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August 2017 Economic Briefing

Posted by chamberadmin on September 14, 2017

Last week, we also announced that we would be working collaboratively with regional leaders to submit a bid to Amazon to consider the Indy Region for their second North American headquarters. As we ramp up our efforts to place a competitive bid, we will be focusing on all of the economic factors that make the Indy Region attractive. Check out our latest economic briefing!


Indy Chamber Announces Anchoring Revitalization Program

Posted by chamberadmin on September 12, 2017

(INDIANAPOLIS) - Today, the Indy Chamber publicly announced the Anchoring Revitalization Program, a sweeping strategy aimed at redevelopment, local hiring and business opportunities around Marion County’s major institutional employers.  Today’s announcement comes after a half-day session with partners and participating anchor institutions to plan the next phases of the program as momentum builds behind a push to encourage anchor employees to live closer to work, spurring neighborhood revitalization across the urban core.   


Next Level Jobs Helps Indy’s Workers Aim Higher

Posted by chamberadmin on September 8, 2017

There’s no denying Indy’s economic momentum.  Metro unemployment is trending below the state and nation, and the nine-county region continues to earn the confidence of growing companies:  The Indy Partnership reports 65 successful relocation and expansion projects through July – 17 more deals than the first seven months of 2016 – attracting more than 8,000 new jobs (up 60% from ‘16) and $850M in new investment (more than double last year).


Anchor Institution Announcement Planned this Week

Posted by chamberadmin on September 8, 2017

Later this week, look for a public announcement of an initiative that’s been incubating and moving forward behind-the-scenes for nearly three years – the Indy Chamber’s Anchor Revitalization Program is a sweeping strategy aimed at redevelopment, local hiring and business opportunities around Marion County’s major institutional employers.