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Advanced manufacturing operations today are increasing in their integration of robotics, “smart” manufacturing technologies, and automated processes. With companies like Rolls Royce, Allison Transmission, and Allegion among others leading our region in this crucial industry, we have tremendous growth opportunities.
The Indy 500 is the largest single-day sporting event in the world, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is regarded as the world’s largest sporting facility in terms of capacity.
The Indianapolis region’s life sciences sector provides residents with enormous economic opportunities. On average, workers within life sciences employers earned more than two times the regional average. Major employers include Eli Lilly & Co., Anthem, Roche Diagnostics, and Corteva.
The Indy region has carved out a strong niche in marketing technology, anchored by major employers such as Salesforce, Genesys, and Appirio. According to Techpoint research, almost half of Indiana’s information technology workforce calls the Indy region home.
Logistics companies in Indianapolis are primarily involved in transportation and distribution activities. Within the Indianapolis region, logistics activities are concentrated in two historically strong sectors: air transportation and storage and fulfillment services. Major employers include Express Scripts, Amazon, and FedEx.
Agribusiness is a significant economic driver of Indiana’s economy. As a result, the agbioscience industry represents more than three percent of Indiana’s total private-sector employment. The Indy region is a major player in this space with leaders such as Elanco, Beck’s Hybrids, and AgReliant Genetics.