Indiana Business

  Beech Grove Business – Beech Grove businesses have gained enormously from recent progress resulting from the multi-million dollar, integrated “Bigger, Brighter Beech Grove” project.
  Brownsburg Business – Driven by the Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce, this small satellite town has seen an explosion in economic and population growth over the past few years, and it will continue to use its proximity to the Circle City and Highway 136 to its advantage.
  Carmel Business – Carmel, Indiana is one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States, and Carmel business is exploding right along with the population. Recent infusions of multi-million dollar renovation, procurement and redevelopment projects have attracted a great deal of new business and industry to the upscale Indianapolis suburb.
  Danville Business – Danville business is exploding, thanks to an upsurge of activity from the enormous Indianapolis business sector. The town’s proximity to the Indianapolis International Airport and all the tourist drawing Indianapolis attractions have led to a boom in Danville’s economy.
  Fishers Business – Everything’s popping in the quaint-but-modern community of Fishers, where business has the best of both worlds. On top of all the recent activity, Fishers businesses have all the advantages in location, shipping and services that a large metropolis can offer, just minutes away in the Circle City.
  Greenfield Business – Though not on the same economic footing as neighboring metropolis Indianapolis, Greenfield has many corporate headquarters stationed within its boundaries.
  Greenwood Business – Greenwood business is regulated and promoted mainly through the Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce. This Greenwood organization provides Greenwood business owners with the opportunity to network and provides additional education and promotional opportunities.
  Indianapolis Business – Since it’s the capital of Indiana, it’s only fitting that Indianapolis would be the capital of business for the state as well. Indy is booming with business powerhouses, small, privately owned companies, and family businesses, from downtown Indianapolisto the farthest Indianapolis suburb.

  Lawrence Business – Being in the center of Indiana means that Lawrence is virtually the business center of the entire region; the town is only a few hours away from the major business centers of Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, and Columbus
  Martinsville Business – One of top Martinsville businesses, successful from the city’s inception to the present day, is its fisheries; the Martinsville goldfish industry is the largest center for goldfish breeding ever developed in the U.S.
  Noblesville Business – Hamilton County, of which Noblesville, Indiana  is the County Seat, holds rank number 16 in the nation’s 2006 ranking of most affluent communities, and is the 18th fastest-growing to boot.
  Plainfield Business – Plainfield, Indiana, a tiny dot on the map compared to the thriving sprawl of Indianapolis, is nevertheless a major hub of commerce. Plainfield business  relies on the 25,000,000 acres of industrial zoning at the town’s heart.
  Shelbyville Business – Shelbyville business is comprised of a patchwork of different ventures, all of them cooperating and coming together to create a tight knit, family oriented community.
  Speedway Business – The organization that went into planning Speedway before incorporation has paid off over the years, and continues to permeate the decision-making process of the powers that be. Businesses in Speedway run the gamut of services and sales necessary to keep a smallish Midwestern city ticking along smoothly.
  Westfield Business – From the excellent Westfield schools, which produce a workforce unsurpassed in quality, to Westfield’s general pro-business atmosphere, the city provides the fuel that keeps Westfield business strong and prosperous.
  Zionsville Business – It is mainly to the credit of the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce, as well as the salt-of-the-earth inhabitants of this charming small town, that Zionsville business retains the perpetual “vintage village” atmosphere which is one of the main Zionsville attractions.

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being in the center of Indiana means that Lawrence is virtually the center of the entire region; the town is only a few hours away from the major business centers of Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, and Columbus