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Illinois Directory of Economic Development Organizations

Illinois Directory of Economic Development Organizations.

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  • Capital: Springfield
  • Population (2015 Est.): 12,859,995
  • Largest Cities (2015): Chicago, 2,720,546; Aurora, 200,661; Rockford, 148,278; Joliet, 147,861; Naperville, 147,100
  • Targeted Industries: Advanced Manufacturing; Agribusiness & Food Processing; Life Sciences & Biotechnology; Business & Professional Services; Energy; Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
  • Key Incentives: Subordinated Loan Program, Municipal Utility Improvement Grants, Roadway & Rail Improvement Grants & Loans, Job Training & Recruitment Assistance, Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones
  • GDP (All Industry 2015): $775.0 billion*

*Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce


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Michael S. Kearney
Director, Economic Development
P.O. Box 66149, MC 350
St. Louis, MO 63166
P: 800-981-9409

As an electric and natural gas utility serving central and southern Illinois, mid-Missouri and the St. Louis metropolitan area, Ameren’s economic development professionals are ready to assist your next expansion.


Whiteside County Economic Development

Gary Camarano
Economic Development Director & Enterprise Zone Administrator
200 East Knox Street
Morrison, IL 61270
P: 815-772-5182

Whiteside County in Northwest Illinois is strategically located in the heart of the Midwest—with Great Market Reach, Superior Connectivity and a hard working Labor Force.

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