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Two Questions for Two Entrepreneurs
October 3, 2017

Nobody knows what’s going on in the start-up trenches better than people who have been there, done that – and repeat the process.

One is Lafayette’s Mikel Berger, co-founder of MatchBOX co-working studio and partner at DelMar Software Solutions in the Purdue Research Park.

The other is Drey Peyronnin, who is president of Peyronnin Investments, an angel investor and founder of Evansville’s Tech on Tap, which helps nurture innovation and build business locally.

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Online Sales Tax Overview
May 5, 2016
One of the Indiana Vision 2025 plan goals is enactment of a federal solution to the Internet sales/use tax dilemma. The Indiana Chamber provides an update on the impact and where things stand in Washington. 
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Flexing to a Successful 2014
January 8th, 2014
Flexible work arrangements, available in a variety of forms, offer numerous benefits for employers and their associates. The 2013 winner of the Ogletree Deakins Human Resources Professional of the Year award offers her insights. Nominations for the 2014 award are available through March 3.
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Taking Advantage of Rating Sites
May 22, 2013
Good reviews clearly will be a boon to your company, no matter what product or service it offers. Dealing with bad news requires considerable finesse and a tactical strategy or two.
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Delivering Outstanding Service
May 16, 2013
Providing an exceptional customer experience can make all the difference for your company, brand and customers – even in a time of crisis. An apology is one of the initial steps.
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Scouting for the Future
May 10, 2013
Girl Scout alumnae are more active as volunteers, vote more regularly, are better educated and enjoy higher household incomes. When surveyed, they also cited increased confidence as a benefit of their scouting experience.
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