Resource pages for "IEDC"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
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Business Facilities' September / October 2022 issue takes a look at sites for advanced manufacturing and finding tech talent. Plus, cybersecurity, semiconductors, and more.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives level the playing field for workforce growth and economic gains.
The September / October 2021 issue looks at startup ecosystems, innovation centers and Opportunity Zones. Plus, an exclusive interview with North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper.
Finkle, CEcD, President and CEO, IEDC, discusses the impact of COVID-19 and remote work on real estate and economic development, and more.
The global supply chain logistics company is investing more than $1.8 million to expand its Indianapolis headquarters.
As the IEDC's second annual celebratory week for Economic Development begins today, here are some tips about how your location can participate.
The $3.2 million expansion in downtown Indianapolis comes as the cloud-based sales platform company rebrands itself as Octiv.
This month, the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) is commemorating its 90th anniversary as the largest professional membership organization for economic developers.
Rolls-Royce plans to invest nearly $600 million in its operations and research in Indianapolis over the next five years.
Faurecia is the world’s sixth-largest automotive supplier, with four business groups: automotive seating, emissions control technologies, interior systems and automotive exteriors.
John Morrell, an independent operating company of Smithfield Foods, has 17 manufacturing facilities across the country, including a plant in Peru, IN.
IEDC's Excellence in Economic Development Awards recognize the world’s best economic development programs and partnerships, marketing materials, and new media.
This is the first company with roots in Indiana’s sister state to invest in Indiana.
Toyota adding 300 jobs to build more Highlanders in Indiana, improving production flexibility.
GE Aviation breaks ground on $100 million jet engine assembly factory in Indiana. Factory will create 200 jobs by 2020 and will have strong ties to Purdue University.
A skilled workforce and ultra-efficient government services make Indiana fertile ground for business growth and an attractive landing spot for foreign investment.
Anderson replaces Charlie Sparks who served with the agency since its creation in February 2005 in roles ranging from director of the north central region to vice president of business development.
With seven production facilities, a warehouse, a research and development center and a metallurgical laboratory in Fort Wayne, the expansion will allow the company to increase capacity.
A business destination that removes roadblocks for the good of its people, Indiana is proof that when you rip away the red tape and work together, cooperation brings results.
More than 250 companies agreed in 2012 to create 27,620 new jobs in Indiana, exceeding any year on record. From the January/February 2013 issue
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