101 Beer Kitchen is a family-owned restaurant in located at The Yard District in Fishers, IN. The newest location of this chef-driven gastropub opened in December of 2019 and was recently featured on “Indy Style”, WISH-13. 101 Beer Kitchen is currently offering dine-in, curbside, and delivery options for guests. The menu, created by chef-owner Thad Kittrell, is seasonal & creative but with comfortable favorites complemented by a large carefully curated beer, wine & handcrafted cocktail selection.
We have made the updates to our process that exceed federal, state, and local guidelines for preventing COVID-19 spread. Guests can read all about our updates and what to expect from their 101 service experience at https://www.101beerkitchen.com/new-events/fishers-re-opening-week. The goal is to keep guests and team members as safe as possible, while making it feel as if nothing has changed. To view our seasonal chef-driven menu, visit our website at 101beerkitchen.com. Stay up to date with specials, offerings & news on Facebook and Instagram @101beerkitchenindy.
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EMC CPR & Safety Training, LLC: Established in 2010, we look to provide education & training that empower others to respond in an emergency situation. In addition, we provide the sale of products which support lifesaving measures and offer personal protection to employees in the workplace.
Currently, our highlighted products/services are KN95 masks, liquid hand sanitizer (1 gallon containers, remote CPR training and AEDs.
As we reemerge from the COVID-19 shutdown, it’s important to remember that we cannot let our guard down when it comes to infection control. EMC has sourced a variety of personal protection equipment to offer to the community. Our inventory includes KN95 masks and hand sanitizer, among other items. Obtaining the proper products can be difficult when global supplies are low and quality control issues are on the rise. We have removed the guesswork from this daunting task and offer a streamlined process to secure the safety supplies needed to keep your workplace protected.
While we are mostly focused on how to safely reopen our businesses, it’s crucial to create or maintain a cardiac emergency response plan for your workspace. In addition to our standard onsite CPR and First Aid trainings, EMC now offers a new remote training process, which makes getting certified easier than ever. We provide the necessary equipment; you take the online class and we meet virtually for your skills assessment. When all is successfully executed and completed, you’ll be issued a certification card valid for two years.
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Love cake? Love cupcakes? Eats by Chef Mel offers specialty cakes and cupcakes for all occasions: birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, graduations, client gifts and employee appreciations, or just because it’s Thursday and you want CAKE! With so many cake flavors and decorations available, Chef Mel can tailor your cake or cupcakes to reflect your special moment.
If you’re looking to reconnect with your clients or want to show your staff some love, Eats by Chef Mel has a few options with Client ThankYou packaging and the Corporate Cupcake Club. Make someone’s day a little sweeter with high-quality products they’re sure to remember.
During the current crisis situation, Eats by Chef Mel is offering a “COVID-19% Off" special on all cupcakes for your favorite Essential Worker. Delivery and thank you note included. For more information please visit eatsbychefmel.com/cupcake-sale.
We are on the social media pages too. Please check us out on Instagram @eats_bychefmel, on Facebook @eatsbychefmel and on LinkedIn @eatsbychefmel.
What if you could save a person from contracting this devastating virus, would you do it? We have a new product that will help combat the virus. What is your organization doing to keep your employees and visitors informed and protected against this daunting virus? This Digital Signage Kiosk allows for a cloud based software with an automatic hand sanitizer dispenser built in. You can create your message template utilizing text, pictures, video and news tickers on the 21.5 inch display 24/7. For a complimentary assessment contact :
F.C. Tucker is a century old real estate company reemerged in the commercial real estate world. FC Tucker’s original commercial division was sold back in 1997 and we are the first established commercial division since. Our mission is to uphold the rich history of the number one real estate company in Indiana, in turn, creating the number one commercial team in the state. We facilitate buyers and tenants in finding the perfect space for your needs. We also use multiple listing platforms to make sure sellers and landlords' properties are seen by as many potential buyers and investors as possible, ensuring your properties are sold in a timely manner. We cover all types of properties from retail, office, industrial, or even agricultural. Whatever your commercial needs are, we are a full service real estate team dedicated to you and your needs.
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OneZone and Ascend Indiana to attract talent to Hamilton County by connecting employers with college students looking for jobs and internships
(Carmel and Fishers, Ind., May 19, 2020) – OneZone, the Chamber of Commerce for Fishers and Carmel, Ind., and Ascend Indiana, the talent and workforce development initiative of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, are announcing a collaboration to help college students find jobs – and employers to find talent – during these challenging times.
OneZone is offering their employer members an opportunity to join the Ascend Network, a software platform and team of recruiters that connect students and recent graduates with an associate degree, bachelor’s degree or certificate to Indiana jobs and internships.
“Hamilton County remains a great place to work, and as employers prepare for the impending workforce recovery, we want to make sure they have all the tools necessary to meet their employment needs, and that includes having available early-in-career talent. Our member, Ascend Indiana, is helping us to do that,” said Jack Russell, interim president, OneZone.
To participate, OneZone members can submit information through a short form on the OneZone website: onezonecommerce.com. Employers will then be connected to Ascend to begin the process of sharing their open jobs and internships with students and recent graduates.
“While employers and students are facing unprecedented challenges, the Ascend Network is a unique approach to aligning talent with opportunities in the region, now and in the future,” said Jason Kloth, president and CEO, Ascend Indiana. “Students from 27 Indiana higher education institutions have joined the Network, and they have submitted 13,000 applications to employers for open positions.”
OneZone is hoping to register more than 25 employer members by the end of the year.
TCU: We’re Here for You
A philosophy of “people helping people” is at the heart of our mission — and Teachers Credit Union stands ready to support those affected by the widespread disruption caused by the coronavirus.
We’ve put together financial relief measures for members who have been laid off or otherwise seen a loss in income. If you would like additional information, please contact TCU Business Services at (574) 344-4294 or by email at BusinesseServices@tcunet.com.
“There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to determining which programs suit a small business,” said TCU Vice President of Business Services Anne Feferman. “It’s important that we work together with our business members to ensure they receive support tailored to their needs in navigating these unprecedented times.”
TCU remains focused on ensuring members make the most of available programs to withstand the stalled economic activity.
“We believe that no business should be ruined by the economic disruption caused by the coronavirus,” Feferman said. “TCU was founded in 1931, during the Great Depression, on a philosophy of ‘people helping people’ and that remains our primary mission.
Find out more about the relief measures TCU offers here: www.tcunet.com/Coronavirus-Update
Founded in 1931, Teachers Credit Union has grown into Indiana’s largest credit union with 54 locations and more than 300,000 members. As a cooperative bank, TCU’s profits benefit members directly in the form of better rates on loans and deposits, and generous rewards programs. TCU is also part of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network, offering members access to services at more than 5,600 credit union locations nationwide.
Tried & True Alehouse & Family Eatery is a locally owned, family ran restaurant. We pride ourselves on Scratch Made Food. Our second location at 4825 E. 96th Street has been open since January of 2019. We are currently operating as all other restaurants are during this crazy time. We are open for Curbside Carryout business Monday through Saturday 12:00pm – 8:00pm.
We are offering a limited menu at this time which includes Family Pack Heat & Serve Meals, as well as Individual Box Meals. We are also selling and filling growlers of our draft beer selection, most of which are locally brewed. One of our feature items is our highly popular Brussel Sprouts, we have that packaged as a Take Home DIY Kit. To see our current menu please visit our website at www.triedandtruealehouse.com. Please follow us on Facebook @triedandtrueindy and Instagram @triedandtrueindy for updates.
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Guiding Principles: Value-Based Marketing and Diagnostic Selling
We implement this by insisting that we always provide the user with something of true stand-alone value before we ever attempt to move forward with any sales-like gesture. The key here is to make sure the value-offer is truly beneficial to the consumer without any further engagement. This approach seems counter-intuitive to some, but there's a reason this methodology consistently produces two, three, and four times the average return on ad spend across campaigns worldwide.
Creating True "Stand-Alone" Value
Duckworth Design is a web design & development agency with a general love for digital marketing and online advertising. We are strongly guided by the principles of value-based marketing and diagnostic discovery before prescriptive selling. These ethical advertising methods are used within ours and our clients' websites and digital marketing campaigns.
Why Value Always Wins
The reason is a bit of a cliche: people really do buy from people they know, like, and trust. What creates more familiarity, likability, and trustworthiness at the very beginning of an advertisement? A campaign from a computer-repair company that only ever brags about being "The Best/Cheapest in Town" or a campaign from that same company with a downloadable PDF that gives you "12 Things to Check Before You Get Your Computer Serviced or Repaired." Our vote is in. Value always wins.
Why We Should Be Focusing on Creating Value in Our Advertising
This guiding principle is becoming more crucial than ever. Selling ethically and working to properly aid and serve your potential customers before money ever enters the conversation will create room for more loyal, engaged, and satisfied clientele. So when you're marketing and having sales conversations during this global crisis, practice empathy and aim first to help the other person. Help them discover if they need your product or service. If not, assist them by pointing them in the direction of other resources, people, or ideas that can ultimately end their struggle—market how you'd like to be marketed to. Sell how you'd like to be sold to.
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Indiana Small Business Development Center and Butler University have announced a series of free business counseling sessions for business owners via Butler’s Center for Business Excellence.
Housed in the Butler University Lacy School of Business, the Old National Bank Center for Business Excellence is committed to helping privately owned companies achieve their goals. The Center’s accredited partners – area CPAs, attorneys and other advisors – are teaming up to offer free counseling on a variety of topics throughout the month of May.
Here is the May calendar of free counseling events that are free to business owners to attend. Simply click the "Get Zoom Details" link. Following a short event registration, you will be provided a Zoom invitation to join the session. Pop in to ask a question or linger for the entire session. The intent is to provide companies access to experts in their respective fields.
Furthermore, ISBDC business advisors are continuing to talk with clients and are available to provide business coaching services. Contact the Central Indiana SBDC staff to schedule your personal business counseling session.
We are offering to OneZone members the ability to purchase PPE and other materials as we transition to reopening.
For more information contact Brad Battin at 317-441-8659 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also an order for below to see the products.
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Clinicians at Aspire Indiana Health were hearing from the community that it has been difficult for truck drivers to get annual physicals needed for their Commercial Driver's License during the COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place order. Physical exams may be considered a non-essential medical appointment by some family physicians. Recognizing that truck drivers are essential workers and among our pandemic heroes, Aspire's Primary Care clinics want to make CDL renewal easier to accomplish.
Aspire's Carmel clinic is located at 679 Pro-Med Lane, just off Meridian/SR31. Their Lebanon clinic at 1600 West Main Street is located conveniently off of I65 and SR32. Both locations are prepared to make face-to-face appointments for physicals. They accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance. Call the direct line for the location nearest you to arrange an appointment: Carmel - 317-574-0055, Lebanon - 765-482-7100.
At The Hot Room, we believe life is too short to be stressed, out of shape, and uninspired. We've curated the most powerful yoga and pilates classes so you can jumpstart your most powerful life. You can stop feeling stuck and instead access the highest version of YOU!
When we closed our doors in response to COVID-19, we immediately created the virtual studio. Over the past month, we've watched our virtual studio community grow into hundreds and hundreds of individuals from around the world taking control of their health daily.
People start a yoga practice for many reasons: flexibility, strength, weight loss, stress reduction, or simply to try something new. The bottom line is, even after one yoga class, you’ll start feeling more confident and healthier inside and out.
We are working around the clock to support you with feeling your best and are offering a free week virtual pass to help you stay healthy and strong. If you have not had the opportunity to join us, now is the time. Let's stay connected!
Jumpstart your most powerful life and claim your virtual free week: thehotroom.com/virtual-studio
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