February Highlights from Input Fort Wayne
Top 5 Articles Regional Partnership Team Members Enjoyed this Month
Northeast Indiana has a compelling story to tell, and Input Fort Wayne is sharing the captivating stories happening across the 11-county region.
Input Fort Wayne is a weekly publication that tells authentic stories about bold startups, catalytic talent, emerging places and ideas from across the region. As a community-focused website, the publication features the work of local writers, journalists and photographers showcasing the evolving culture of Northeast Indiana to talented individuals living in the region and potential talent looking to relocate.
Telling Northeast Indiana's positive story to a larger audience is critical to branding and talent attraction efforts. Input Fort Wayne serves as an agile, timely and relevant outlet to accomplish those goals.
The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership is a strong supporter of the regional publication. Each month, we hope to highlight our staff’s Top 5 Input Fort Wayne articles from the previous month.
Here’s what we picked for our favorite stories this month:
Soda business sweetens downtown Huntington
- Story selected by Director of the Road to One Million Michael Gailbraith
A look inside the culture of Amish entrepreneurs
- Story selected by Vice President of Marketing & Strategic Communications Kate Virag
Growing interest in a local food network
- Story selected by Graphic Designer Rachael Driscoll
Kendallville's first female mayor shares her story
- Story selected by Director of Administration Vanessa Hurtig
Historic theatre renovations create a sense of 'place'
- Story selected by Communications Manager Jaclyn Goldsborough
Have you read the latest issue of Input Fort Wayne? Make sure to sign up to receive the weekly newsletter edition in your inbox to read inspiring stories from around the region. Want to share your story? Contact Kate Virag to share your story idea!
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