News release from the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership:
Regional Partnership Launches New Website
(June 26, 2012) – The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership launched a new website today, June 26. The site, www.NEIndiana.com, is comprised of extensive information geared toward attracting new businesses to Northeast Indiana as well as offering information about the Partnership’s multiple initiatives within the region.
Data on the site includes:
[li]Advantages of doing business in Northeast Indiana[/li]
[li]Recent business investments and expansions[/li]
[li]Comprehensive database of available sites[/li]
[li]Demographic and workforce statistics[/li]
[li]Industry-specific data for six target industry segments: vehicles, food processing, defense, medical devices, insurance and logistics[/li]
[li]Links to Partnership initiative microsites for Vision 2020 and the Talent Initiative to illustrate work being done to continuously improve the business climate and workforce in the region[/li]
“We wanted to create a streamlined site with the most pertinent data possible geared toward our target demographic of relocating and expanding businesses. The site still provides information about the Partnership itself to our investors and partners within the region,” said Dale Buuck, Vice President of Business Development for the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.
The newsite will act as a central hub for all of the Partnership’s business development and capacity building initiatives. As a result, it will also link to the Partnership’s microsites for Vision 2020 ( ) and the Talent Initiative ( ).
The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership was formed in 2006 to help build a globally competitive economy in Northeast Indiana. It is a public-private partnership focused on generating business leads and building regional capacity through product development and effective regional collaboration. In 2010, the Partnership launched Vision 2020 to bring the region together around five key areas for economic growth: 21st Century Talent, Competitive Business Climate, Entrepreneurship, Infrastructure and Quality of Life. Through its combined efforts in business development and capacity building, the Partnership supports its 10 member counties: Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley counties.