Indiana Economic Development Corporation
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Indiana Economic Development Corporation articles below.
The global technology firm will invest over $8.7 million, create up to 2,000 new high-skilled jobs in central Indiana by the end of 2021.
BeijingWest Industries, Co. Ltd. will invest more than $80 million its first U.S. production facility in Greenfield's Progress Park, creating up to 441 new, high-wage jobs by 2021.
Stratosphere Quality will invest $3.7M to expand its headquarters in Fishers, IN, creating up to 250 new jobs by 2020.
Greenlight.guru has expanded to a new office for tech startups and plans to create up to 120 new jobs by 2020 with help from state tax credits and training grants.
The pharmaceutical giant’s significant investment in manufacturing diabetes medicines will continue with a new $85 million commitment in Indianapolis.
Spot Freight Inc. will invest over $2M to expand in Indianapolis, and receive tax credits and training assistance grants from the state.
Select Genetics will locate a new hatchery in Terre Haute with the help of up to $550,000 in state tax credits and training grants.
Steuben County’s new Enterprise Center will house traditional co-working space for small businesses and growing firms, as well as a dedicated industrial training facility with welding and CNC machinery training equipment.
The automotive manufacturer will invest over $4M in a new facility in Fort Wayne with help from tax credits and training grants from the state.
NTK Precision Axle Corporation will invest more than $100M in a new manufacturing facility in Madison County, IN.
General Cable Corporation will invest more than $18M to expand its operations in Grant County, IN with help from state tax credits and infrastructure assistance.
The third-party logistics firm will invest more than $3.7 million and create up to 50 new jobs at its Hendricks County facility this year.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation will offer TMMI training grants to reimburse up to 50 percent of the company’s eligible workforce training costs over a two-year period.
The logistics firm is expanding its headquarters and adding up to 61 jobs in Columbus, IN with help from state tax credits and training grants.
The healthcare tech company will locate a new Client Services Center in Carmel, IN, creating up to 125 new jobs by 2022.
Forest River will invest $6.7M to expand into three facilities totaling 450,000 square feet, creating up to 425 new jobs by 2019.
Indiana is ahead of the curve in embracing the imperative for regional development. Seven regions in the state have lined up nearly $4 billion worth of projects for the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative.
The joint venture between U.S. Energy Logistics and GEP Fuels will invest $100 million in a new recycling center and $200 million in a plastics-to-diesel facility, both in Carroll County.
Systemic improvements in cost efficiency are delivering better pricing to the logistics sector, but gaps in infrastructure are still a problem.
A completed segment of I-69 helped attract M&C Tech's new factory, the first Japanese investment in the Daviess County, IN region.
The national fire protection company is growing its Indianapolis headquarters with the help of up to $725,000 in tax credits and training grants.
Würth Service Supply Inc. is expanding its Greenwood, IN headquarters, with help from tax credits based on the company's plans to create up to 60 new jobs.
The woman-owned exhibit company will invest $1.2M in its new North Judson, IN operations.