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Creating Space, Attracting Talent

Posted by admin on October 31, 2013

Downtown property tour sheds light on development opportunities

Indianapolis is a growing, vibrant city with a strong history of manufacturing, life sciences, and logistics sectors amongst budding industries in digital technology and clean energy. Throughout the city, real estate opportunities for manufacturing, mixed-use, and office space are available for development.

Co-signed by:
John Thompson, 2013 Board Chair, Indy Chamber
Michael Huber, President and CEO, Indy Chamber

Indiana is on the cusp of an economic recovery. We are strong. We are driven. We are making progress. We must continue this momentum that has elevated the Hoosier State as one of the most business-friendly, economically stable and attractive places to live, to work and to do business.

Indy Chamber Joins Statewide Effort to Oppose HJR-6

Posted by admin on October 22, 2013

Proposed amendment would weaken state's ability to attract talent, business

INDIANAPOLIS (October 22, 2013) – The Indy Chamber announced today it will join the movement against HJR-6, the proposed amendment that would permanently alter the Indiana Constitution to define marriage and would remove existing protections under law for same-sex and unmarried couples and families.

Show Me the Money!

Posted by admin on October 10, 2013

If a small loan would make a big difference for your growing business, then we want you! Let us show you how thoughtful investment can make a significant impact on your bottom line.

INDIANAPOLIS (October 2, 2013) - Finalists have been chosen for the Indy Chamber's Monumental Awards, an event to recognize the best of the Indianapolis region's businesses, entrepreneurs, economic development, and community projects.