Business briefs – February 9

Low-cost vet clinic to open in Greenfield

GREENFIELD — Noah’s Animal Hospitals plan a new low-cost veterinary clinic to open Feb. 15. All Pet Health Care by Noah’s, a low-cost, full-service veterinary clinic, opens at 2195 U.S. Highway 40 West. The clinic is a sister clinic to Noah’s BrandywineAnimalHospital. 1479 N. State St., and the two facilities will work together and refer clients to each other, said manager of marketing Jennifer Judd.

Noah’s Animal Hospitals is the largest family-owned group of veterinary clinics in Indiana, with eight locations throughout central Indiana, Judd said.  The majority of Noah’s clinics are accredited members of the American Animal Hospital Association, a distinction held by only 13 percent of all veterinary hospitals nationwide, according to the Noah’s website.

For more information about the new clinic, visit

Walmart offers flu shots

GREENFIELD — As the Centers for Disease Control warned recently, this year’s particularly dangerous flu season is far from over, according to a news release. Walmart is reminding Hoosiers it’s not too late to get a flu shot. Doing so may help local residents avoid catching the flu or lessen the effects if they do become sick, according to health experts.

The CDC reports high flu-like symptoms in Indiana, where the flu is considered widespread.

Amplify Indy launches incubator for emerging nonprofits

GREENFIELD — A veteran-owned marketing company recently kicked off a 10-month program to help nonprofit leaders.

Amplify Indy, founded by Harrison Painter, works to help business or nonprofit leaders with personal, professional and business development. The Amplify Hope program, a 10-month training platform with a curriculum based on financial literacy, sustainability, board development, marketing and more, is based at Collaborate 317, a 25,000-square-foot co-working space located just west of the Indianapolis Regional Airport.

Amplify Indy has partnered with area nonprofit organization Community Outreach for Financial Education to create the competitive program, which provides nine monthly challenges, a competitive fundraiser and the capstone event, the Amplify Indy Awards, tentatively slated for October 2018. Some 50 nonprofit leaders have been accepted into the program, according to a news release.

For more information about Amplify Indy, visit or contact Harrison Painter at 317-871-1000 or

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