37th Annual Corporate Survey: Economic Pressures Exerting Greatest Effect on Decision-Makers
1 Oct 2022
As the nation began to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2022, companies were still faced with a multitude of challenges. Supply chain bottlenecks and labor shortages persisted. And as the Federal Reserve attempted to rein in rising prices — with inflation peaking at 9.1 percent in June 2022 — the economy slowed down and worries surfaced about an impending recession.
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An incentive award of up to $9 billion in federal, state, and local benefits for Micron’s $100 billion chip fab plant near Syracuse, New York, if employment and investment projections are achieved, has set the high bar for a U.S. project incentives award. More than $1.3 billion in incentives...
Gov. Holcomb Heads to Europe to Enhance Life Sciences, Innovation-Focused Industry GrowthSep 28 2022
Governor Eric J. Holcomb will lead an economic development trip to Germany and Switzerland next week joined by Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers and other officials from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. They will be departing Indiana on Sunday, Oct. 2. This trip will further business development discussions in future-focused...
Solomon France joins GWC team as Fall InternSep 27 2022
Wabash County, IN – Grow Wabash County is pleased to welcome Solomon France to the team as its high school intern for the fall semester. Solomon is a contemporary senior at Wabash High School. He is interested in business, specifically entrepreneurship, and plans on pursuing a degree in entrepreneurship...