— It was April 1, and in a matter of weeks, a company called Indigo Online was going to open a shop in the Indiana city.
But the store had its own challenges.
In the last few years, Indianapolis has been struggling to get new businesses to open up shop in its booming downtown.
And it is one of the most expensive places to locate new stores in the state.
So the Indianapolis-based company, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, had a unique opportunity to find a niche market in a city that is in the middle of a financial crisis.
But it did not have the expertise or resources to pull off a successful retail venture.
Indigo was one of four businesses to apply for a franchise in the Indianapolis area.
The other three were called Indiana State Fair, Big Basket, and The Bazaar of Indianapolis.
It was an easy call to make.
Indianapolis has one of Indiana’s fastest-growing populations, and the city is brimming with businesses, including a successful food truck scene.
But to make it work, the company needed to find the right kind of customers.
Indies most popular online store was located at 816 W. Second St., a historic shopping center in downtown Indianapolis.
There were hundreds of vendors and food trucks on the sidewalk, and vendors were selling everything from homemade chili to clothing and furniture.
Indie had a good track record.
It opened its first store in the downtown area in 1999 and opened two more in Indianapolis last year.
It had a thriving online store and had a strong presence on social media.
The online store also had a large online presence.
In 2010, the online shop moved its headquarters to Chicago, Illinois, and was the first of its kind in the U.S.
The company found itself in a similar predicament in Chicago.
There was a huge shortage of brick-and-mortar retail stores, and it was not a good time to be a new business.
So Indigo moved its online store to Chicago.
In Chicago, Indigo went to the top of its search and found a business that was able to fill the void.
The online store became a leader in the city’s online shopping scene.
The company, which is now based in Atlanta, Georgia, had expanded to other markets and was expanding its online business.
It was one step closer to expanding into the Indianapolis market.
The Indianapolis company is now the fifth largest online retail company in the country.
It had its challenges.
It struggled to find new stores.
Its online shop, which has more than 1,000 products, was struggling to find buyers.
And when customers bought online, they often paid more than they had bargained for.
Indias website was riddled with errors.
People often purchased products with different names than they were supposed to.
And online shoppers were sometimes duped into buying products that were not what they thought they were paying for.
But Indigo’s online store has the ability to correct these issues, and there is hope that it can help the city to become a more competitive online shopping city.
“The Internet is an amazing thing,” said John G. Hoeven, the former CEO of Indigo.
“But I’m not sure that there’s ever been a more amazing time in this economy than right now.”
Indies success was not without challenges.
There was a lack of money in the company, and its business model did not pay off.
So the company had to raise money through crowdfunding and an equity sale.
It raised $50 million in capital from investors including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sequoia Capital, and Firstpoint Ventures.
The $50-million investment helped it expand into other markets.
But it was in Chicago, where the company was located, that the company’s success truly began.
In 2012, the Indianapolis company partnered with the Chicago-based venture capital firm Sequoias Ventures.
And that is where it really started to grow.
The Chicago company raised $100 million from investors like Kleiner and Sequoires, and has been working to build out a brick- and-mortart retail store.
And as it has done in the past, the Chicago company has become an online destination for consumers.
Indicates are displayed on the display in the store at 815 W. Chicago St., which is part of the Indigo online merchandise shop.
The Indigo online store opened its doors in June, 2017.
The space is used as a meeting place for customers.
The store also has a cafe.
The cafe has seating for 500 people.
For a business with limited resources, this was a win-win.
But in Chicago the company did not feel like it was getting the same kind of customer support as in Indianapolis.
The customers there were also not supportive of the new location.
One customer posted a negative review on Indices Facebook page after the store opened.
That customer said the store did not provide