A Chicago-based real estate technology firm plans hire almost 50 people at a new office in Indianapolis after receiving an infusion of venture capital and potential tax breaks from the state, the company announced Tuesday.
Since Indiana Gov. Mike Pence took office in 2013, the state's economic development agency has approved $24 million in potential incentives to 10 companies that sent work to foreign countries, according to a newspaper report.
Salesforce would save about $3 million on the tax exemption, if the City-County Council designates a downtown office tower as a high-tech. The tax break would come on top of major incentives deal already promised by the state.
Trucking and logistics company Knight Transportation Inc. expects to add as many as 426 employees at its new Regional Operations Service Center in Plainfield by the end of 2021, the company announced Tuesday.
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Waste management giant Republic Services Inc. plans to spend $13.6 million on a customer resource center in Fishers that could employ as many as 469 workers by the end of 2025, the company announced Thursday afternoon.