Commitments from businesses in 2019 could bring more than 27,000 new jobs to Indiana in the coming years.
Gordon Food Service, a privately held, family-managed food service distributor, will build a new 500,000-square-foot warehouse-distribution center in central Indiana that could create more than 400 jobs by the end of 2025.
Better than expected job gains in April shows the nation’s economy is continuing to expand.
The Northwest Indiana Small Business Development Center knows what it takes to help entrepreneurs make their dreams of running their own companies a reality. In 2018, the regional ISBDC, assisted clients start 54 businesses and in total served 504 clients, according to information from the Northwest Indiana Small Business Development Center. “We are honored to […]
LAPORTE – CareEnroll, a company which assists consumers enroll in health care plans and maintain coverage, announced June 19 it will expand its LaPorte-headquarters and Fishers-based satellite office. The company, which was founded in 2015 by Phil Woods, plans to hire up to 197 new workers by the end of 2021, according to the Indiana […]
NEW CARLISLE – State and local officials on June 13 dedicated the new Phase I St. Joseph Energy Center natural gas fueled power generating plant at 54745 Walnut Road in New Carlisle. Representatives of the plant’s ownership group, Ares EIF Group and Toyota Tsusho, also were on hand to formally mark the plant’s opening. The […]
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 […]