BREAKING: ExactTarget poised to add 100 jobs

March 7, 2007

Economic development officials are expected to announce tomorrow morning a $2.15-million package of incentives for fast-growing e-mail marketing software-maker ExactTarget, which plans to add about 100 jobs.


Formed in 2000, ExactTarget ranked 56th on Inc. magazine’s 2006 list of the 500 fastest-growing U.S. firms. Sources say the company, which already employs 160, will expand its headquarters in the Guaranty Building downtown.


The Indiana Economic Development Corp. will provide the company up to $1.5 million in tax credits and another $96,000 in training grants. Through the Indy Partnership, the city of Indianapolis is offering ExactTarget an eight-year tax abatement worth $552,000.



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