The Journal Gazette
 
 
Saturday, March 12, 2016 10:01 pm

Business at a glance

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The Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown initiative announced the launch of the Homegrown by Heroes program. It gives local producers who have served in the military the opportunity to use an exclusively-designed logo on its business signage and/or product labels. This will help consumers who wish to show their support easily identify products made by veterans. It is a national program administered by the Farmer Veteran Coalition. To be eligible for the program, the producer must meet all Indiana Grown membership criteria. For more information on requirements and to apply for membership, visit IndianaGrown.org.

 

One of Design Collaborative’s health care projects, Parkview Hospital Randallia’s new entry and plaza, was honored with an American Institute of Architects design award.

 

Raytheon Co., space and airborne systems division, Fort Wayne, was awarded a $7,727,621 modification to a previously awarded contract for an engineering change on the VINSON/ANDVT cryptographic modernization program by the U.S. Department of Defense.

 

Asher Agency collected six Gold and ten Silver Awards for its creative work at the annual advertising honors recognition ceremony recently held by the Fort Wayne chapter of the Advertising Federation of America.

 

Labov Marketing Communications and Training recently began working with Volvo Cars USA to develop a national customer experience training program and support new model launch activities.

 

Felderman Design-Build was awarded the contract by Fort Wayne Radiology for a remodel of its corporate office for a PET Fusion Imaging Center located on the Parkview regional campus.

 

Verizon Wireless was ranked highest in network quality in the North Central region by J.D. Power.

 

Brand Innovation Group recently launched a redesigned version of its website at gotobig.com and has a greater emphasis on web accessibility for people with disabilities.

 

Midwest Film Factory is going to be launched by Julie Scher at 650 North St. in Auburn with a projected opening date of April. It is being renovated and turned into a fully-equipped digital studio offering the latest in video and audio technology.

 

SYM Financial Advisors has moved to a larger space within its existing building, across the lobby from the current location at 7030 Pointe Inverness Way in Fort Wayne.

 

Legends Running Shop LLC at 113 East Maumee St. in Angola was opened by Donovan "Randy" Houser and Debbie Seigel.

 

The Glass Park at 4037 South Wayne Ave. is open and offers Fort Wayne its first soft glass studio.

 

Britton Marketing & Design Group held a recent ceremony to celebrate the launch of The Observatory, the Fort Wayne–based agency’s new digital content creation studio.

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