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BizVoice/Indiana Chamber – September/October 2017

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2 President’s Message

5 Tweet Street

8 Guest Column – Quantum Leap and Hydro Grow LLC

55 Go To It

63 Business Resources

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Venturing to the Next Level

Roundtable participants offer their perspectives on areas in

which Indiana is faring well and the challenges that remain on

the venture capital front.

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By the Numbers

Charts and graphics help tell the VC 101 story, including how

our state and its Midwest neighbors compare.

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Back to (a Bigger) School

Indiana Chamber Foundation research reveals academic disadvantages

for students from smaller districts.

INDIANA VISION 2025: DYNAMIC AND CREATIVE CULTURE

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Moving Forward; More on VC

• Advancing the vision: Progress toward the plan’s 36 goals . 18

• Angels in the air: Early investors make their mark . . . . . 24

• A second look: Out-of-state firms becoming more active . . 28

TECH AND INNOVATION SERIES

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Spanning the State

• Recovery Force leader reveals funding approaches . . . . 34

• Columbus auto supplier embraces innovative advances 38

• Quick Hits: Coding school, Curvo Labs and agricultural drones . 40

• Guest Column: Patent litigation changes 42

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BANKING/FINANCE/INVESTMENTS

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Special Section Highlights

• Federal regulations: Plea from leaders – simple and reasonable . . 48

• Retirement trends: Balancing the pension and 401(k) options . 52

• Found Elsewhere: Banking by the numbers . . . . . . . 56

• Member Spotlight: First Merchants Corporation 58

• Member Spotlight: MainSource Financial Group . . . . . 60

• Getting to Know: MCM CPAs and Advisors 61

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FEATURE STORIES

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Bucshon on the Go

Experience a day in the life of an Indiana congressman – in

photos and his own words.

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Avoiding Financial Peril

Fraud is certainly not new, but the tactics with today’s

technologies test companies and individuals.