Inside INdiana Business

2014-05-12T15:24:00Z 2014-05-12T18:04:07Z Inside INdiana BusinessGerry Dick Times Columnist
May 12, 2014 3:24 pm  • 

New clients lead to call center jobs

California-based Alorica Inc. plans to add more than 150 workers in Tippecanoe County after landing two new clients. The company is scheduled to hold a job fair Wednesday at its Lafayette call center.

Allen County United Way CEO to retire

The chief executive officer of the United Way of Allen County is planning to retire in September. Todd Stephenson has served in the role for four years and previously spent 30 years with Lincoln Financial Group. The search is already underway for the next CEO.

Manufacturing program gaining momentum

A Purdue University-led program that focuses on improving and assisting Indiana manufacturers is showing signs of success. In less than a year, more than a dozen companies have launched technology-adoption projects through the Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center.

Kelley part of global rankings

An Indiana University Kelley School of Business program is being recognized by a global publication. The Financial Times lists of the top custom executive education providers includes Kelley Executive Partners.

Disability conference to draw hundreds to Indy

Organizers of a national conference focusing on a rare bone disorder say a three-day August event could bring 800 participants to Indianapolis. The Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation's biennial gathering will focus on the illness that affects 50,000 Americans.

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