Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers says programs like READI will bring the state’s communities together through curiosity and calculated risks.
Philadelphia-based retailer Five Below plans to invest $100 million in Indiana and bring more than 470 new jobs to the state by the end of 2025.
Jim Staton, senior vice president and chief business development officer at the Indiana Economic Development Corp., will serve as the state’s interim commerce secretary.
Indiana Commerce Secretary Jim Schellinger is stepping down from the post.
Commitments from businesses in 2019 could bring more than 27,000 new jobs to Indiana in the coming years.
Lokring Midwest in Valparaiso was among 14 Indiana companies recognized during the Small Business Impact Award program May 9.
BraunAbility, a maker of wheelchair vehicles and wheelchair lifts, announced Feb. 13 plans to invest $7.5 million in its Indiana operations, which in the long run will add new jobs and help the company’s growth strategy. The Winamac-based company along with Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said BraunAbility also planned […]
Rockwell Automation, a Milwaukee-based Fortune 500 company specializing in industrial automation and information, announced June 5 it plans to consolidate operations from Champaign, Ill. and Memphis, Tenn. to Indiana. A statement from the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said the move combined with Rockwell’s projected growth could create up to 231 new jobs in Indiana by […]
MISHAWAKA – New electric vehicles produced by California-based SF Motors could start rolling off an Indiana assembly line before year’s end. The company announced on May 30 it plans to start trial production before the end of the year at the former AM General production plant in Mishawaka, which it purchased in November. The company […]