Metronet was initially funded by seven founding subscribers: the University of Notre Dame, Robert Bosch Corp., Teachers Credit Union, Memorial Health System, St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, South Bend Medical Foundation and Madison Center. These partners prepaid 10 years of subscription fees to fund building the network and to cover two years of startup costs.
Acts as the catalyst between the community and prospective businesses, working to enhance the economic environment of the community.
A city with a rich past and a bright future. A city on the forefront of the new economy, where the entrepreneurial spirit is embraced and innovation is nurtured. The kind of place where business thrives.
Connects innovators, market experts and capital providers to help transform innovations into viable marketplace ventures. Connect − Collaborate − Commercialize.
Technology. On. Ignition Park offers 83 acres of prime real estate for high−tech businesses to commercialize and manufacture products.
Unlike other financial institutions that use people to make money, TCU uses money to serve members through new service centers, products and services.
Town and gown have grown up together over the past 167 years and each offers the other opportunities for business, learning, service, entertainment, and recreation.
The commitment to delivering consistent, reliable, quality medical care has played an instrumental role in helping the Foundation achieve its position of leadership.
A medical center that provides healthcare for all people from all walks of life. Guided by faith−based traditions, they provide exceptional healthcare to all they serve.
Not only recognized nationally as a leader in providing high quality care, but also as a leader in innovation, offering new approaches to patient satisfaction and customer service.
Constantly strives to improve in order to meet the needs and desires of readers, listeners, viewers and advertisers. The company’s strength mirrors the community's.