There is still one more opportunity to learn more about our intent to merge with the Johnson County Development Corporation! Please join us between 4 and 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, for an open house at the Chamber office, where you can ask questions or give feedback about the intent to merge.
Then, on Wednesday, Aug. 21, you or your organization’s voting member can visit the Chamber’s office anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. to officially cast your vote on the plan of merger and agreement. If you have questions, swing by the open house or contact us at 317.888.4856 or info@GreenwoodChamber.com.
Because our elected officials regularly evaluate policy impacting business, the Chamber advocates accordingly and gives members special access to legislative programs, so they can learn and provide feedback on policy that matters most to business success.
You're invited to join us for a Legislation Matters session featuring Senator Todd Young who represents Hoosiers in the United States Senate.
Attend to learn about the Legislators' key issues, ask questions, and discuss issues that are important to you and your business. As voters and tax payers, your vote matters! Our moderator will ask the panel your questions that you have written on index cards.
Pre-registration for this event closes on Thursday, August 29.
We Need Government Support Against Data Hackers: Horizon Bancorp CEO
Craig Dwight, CEO of Horizon Bancorp, joins CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to discuss Capital One’s recent data breach affecting 106 million people.
Hirons, an Indianapolis-based advertising, public relations and digital agency, has recently added to its team of digital and media strategists and promoted its digital content manager. Jennifer Blotkamp Stark was named associate media director. In her role, she leads integrated media planning activities and digital reporting efforts.
By: Adam Swain, General Manager/Owner, SwainCo. Crawl Space and Basement Repair
Running a family business can be tough, especially when most of your employees are, in fact, your family. Many of the challenges faced by a family-owned business are similar to any small business; however, over the years I have found that there are a few unique issues that seem to be specific to family-owned businesses.