Latest Blog Posts about City of Noblesville
By Tim Monger on May 26, 2017
BorgWarner plans to open a 100,000-square-foot technical center in Noblesville next year, consolidating engineering and testing operations now located in separate central Indiana facilities.
Topics: "Advanced Manufacturing", "Business Investment", "City of Noblesville"
By Andrea Davis on September 07, 2016
Financial incentives were an important factor in BlueSky Technology Partners’ decision to build its $6 million headquarters in downtown Noblesville. But owners Todd Irwin and Eric Warne were just as impressed by the city’s plans to redevelop the area west of the White River.
Topics: "Case Studies", "City of Noblesville", "Economic Development", "Hamilton County", "Quality of Life"
By Tim Monger on August 24, 2016

A $188 million-plus road project designed to ease congestion on State Road 37 in Hamilton County could do more than get traffic flowing, according to an analysis from Boston-based Economic Development Research Group, Inc. The transportation improvements also are expected to bring “substantial economic benefits” to the region.

Topics: "City of Fishers", "City of Noblesville", "Economic Development", "Hamilton County", "State Road 37"
By Andrea Davis on June 15, 2016
Portions of Carmel and Fishers are among seven neighborhoods in the Indianapolis metro area that researchers have identified as regionally significant “walkable urban places,” or WalkUPs.
Topics: CEDS, "City of Carmel", "City of Fishers", "City of Noblesville", "Economic Development", "Quality of Life", Walkability
By Tim Monger on February 03, 2016

So who’s ready for an invest! Hamilton County 2015-Year End Report? Let’s start with the overall numbers of announced projects, jobs and investment. It turns out that 2014 and 2015 numbers look very similar except the job numbers.

Topics: "City of Carmel", "City of Fishers", "City of Noblesville", Headquarters, IKEA
By Sarah Buckner on September 10, 2015
Today we have a guest post from Judi Johnson, Economic Development Director for the City of Noblesville. Noblesville recently launched a soft skills campaign, and Judi is sharing all the great details today. To learn more about Noblesville, visit ChooseNoblesville.com.

#NoblesvilleWORKS Soft Skills campaign is an initiative of the Noblesville Workforce Development Council, a council that includes the collaborative effort between schools (K-Ivy Tech), businesses, nonprofit organizations, and the City’s Economic Development Department, to accomplish the goal of providing strategies and collaborative approaches to improve workforce preparedness and training for individuals, in-turn enhancing the Noblesville business environment...
 
Topics: "City of Noblesville", "Economic Development", "Hamilton County", Indiana, "Soft Skills"