Regional Economic Development Organizations

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Economic Development Corporations:                                        Spurring Growth In The Northern Indiana Economy

Connect with local Economic Development Corporations and Chambers of Commerce to help your business excel in today's economy. Take a more prominent place in your community, help to create a pro-business climate, and be a part of powerful local partnerships that present excellent opportunities for networking and business support throughout the region.

Economic development corporations work to attract new businesses, support existing enterprises, and assure the economic health of the region. They are non-profit organizations dedicated to the economic growth of their countries as well as the Northern Indiana region as a whole. Members often include representatives from business, government, labor, education, workforce development and the community.

If you are considering starting or relocating your business, these corporations can be valuable sources of information, assistance, and advocacy. Existing businesses will find their local economic development corporation helpful in everything from workforce development to expanding markets. For more details, visit your local economic development corporation:

South Bend Region Economic Development 

Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County 

The Marshall County EDC (MCEDC) 

Fulton Economic Development Corporation 

Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO)

 

Indiana Economic Development Corporation

In addition, the state’s leading economic development agency the Indiana Economic Development Corporation works to respond quickly to the needs of businesses. Among its services, IEDC oversees grant and loan programs, tax incentives, and many other business and community assistance programs.