The public is invited to attend this free, catered gathering, which will be held from 9am-10:30am at Riley’s Railhouse (123 4th Street in Chesterton). The favor of an RSVP is requested by Wednesday, July 31. Please call the Chamber office at (219) 926.5513 to register.
NW-ISBDC business adviser Gary Brownlee will be available to meet with current and potential entrepreneurs the first Friday of each month at the chamber, 220 Broadway. He is next available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday Aug. 2.
During the recent South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority’s Board of Director strategic planning retreat, the SSCVA’s President & CEO Speros A . Batistatos announced an organizational restructuring plan.
Last year, a CareerBuilder survey found that more than 80 percent of managers planned to take a summer vacation, and that percentage looks to be similar this year. Unfortunately, that still leaves almost two out of every 10 bosses who aren’t going to take a break from the daily grind. Considering the stress and responsibility that comes with a leadership role, it’s critical that all leaders schedule some downtime for themselves.
It is easy to argue that you’re too busy or play too vital of a role to take time off. But, the positive, long-term effects of a vacation far outweigh any short-term negatives. According to a U.S. News and World Report article, taking a vacation can reduce your risk of heart disease, increase your reaction time, lower stress, improve your outlook on life, and increase your productivity. Those are not only good...
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The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority has announced the final six individuals of their 30 Faces of Tourism campaign.
The 22nd annual E-Day will honor entrepreneurs and champions in categories including Small Business Person of the year, Entrepreneurial Success Award, Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Minority Small Business Person of the Year, Small Business Advocate of the Year and Women in Business Champion of the Year.
The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority has released the names of the newest group of the 30 Faces of Tourism.
To reduce the economic and environmental impact of idling, or running an engine while a vehicle remains stationary, South Shore Clean Cities Inc. has launched a toolkit that aids in the reduction of idling for many vehicles.
Carl Lisek, executive director of South Shore Clean Cities, said IdleBox is a resource that provides information and solutions for light- and medium-duty vehicles typically used in urban-based fleets.
$200,000 challenge grant in Hammond will pave the way for new housing and expansion of Calumet College.
The Board of Directors of the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority approved a $200,000 matching grant for the City of Hammond during today’s quarterly board meeting. The grant will supplement $800,000 from Hammond for demolition and cleanup work on the 2500 block of New York Avenue.
NIRPC staff will be updating The Marquette Plan, the landmark vision released in 2005 which has been responsible for millions of dollars in revitalization projects along our lakefront. An update to the process will be presented including a discussion focusing on non-motorized elements of the plan. Plus…