October / November 2013

Evansville Business

On the Clock

You’re minutes in, and already the sweat is starting to pour. Yet this really isn’t as hot as it could be, Roxanne Bailey points out, in her jeans and long-sleeved blouse — it’s September, after all. You should see it

Community Partners

Designing Awareness

The Evansville Design Group was founded to create a community for Evansville-based design professionals. With more than 70 active members including print designers, industrial designers, interior designers, interactive designers, motion designers, and photographers, the EDG possesses exceptional talent. Now, the

Back Talk

Sharon Walker

JOB: President/Founder of Long View Group LLC, President of Board of Trustees, Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science HOMETOWN: Flint, Mich. HER RESUME: Walker has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an MBA, both from the University of

Business Front

Fresh Air of Civility

As I write this it is the beginning of October, and as we move into our typical fall climate, I seem to be getting a whiff of civility in the air. I’m pretty sure that I have not encountered that

Dressed for Success

It wasn’t a uniform, but it could have been. When Paul and Ruby Eickhoff started the business that eventually became Paul’s Menswear more than 50 years ago, most men wanted to buy black, charcoal, navy, or brown pants; white, blue,

Electric Metric

Whose Site Is It? Headquartered in Evansville, Vectren Corp., through its subsidiary, Vectren Energy Delivery, provides energy delivery services to more than 1 million natural gas and/or electric customers throughout central Indiana, Southern Indiana, and west central Ohio. Vectren’s new

The Office of Business Leadership

Ten years ago, we hauled a desk and the trappings of an office to Dress Plaza to stage the October/November 2003 issue of Evansville Business — The Office of Business Leadership: Evansville Division. The gatefold cover and story featured nine

Meat and Greet

Nestled away in Haubstadt, Ind., sits one of the most impressive meat markets in the country. Dewig Meats (pronounced Day-Wig) has been serving customers the finest products and quality in the industry for almost 100 years. “People think of us

A Call to Action

Hearing that your child has been diagnosed with a serious medical condition is something a parent hopes never to hear. But for parents who do hear such words, Steve Church offers personal advice: work hard to uncover the positives within

Information is Power

Think of all the ways businesses attempt to catch your eye. They advertise, promote, and cross-promote. They use Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Name recognition means everything. And then there’s the antithesis — the Medical Information Bureau. If there’s a marketing

An Engaging Experience

It’s not just about the sparkle. When The Diamond Galleria by Rogers has its grand opening at the corner of Vogel and Burkhardt roads on Nov. 7, the building that managing partners Tyna Wheat and Sharon Sartore envisioned about two

Naturally Good

Skincare matters. Just ask any woman trying to maintain a clear, healthy complexion during a humid summer or a bitterly cold winter. That’s why Therese Lasswell feels fortunate to have met Virginia Easterling in 1981. Lasswell was in her mid-20s