innovation Center as the City’s Certified Tech Park hub. “We recognize that the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce represents business in Wayne County and want to make our resources available to their members to help grow business.” The Innovation Center’s existing members and computer business tenants will receive Chamber memberships.

The Chamber in return will offer memberships to entrepreneurs with one or two employees utilizing the Innovation Center’s Co-Working program.  “These memberships will provide additional educational opportunities as well as networking and business development support, which are vital to startup companies as they brand themselves in the community,” said Chamber President Phil D’Amico.  “It is a natural partnership between the Chamber and Center City Development Corporation (CCDC).  We both strive to help grow businesses. Our hope is that with the additional support, these small businesses will grow and thrive, ultimately making an economic impact to our community.”

Center meeting rooms include smart screens, whiteboards, secure internet connection through Parallax and accommodate one to fourteen people. Special studio space for recording podcasts or video production will also be available.  Discounts are available for renting larger rooms for workshops.

The Center’s business incubation program through the Indiana Small Business Development Center, which has an office in the Center, provides services including social media management, strategic planning, growth management and accounting.

NOTE: The next Business Education Series luncheon is about coworking with guests Scott Zimmerman, Executive Director for Center City, and Michael Hiles of Intelig8 and #StartupCincy. The lunch is next Thursday, July 27 at 11:30am, downtown at the Innovation Center. If you would like to attend this lunch please RSVP by following this link: https://richmondinnovates.com/product/biz-ed-lunch/ The Business Education Series Luncheons are sponsored by First Merchants Bank.

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Indiana Vision 2025 A Plan For Hoosier Prosperity

Indiana vision 2025

Monday August 7th

7:30 am - 10 am

Indiana University East in Vivian Auditorium 

2325 Chester Blvd.

Richmond, IN 47374

 

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Initiatives to enhance regional economic development and quality of place must be accompanied by a similar statewide effort. That is what is taking place through the Indiana Chamber-led Indiana Vision 2025 plan – first released in 2012 and updated in 2016.

This is the fourth round of regional forums (local sessions were conducted in 2012, 2013 and 2015) and the first for East Central Indiana related to Indiana Vision 2025. We encourage you to take part in the session on Monday August 7 from 7:30 am - 10:00 am, at Indiana University East in Vivian Auditorium: 2325 Chester Blvd, Richmond, IN 47374.

Be among the first to learn the latest state and regional rankings on a number of important metrics in the 2017 Indiana Vision 2025 Report Card. Engage in discussions on regional alignment, workforce challenges/opportunities and more. 

 

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Texas Jack's Lock, Sotck & Barrel Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Please mark your calendars for a ribbon cutting in Fountain City. Our newest Chamber member, Texas Jack’s Lock, Stock & Barrel, will host the ribbon cutting August 5th at 9:45 a.m., just before they open their doors for the first time. They will be located at 403 West Main Street, Fountain City.

Please join us in welcoming owner Jack Bales to the Chamber!

 

  

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