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Develop Indy Tunes in to Music Economies

Posted by chamberadmin on December 7, 2017

At the end of October, Develop Indy led a delegation funded by the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) that visited Memphis, Tennessee for the Music Cities Convention. Focusing on ‘Music, Equity & Access in Cities’, topics of the convention ranged from mass music participation in cities to philanthropy in music’s roles in cities to music city strategies and smart music cities. 

INDIANAPOLIS, November 20, 2017 The Indy Chamber will host the Chicago International Trade Commissioners Association (CITCA) at a Global Indy luncheon on November 28th at City Hardware from 12:00 – 1:30 PM. As part of the Indy Chamber’s efforts to encourage local businesses to engage in international activity, the event will give companies the chance to engage with trade commissioners for global growth opportunities.

Bridging Indy's Economic Divides Creates a Wider Path to Prosperity

Posted by chamberadmin on November 17, 2017

By: Mark Fisher, Chief Policy Officer, Indy Chamber

With no elections this fall and the legislative session a few months away, the Indy Chamber has taken the opportunity to focus on a much larger-scale challenge – the looming consequences of too many of our citizens being left behind from the opportunities of our growing economy. We’ve partnered with the Brookings Institution over the last six months to start an ambitious research and policymaking push towards “inclusive growth” to enlist more people and neighborhoods into our regional economy.

Top 5 Ways to Use a GoGlobal Grant

Posted by chamberadmin on November 10, 2017

REDi receives $150,000 SBA PRIME grant renewal, earns CICF Crime Prevention grant; program provides free intensive small business training, one-on-one coaching and access to capital for ex-offenders building a fresh start in the start-up economy