Monthly Archives: July 2007
Lorraine Ball has released her third book: “Business Map” a practical guide to business planning.
The “Business Map” workbook and companion CD contain a simple outline and numerous examples to help small business owners create their own “Business Map.”
Rainmakers, central Indiana’s fastest growing business association, announced today the addition of a new advisory board which will help guide the organization’s expansion into Keystone at the Crossing and the surrounding suburban communities.
With the launch of Keystone this week, and plans in the works for Southport and Plainfield hubs, is it possible Rainmakers will over-saturate the community?
What do you think the impact of the property tax increase will have small business?
The Network of Women in Business, Indianapolis’ oldest and largest locally based women’s organization, announced the following programs for the month of August, 2007.
Accent on Business announced today they will be offering two half-day communication skills workshops. Taught by professional voice and speech coach Ellen Dunnigan, the two programs are “Make Your Mark with the 60 Second Commercial” and “Neurolinguistic Programming: Using NLP for Business Success”.
Eric Goldsmith announced today that he has completed the purchase of the assets of Goldsmith Group Inc. (GGI) from his father, Phillip Goldsmith. This results in the third generation of Goldsmiths at the helm of this local electronic recycling company.