The president and CEO of World Business Chicago made the trip to Indianapolis on Monday to meet with several local companies.
He went on to say, “We’re coming after Indiana big time.”
All of the fun and excitement surrounding the 2015 Final Four weekend came to a close Monday night with the national championship game.
Hoosier businesses are taking a clear stand on the side of history that they believe is correct.
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The mayor did not say which company but he’s not the only one vying for the attention of top companies in Indiana.
Business leaders and business owners are also aiming to limit the negative impact the law could have.
If Governor Pence signs it, like he’s promised to do, businesses are banding together letting everyone know where they can shop.
Last year, just over $3.3 million was paid out.
Kilroy’s Bar and Grill said that around tournament time the see double the number of customers.
March Madness brings a lot of bucks to bars and restaurants.
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