Fishers business round-up


Elliott Hultgren of the City of Fishers was selected as a Junior Achievements 2017 Indy’s Best and Brightest Awards Program finalist. A Nov. 9 event will honor 100 of central Indiana’s most outstanding young professionals age 40 and under in 10 different industries. For more, visit

Nothing Bundt Cakes will hold a ribbon cutting at 1 p.m. Oct. 19 at 11680 Commercial Dr., Suite 500. For more, visit

John McDonald, CEO of Internet of Things Systems Innovator ClearObject, was recently accepted into the Forbes Technology Council. The council is a hand-selected, invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs and technology executives. For more, visit

STAR Financial Bank announced its title sponsorship of an upcoming holiday concert by the Fishers Community Chorus. On Dec. 2, “STAR Financial Bank presents the Fishers Community Chorus Christmas Concert” will be performed in Fishers. STAR Financial Bank offers personal and business banking, investment services and insurance at several locations in the Fishers area, including a new location opening at the end of October on 146th Street, east of Ind. 37. Pictured, from left, Gavin Fisher, VP, Sr. Retail Sales Officer, STAR Financial Bank; Bonnie Meier, Marc Feeney, Ed Jacques, Kathie Jacques of the Fishers Community Chorus; Scott Bove, Director of Private Banking and VP, Senior Commercial Banker, STAR Financial Bank; Connie Rich of the Fishers Community Chorus; and Thomas Wright, President of STAR Financial Bank. (Submitted photo)

Portillo’s opened Sept. 28 at 9201 E. 166th St. The fast-casual restaurant offers Chicago-style hot dogs, beef, salads and more.

IKEA opened Oct. 11. For photos from the media sneak peek preview, visit

Another Broken Egg Café will open next to LouVino, 8626 E 116th St., at the end of this month. The café features southern-style breakfast food.