INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Hoosier companies tout BIO presence

2014-06-23T12:41:00Z 2014-06-23T18:45:08Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Hoosier companies tout BIO presenceGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business nwitimes.com
June 23, 2014 12:41 pm  • 

A global event this week will give representatives from the Indiana life sciences sector an opportunity to connect with industry players from more than 60 countries. The BIO International Conference and Convention, which is underway in San Diego, is the industry's top event. The Indiana Health Industry Forum is leading a delegation of more than a dozen companies, organizations and educational institutions showcasing the state. They include Purdue University's Discovery Park, Indianapolis-based BioStorage Technologies Inc. and Cook Pharmica in Bloomington.

Postal Service Hiring 600 in Indiana

The United States Postal Service is hiring 600 people throughout its Greater Indiana District. The USPS says it needs rural carriers, who earn about $16 per hour.

Notre Dame Partners With New York Company

The University of Notre Dame has chosen New York-based Legends to oversee sales for its football and basketball programs. The company says it will open sales centers in South Bend and Chicago to help promote planned club seating in Notre Dame Stadium.

Plymouth Unveils Park, Rebranding Campaign

Plymouth leaders have officially opened an approximately $3 million downtown park. The city also unveiled a new logo and tagline as part of a rebranding campaign.

Hallett Named Top Entrepreneur

Carmel-based KAR Auction Services, Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jim Hallett is celebrating a prestigious honor and title. An independent panel of judges selected Hallett for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2014 Award in the consumer category in the Midwest.

Anthem, FSSA Partnering on Lilly Program

An Eli Lilly and Co. internship program has added two health care industry partners. The 10-week program, which is a collaboration with the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine, will offer students onsite experiences with Indianapolis-based Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration. During an April interview on Inside INdiana Business Television, Lilly Director of External Relations U.S. Medical Yolanda Johnson-Moton detailed the program.

Daniels to Testify Before Congress

A U.S. House of Representatives committee will hear testimony Wednesday from the president of Purdue University. Mitch Daniels is co-chair of the National Research Council's Committee on Human Spaceflight and is set to advocate for a "highly disciplined," long-term plan to continue the program.

Ellspermann Continues to Promote Ag Sector

Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann is entering the second leg of her agricultural trade mission to Asia. The delegation made stops in Japan and South Korea last week and will visit Taiwan before ending the 14-day tour.

OUCC Recommends Denial of Car Sharing Rate Hike

The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor says, while it supports Indianapolis' electric vehicle sharing program, it should not be funded through a utility rate increase. Indianapolis Power & Light Co. is seeking an increase to pay for the installation of charging stations and other equipment.

St. Francis Names Dean of New School

The University of St. Francis has appointed Lance Richey dean of its new School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He is director of the Fort Wayne school's John Duns Scotus Honors Program.

Purdue Expands Vice Chancellor's Role

Purdue University Calumet says Vice Chancellor of Information Services Sarah Howard will expand her role to include Purdue North Central as well. Howard says the move is part of the transition to become "one unified university."

Ivy Tech Northeast Secures Software Donation

Ivy Tech Northeast has scored collision repair industry technology valued at more than $125,000. It involves damage analysis and estimation software from two companies.

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