Entrepreneurship

Feature StoryTekVenture offers makers tools, space, and community.

How makers are hacking Fort Wayne's culture


NewsLearning comes alive through group projects which are cornerstones of the New Tech Network curriculum.

New Tech Academy is challenging the status quo in education


NewsWhen Allen draws, he focuses on a small area and lets the whole come together in proportion naturally.

The 'magical,' abstract art of Frank Louis Allen


Feature StoryPeople of NEI Richy Aung breakdance

#PeopleofNEI: Aung and Richy, breakdancers and entrepreneurs


NewsWilliam Bryant Rozier and John Dortch are the power team behind the Fort Wayne Ink Spot.

Two Fort Wayne print publications are thriving in the digital age


Feature StoryThe St. Marys Stage at Middle Waves Music Festival comes alive at night.

Fort Wayne's music scene: Where are we now?


Feature StoryKimora Lane, left, and Marie Sims, right, own KiMarie’s Kreations & Katering.

A creative catering business is seeking a downtown storefront


NewsA view of the neighborhoods surrounding Building 26 of the Electric Works campus.

Could Electric Works bring neighbors closer together?


NewsArtlink is currently home to creative spaces for artists to work and collaborate.

What's next for northeast Indiana's creative economy?


NewsA team of high school students launched Shipshewana Pedicabs through Launch LaGrange.

Student businesses build on LaGrange County's success


Feature StoryFWCS Superintendent Wendy Robinson explains the benefits of Electric Works to local educators.

'This is more than just a business deal'


Feature StoryElectric Works is the largest project Fort Wayne has considered in recent years.

What type of place is Fort Wayne going to be?


Feature StoryMcKinney creative agency was one of the early investors in the American Tobacco campus.

Why my company moved to the American Tobacco campus


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