#5 Indiana


7.24 out of 10 in Taxation and Regulation

7.50 out of 10 in Workforce Quality

7.24 out of 10 in Living Environment

Right to Work?


State Profile

Indiana’s Major Moves 2020 is a program to widen and rehabilitate heavily-traveled, four-lane interstates in Indiana that are now approaching 50 years of age. According to the Indiana Dept. of Transportation, Major Moves 2020 and other projects within the state’s $1B infrastructure program will strengthen Indiana’s economic competitiveness and quality of life by improving travel times and reliability.

Key Industries

Avaiation/Areospace, Agribuisiness, Energy, Information Technology, Film, Life Sciences, Logistics, Manufacturing, Motorsports

Key Companies

Cummins
Eli Lilly
Nestle
Raytheon
Republic Airways
Steel Dynamics
Wellpoint

Key Contacts

Indiana Economic Development Corporation

Dale Buuck
Vice President, International Business Development
Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC)
1 North Capitol. Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204
T: 317.460.8128

 

Jim Schellinger
Secretary of Commerce
Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC)
1 North Capitol. Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204
T: 317-234-3565

CEO Comments

“Indiana: predictable tax rates and state legislature. Very pro-business and Indianapolis is particularly a progressive city. Fails in healthy living statistics and perhaps too conservative on social issues.”

Current Developments

2016 Regional Report: The Midwest

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