Research and development (R&D) helps us to realise ArcelorMittal’s ambitions in technological innovation, to support its sustainability goals as well as ensuring future growth. Its influence permeates all parts of the business, with the result that innovative thinking is encouraged across the business – at all levels.
procurement processes. Inventory analysis and management, bar coding, detailed reporting and product consolidation are on the standard service menu. With a legacy of personalized customer service, Black Industrial will continue to look for ways to help its customers operate better.
One of Hammond’s key strengths is the rich diversity it has in its business community and overall demographics, all of which adds to the city’s success and vitality. Such a range of companies and cultures from all over the world has positioned Hammond for foreseeable growth for generations to come.
for the enhancement of health and the quality of life in Northwest Indiana. At the heart of CFNI’s charitable endeavors is the operation of Community Healthcare System, comprised of three non-profit hospitals: Community Hospital in Munster; St. Catherine Hospital in East Chicago and St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart. Other community projects include the operation of the Center for the Visual and Performing Arts; Community Cancer Research Foundation; Cancer Resource Centre; Theatre at the Center (professional theatre); Hartsfield Village, a senior living community; and various joint-venture health services.
Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce officially came into being in January 2010. This historic merger enhances the surrounding economic climate and civic environment, as well as provides a joint membership of more than 700 business contacts for networking opportunities.
and advertising. We are a diverse group of dedicated visionaries with the insight and experience necessary to help you take your brand to the next level. We can take inspiration and turn it into promotion- with real results!
and the enlisting of our citizens to bring services to those in need. We accomplish our mission through our core values.
We have been a vital part of our community for a number of years. We were founded to serve a growing segment of our community in need of inaccessible services. We have continued to grow with the help of our donors and volunteers that make our mission possible. Through all these years our purpose still remains the same: bring services to those in need.
in northwest Indiana. Culturally competent care specifically developed for each patient will help achieve goals and improve outcomes. In improving the lives of individuals, we hope to create a ripple effect that will contribute to the quality of life and overall health of our entire community.
Anguiano Garcia, that her cooking was good enough to be served in a restaurant. The year was 1972. It took Mr. and Mrs. Garcia that entire summer to scout for locations, and come up with a down payment. El Taco Real admitted its first customers on April Fool’s Day in 1974. This was only the beginning of what was to become a 35 year journey.
and artisans from NWI and across the Midwest. We provide an opportunity for our vendors to showcase their creativeness and sell their goods. Live music, local fare, and cocktails. Hands-on Creative activities and more.
Fetching Market also hosts a workshop for entrepreneurs. Found & Shared was designed to inspire women who wish to start a business or are looking for encouragement in the business they already have.
We feature guest speakers, activities, local fare and a fabulous swag bag for each of our attendees. Our guests walk away feeling empowered and excited to be part of our tribe.
founded in 1902 by Rev. Edgar J. Helms. Today Goodwill Industries of Michiana serves nearly 3000 individuals and employs over 700 individuals through Northern Indiana, Southwest Michigan, and Southeast Chicagoland, empowering people and strengthening communities through the power of work.
as well as one of the largest medical office management firms in the country. We have developed over 20 million square feet of commercial space and actively manage over 10.6 million square feet of office, industrial, retail, multi-family, hotel, and healthcare space.
of great service, excellent products, unsurpassed distribution, operational excellence and technology leadership. They’re committed to environmental sustainability and energy conservation and recognizes the importance of being a responsible steward of the environment.
religion, or sexuality. As a student here, it’s easy to find your niche. The IU Northwest School of Business & Economics provides the highest quality business education to students in Northwest Indiana. The school is accredited by AACSB International which is the premier accreditation body for schools of business.
with its red and gray trucks serving as a symbol of jobs and progress since 1951.
The company began operations under the ownership of the now-late Jack Gray, providing raw material and aggregate transportation services. Danette Garza took ownership of the company in 2015, pledging to modernize every aspect of operations.
Jack Gray Transport, Inc. is now a certified Minority & Women’s Business Enterprise operated by skilled union professionals who ensure on-time delivery and customer service to maximize tonnage and minimize costs.
With terminals in Indiana, Wisconsin and Ohio, our team is ready to handle all of your needs throughout the Midwest. Our team of logistic experts is dedicated to providing high-quality, dependable hauling and transportation service, including hazardous materials handling, for your supply chain needs.
is made up of a team of lawyers, each with a focused practice area, who come together to provide you with the comprehensive legal services you both need and deserve. With our diverse areas of practice, we are ready to put together the legal team you need to resolve all of your legal issues and work toward the best possible outcome in every case.
When the Lake Central School District could no longer support local station WCAE, the license was assigned to Gary, Indiana and secured by the founding directors of Lakeshore Public Television. Lakeshore Public Television signed on the air November 1987 as WYIN Channel 56. Today, nearly 25 years later, we remain the sole televised source for local news, sports, and weather, as well as information on cultural events and community issues.
master’s degrees in more than 70 programs of study and is home to approximately 12,000 students. With two student-centered campuses in Northwest Indiana (Hammond and Westville), Purdue University Northwest is the community of choice for intelligent, ambitious students looking for a great education in a nurturing and diverse environment.
organizations that are licensed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). CDCs cover various geographic regions that can range from a single county in a state to a multi-state region.
The RDC makes loans under the SBA 504 loan program to assist small business. The RDC processes, approves, closes and services all loans. Funding is arranged by the RDC through the Central Servicing Agent who issues a bond. In all ways, the RDC is the direct lender for the SBA 504 loan program.
largest specialist in the recovery of aviation related equipment. Today our professionals provide support from pre-purchase through return compliance on all transport and corporate aircraft and related equipment worldwide.
support team. Swartz Retson is the oldest and largest accounting firm in Northwest Indiana, serving both businesses and individuals throughout Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland.
As full service NWI CPAs, we offer an array of tax, accounting and assurance services. Swartz Retson has helped clients through various changing economies and business environments over the last 90 years.
With a staff of more than 30, we specialize in many areas, including audits, reviews, compilations, ERISA and employee benefits, human resource and information technology consulting, as well as Single Audits under the Uniform Guidance.
Our clients include construction, manufacturing, health care/medical and automotive industries as well as nonprofit organizations.
a culture that inspires teamwork and a passionate workforce driven by a dedication to patient wellness. Through a commitment to caring, innovative solutions, patient-focused programs and a reward-for-results culture, Vibra will develop a national network of hospitals whose physician-directed services will enrich the lives of patients, caregivers and families.