Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Indianapolis articles below.
The pharmaceutical company will establish its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Indianapolis and plans to create more than 100 new, high-wage jobs by the end of 2024.
The digital consulting company has selected Indiana for its first Midwest operation, and will create the new, highly-skilled jobs by the end of this year.
To meet growing demand from Midwest manufacturing and healthcare industries, the industrial gas company will invest $38 million in a new, large-scale air separation unit in Indianapolis.
The new 5G hub will invite businesses, researchers, and universities to develop next-generation solutions in Indianapolis.
The logistics and supply chain management provider will invest more than $5.65 million to grow its operations and buy new equipment over the next five years.
The global supply chain logistics company is investing more than $1.8 million to expand its Indianapolis headquarters.
Planned growth of the company’s core businesses, innovation and vehicle testing center will bring more than 300 jobs to central Indiana.
The Chicago-based marketing technology company will invest more than $10 million in its Indianapolis operations over the next several years.
Kerauno has selected Indianapolis as its official headquarters and plans to increase its Indiana workforce to 140 by 2022.
The regional airline will establish a U.S.-based flight training academy in Indianapolis that will train hundreds of aviation professionals each year, and plans to create more than 600 jobs in Indiana by 2028.
The automotive insurer will invest more than $16 million to expand and enhance its facility in Carmel, IN, with help from state tax credits and training grants.
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.
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 digital marketing service provider will benefit from up to $2,825,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $100,000 in training grants.
Thanks to the software company's $40 million investment, 111 Monument Circle will be renamed Salesforce Tower Indianapolis.
Heartland Food Products Group, a producer and marketer of low calorie sweeteners, drink mixes, coffee and nutritional beverages, will expand its operations in Indianapolis, creating up to 187 new jobs by 2020.
Milhaus, a mixed-use development company, will expand its operations in Indianapolis, creating up to 250 new jobs by 2020.
Eli Lilly and Company will expand its global R&D headquarters in Indianapolis, IN, adding 130,000 square feet to the company's existing complex.
New Indianapolis location is expected to create 1,000 jobs by 2016.
When its Indianapolis facility reaches full production by the end of the year, it will operate more than 25 automatic and manual presses.
The Indianapolis order fulfillment center will enable Newegg to handle 30,000 different products and ship tens of thousands of orders daily to its Midwestern customers.
Despite economic and political turbulence, global commercial real estate investors will be more willing to take risks in 2014
Reflex & Allen, which has more than 500 employees globally, has already hired finance, sales, quality, operations, engineering, warehousing and production associates and will continue to recruit extrusion and general operators as part of this expansion.
AES, which currently has 25,000 associates globally, including 3,600 employees in the United States, will immediately begin filling new positions across the company.
As the global financial system continues to mend, venture capital is beginning to flow back into the biotechnology sector. In Europe, the largest biomed players are thriving, while entrepreneurial biotech start-ups gain traction in the U.S. From the March/April 2013 issue.
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