This position contributes to the Indy Chamber’s goals of membership growth through direct revenue sales primarily (but not limited to) small- and medium sized Hispanic businesses. This individual must be collaborative, professional, and driven. Those interested in applying should send a resume and cover letter to Ross Raifsnider at email@example.com.
This position is responsible for identifying companies that may consider making capital investments and creating jobs in the US Midwest – with the ultimate goal of locating those projects within the nine-county Indianapolis region in Indiana (i.e. Marion County, Boone County, Madison County, Johnson County, Hamilton County, Morgan County, Shelby County, Hendricks Country and Hancock Country). Areas of primary focus include marketing the nine-county Indianapolis region to prospective companies and their advisors; recruitment of businesses; formation, management, and execution of business development strategies and workplans; and extensive relationship building.
The position is responsible for working with private sector leaders and their representatives. The individual must maintain close relationships with the Indy Partnership staff and local economic development and other partners throughout the region in order to maintain a deep understanding of what types of companies each community is trying to attract. The position reports to Indy Partnership’s Vice President of Regional Economic Development.
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