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President and CEO of the Indianapolis Recorder Robert Shegog accepts Game Changer Award. Pictured left to right: Jamal Smith, Jaylon Smith, Robert Shegog,  Denise D. Steele.

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper was selected as a recipient of the 2024 All-Star Minority Business Opportunity Week “GameChanger” Award by InnoPower. The ceremony took place at COhatch on February 16 in Downtown Indianapolis.

“This award is a testament to your relentless dedication and unwavering commitment to advancing Black businesses in Indianapolis,” according to InnoPower Founder and CEO, Emil Ekiyor, in a statement provided to the Recorder.

“We are honored to receive this award and grateful for the recognition. It motivates us to continue our mission of innovation and excellence. Thank you, InnoPower, JP Morgan & Co., and other sponsors for your support, and we’re committed to maintaining our momentum,” said Robert Shegog, president and CEO of the Recorder, who accepted the honor on behalf of the entire Recorder team.

During the 2024 All-Star Minority Business Opportunity Weekend, InnoPower celebrated the “incredible talent within the Black business community.” Their goal was to inspire other entities and individuals to take steps toward achieving the dreams that will create positive impact throughout the community.

For 129 years, the Recorder has been changing the game and landscape of media. By continuing to share information and tell stories that represent the community, the Recorder has upheld the standard of being a voice for the voiceless for more than a century. 

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper was awarded for its “remarkable contributions to the Indianapolis community.”

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