BIBIBOP Asian Grill will open the first of two Indianapolis-area locations this Thursday, September 17th, at 365 W 116th Street in Carmel. Since opening their first location in 2013, BIBIBOP has been sharing healthy & affordable Asian food along with a message of well-being throughout the country. The new Carmel - The Bridges location will be the 42nd for BIBIBOP, joining locations in California, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, and Washington D.C.
“The BIBIBOP Asian Grill concept has performed very well with consumers, as demonstrated by our steady growth through the years,” said founder Charley Shin. “As we’ve expanded, we have never lost sight of our commitment to bringing our signature ‘WELL BEING’ to all of the communities we serve by strengthening our neighbors and enriching the lives of our team members.” At BIBIBOP, guests build their own bowl filled with the fresh and healthy ingredients they want- ingredients like USDA steak or antibiotic-free chicken, fresh vegetables, rice, potatoes, and bold and flavorful sauces like sweet and tangy Yum Yum or a spicy Korean favorite, Gochujang. BIBIBOP’s customizable bowls allow guests to create gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan-friendly meals that align with their lifestyle.
BIBIBOP Carmel – The Bridges will officially open with a ribbon-cutting the morning of the 17th and will offer in-person, online, curbside, and delivery orders throughout the day. BIBIBOP will mark the opening with a safe but fun celebration that will include special gifts, prizes, and samples. Guests who use the BIBIBOP Rewards App at the new Carmel – The Bridges location through opening weekend will also earn a free BOGO Bowl offer that can be redeemed starting September 22nd.
For the latest information and updates, visit https://www.facebook.com/BIBIBOPCarmel/
BIBIBOP will open a second location, in Fishers, this October.
Goodbye Summer. Hello Fall & Winter holiday celebrations!!!! Plan your family or business socially distanced celebration with Cambria Hotel Westfield & receive discounted guest rooms for out-of-town family & staff! Banquet rooms available to host 20-100+
Space is filling up quickly so be sure to call Robin at (317) 763-1952 to make group reservations TODAY!
Immersaf Media uses 3D imaging, virtual reality, and 360 photography to create immersive experiences for marketing, education, and the AEC industry. We create digital twins of physical locations so potential customers and clients can virtually “walk through” your showroom, event space, senior living community, or any other space.
An interactive virtual tour allows businesses to show off their space while cutting down on physical traffic. This can help pre-qualify clients or even save lives in the case of senior living communities in our current COVID-19 world.
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OneZone is excited to announce a new partnership with Bankable. This partnership will bring more awareness to a safe capital alternative for businesses that are not yet ready or able to qualify for traditional financing options. In addition to awareness, Bankable and OneZone’s new partnership will streamline the process in which a small business can get connected to Bankable and apply for a capital solution.
OneZone is an advocate for its members by helping them reach beyond municipal boundaries, connect with other businesses, and take advantage of resources for their business. This partnership will create yet another meaningful resource to support OneZone members and the small business community. Jack Russell, President at OneZone, shares, “We are excited to partner with Bankable to provide our members with a resource to help grow their business. Bankable is a key part of our new small business hub and we believe that this partnership will add another piece of value to being a member of OneZone.”
Beyond lending, Bankable’s GrowthReady program can offer many free services to borrowers that range from basic website design to business coaching in order to help them reach their goals, grow, and become “bankable”. Adam Hoeksema, Executive Director at Bankable, states “we believe that this partnership will allow both organizations to accelerate our support of small businesses during a time when entrepreneurs need every resource that we can pull together. Together we hope to help more entrepreneurs get back to business and begin to thrive again.”
Bankable offers affordable loans up to $250,000 by working with clients who are in need of capital that are presently unable to secure funds from a traditional bank. There are no hidden fees, flat monthly payments, and a simple application process. For a small business to get started, all they have to do is fill out an application, contact our team at (765)-356-9100 or email@example.com, or learn more at www.bankable.org.
FORUM Educator Grants Now Open
The FORUM Credit Union Foundation awards $25,000 to support area classrooms annually and the application is now open for the 2020-2021 academic year. Educators and administrators in Marion, Hamilton, Johnson, Boone, Hendricks and Hancock counties are encouraged to apply. Grants may be used for any direct classroom expenses, including, but not limited to, supplies needed to fund a project for the classroom, basic supplies the classroom may be lacking, supplemental items to enhance classroom learning or an experience to enhance classroom learning.
New for 2020, grants may be submitted for items specifically related to materials needed to teach effectively in a virtual environment.
The FORUM Foundation has awarded over $150,000 to local classrooms since 2014. Learn more and apply today. https://www.forumcu.com/foundation/grants
Here are some links that are helpful for small businesses to take some simple steps to protect themselves, especially but not limited to work from home and remote work settings!
“Cyber Safe” Infographic
Remote / Virtual Work Checklist
Internet Safety for Kids
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As restaurants begin the process of re-opening, its important they assure their customers their safety is paramount. Single use menus have been suggested by state officials to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
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During summer, we traditionally encourage parents to guard against the summer slide, in which children lose 2-3 months of the previous year’s math learning during the long summer break. But this is hardly a traditional year.
Currently, more than 50 million U.S. families are already fighting what educators are calling the “COVID slide” — the learning loss that results from students being shut out of school for an extended period of time during the pandemic.
To beat the slide Mathnasium has come up with a solution- Mathnasium@home. We recommend Mathnasium@home, so students can continue to make up lost ground, avoid the learning loss that typically comes with summer break, or get ahead for the next academic year. While teachers are worried about students falling behind, Mathnasium@home is here to help tackle this crisis.
Mathnasium of fishers is getting ready for the grand opening and offering free enrollment and free trial sessions. With the flexibility to learn math both in-center and online, Mathnasium is more accessible than ever before. Call now @317-733-5000 or visit us at mathnasium.com/fishers to find out more.
NextGear Capital has been a part of the Carmel community since 2013 after a successful merger between Dealer Services Corporation (DSC) and Manheim Automotive Financial Services. The company employs over 900 team members and is the country’s leading provider of floor plans to independent dealers. A floor plan offers automotive dealers flexible and customizable lines of credit to acquire inventory for their dealership. Unlike taking out a loan from a traditional bank, a floor plan is a revolving line of credit that a dealer can utilize for the life of their business. NextGear Capital supports more than 23,000 dealers with financing while also giving them access to tools like Account Portal which helps them easily manage their day-to-day business.
While NextGear Capital is focused on investing in its dealers, it also believes in giving back to the local community. Because of this, team members have been active in volunteering for organizations like Habitat for Humanity and local food pantries. Every year, the company hosts a “No Excuses Month” in conjunction with their parent company, Cox Automotive, where team members are encouraged to volunteer throughout their communities. Some of the activities included annually are a Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics, hands on activities with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and a company-wide blood drive for the Versiti Blood Center of Indiana.
During the recent COVID-19 pandemic, NextGear Capital team members further stepped up by making over 100 masks for family members, friends and neighbors. The company also made a $25,000 donation from the James F. Cox Foundation to Gleaners Food Pantry to support local families in need during the pandemic.
It’s no surprise that several of its dealers are also active in local nonprofit organizations in their communities like Military MOMS of Fort Jackson and 33 for Charity. NextGear Capital knows that by investing in its dealers, they’re also able to make in impact in the communities that their clients operate in.
As a part of Cox Automotive, the company prides itself on being committed to diversity and creating an inclusive workforce through its Employee Resource Groups (ERG’s). Some of these include PRIDE, Mosaic and Women with Drive, all whose missions include creating a supporting and authentic work environment for groups and individuals who face discrimination throughout society. It also encourages the ideas of young people through internships available throughout the organization.
To find out more about NextGear Capital and how it gives back to the local community, you can follow them on Facebook or visit www.nextgearcapital.com.
Online Tool Assesses Senior Care Options
Are you concerned about your loved one as he or she gets older? Are you thinking your situation isn’t ideal right now or might not be in the future, but you don’t know what senior care options are available?
CarDon & Associates provides residents with the best senior living options and personalized care, and they are now offering a free and anonymous online survey to help individuals answer the question: Is it time to get help?
CarDon is the only senior living company in Indiana using this 23-question, five-minute online assessment tool from Roobrik, a platform combining decision science and user-friendly technology to help older adults and their families make informed decisions about the future.
You can check out the care assessment at https://cardon.us/roobrik/.
The assessment leads people through a logical progression of questions to make them comfortable and feel heard while pulling out valuable information. It meets people where they are in the decision-making process, engaging older adults and families who are unsure about senior care options, helping them learn more about their or their loved one’s needs and which options are the best fit.
When you are done taking the personalized quiz, you receive a free Care Fit Report, which includes the following:
The Care Fit Report also makes recommendations about the best living options, including in-home care and senior living communities where independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care are offered.
Depending on your comfort and readiness to take the next step, you can decide whether or not you want to be contacted by one of CarDon’s care specialists — or you can keep it completely anonymous.
The Roobrik online tool should be used for education and information gathering, not as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The CarDon specialists can help steer you in the right direction when it comes to talking to your family and professional care providers about moving forward.
With 20 communities owned, operated or managed in the Midwest, CarDon has plenty of senior living options, offering independent living and assisted living as well as rehabilitation, long-term care and memory care.
Choosing senior living is a big step, and CarDon & Associates helps offer the right care in the right place with the right support. Start today by taking the survey at: https://cardon.us/roobrik/.
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