Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Tax Credits articles below.
Thanks to recently-approved Grow NJ tax credits, two food companies are considering projects that could create more than 150 new jobs and invest over $15M in distressed communities.
The company plans to create up to 185 new jobs at a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Posey County, IN.
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 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.
Three manufacturing projects expected to create a total of 390 jobs have been approved to receive tax credits under the Grow New Jersey Program.
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.
The national retailer is joining the state's logistics industry with a new e-commerce distribution center in Plainfield, IN.
Michele Brown, President and CEO, Choose New Jersey, Inc. discusses incubators, innovation zones, STEM education, incentives and the Garden State in a post-Panamax world.
Blue Buffalo Pet Products will invest more than $100 million to build a new pet food manufacturing facility in Richmond, IN.
MISO Inc., an independent regional electric transmission organization, is expanding its headquarters in Carmel, IN, creating up to 84 new high-wage jobs by 2020.
Bell Inc. will open its first eastern-U.S. facility in Central Ohio and create 275 new jobs, generating $9.2 million in new annual payroll. The Sioux Falls, SD-based company will invest $30 million in a 165,000-square-foot paperboard carton manufacturing facility in the Columbus area.
Michigan Economic Development's president and CEO provides insight into the state's incentives and investments in large and small businesses.
Nello anticipates additional expansion of its corporate headquarters in downtown South Bend and expects the completion of the relocation to take place over the next year and a half.
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