Episode 43

Why Indiana? We Discuss the Incredible Business Culture of Our Great State


February 11th, 2019

46 mins 29 secs

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About this Episode

Joined by Frank Leonard and Harry Howe, on this episode, we speak with attorney Wes Zirkle who was part of a sports talent representation firm that went international and Emily Schoenbaechler, who worked extensively in the State House and is passionate about female representation in our technology space.

The conversation about our business climate was frank and honest. We're all proud Hoosiers who have invested heavily in our home state and want it to move forward. No doubt, we've had some setbacks, but that shouldn't stop every company that works here from helping one another drive their businesses forward!

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  • Wesley Zirkle — Business executive and attorney with nearly two decades of experience counseling startups and mature businesses on strategic planning, administration, complex transactions, intellectual property licensing, mergers and acquisitions, and global growth.
  • Indy Grit Community — We are a community of successes, failures, and everything in between. Indy Grit was created to embrace the messy reality of entrepreneurship and professional development. If you are tired of soul-sucking networking events, then you will be right at home here. Participating in the Indy Grit community means sharing your struggles, failures, and challenges. Our events focus on speakers who are willing to be transparent about their ups and downs, and group discussion where we encourage and lift up one another.
  • Leonard McDowell — Leonard-McDowell improves productivity with innovative technologies that fit your unique data storage, protection and recovery needs. By delivering the industry’s most cutting-edge IT solutions with integrity and personal involvement, we optimize the investment you have in your staff and resources and streamline the data storage and protection process.