Viewrail—whose products include “floating stairs,” meaning the space underneath the staircase is open—is plowing $12 million into an expansion that will double its production space.
Grinds LLC—which produces pouches of flavored coffee designed as a healthy alternative to chewing tobacco—plans to invest $6.7 million and create 56 jobs.
ActiveCampaign said Indianapolis' strong marketing tech ecosystem makes the city a natural place for the company to expand.
Kerauno, an Indianapolis-based communications workflow software company, plans to spend $5.2 million to open a new downtown headquarters.
The Brookings Institution report found that the situation is especially dire for Hoosiers without college degrees and said the state shouldn’t incentivize jobs that don’t pay middle class wages and benefits.
The state’s lead economic development agency on Tuesday said that it has already surpassed last year’s annual record for job commitments.
Elevate Ventures, Bloomington-based incubator The Mill and the Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday announced they have entered a three-year agreement to invest $2.5 million to bolster the entrepreneurial ecosystems in Bartholomew, Brown and Monroe counties.
Spur Interactiv announced plans Friday to add 33 employees in downtown Indianapolis by the end of 2022.
Solinftec said Thursday it would invest $50.6 million to establish operations in the Hoosier state. The company makes technology that helps farmers collect and analyze data to increase crop returns.
Terraboost Media—which places hand-sanitizer dispensers with poster-size advertisements in businesses—picked the northeast side for its fourth U.S. office.
The Indianapolis-based firm, which focuses on tech services that help government agencies communicate more effectively with constituents, plans to add 60 employees.
Socio is just two years old but already has hundreds of clients across six continents, including Google, Microsoft, PepsiCo and Hyundai.
MiraVista Diagnostics, which processes more than 100,000 fungal-infection tests annually, plans to double the size of its headquarters near Indianapolis International Airport.
Companies that brew tea drinks, pop-up campers and jewelry in central Indiana are among 22 manufactures that announced plans Friday to locate or expand their operations in the state.
Online music instrument and audio gear retailer Sweetwater Sound Inc. said the expansion project will include construction of a 350,000-square-foot warehouse and a 35,000-square-foot conference center.
An ongoing effort to attract nonstop flights between Indianapolis and places like Asia, Mexico and Europe is in line for a big boost.
The office of Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the plans Thursday in Milan during the governor's three-day economic development trip to Italy.
Elk Grove, Illinois-based Wynright Corp. announced plans Tuesday for the 320,000-square-foot plant on 44 acres that will make material handling systems for the logistics industry.