Latest Blog Posts about Headquarters
By Tim Monger on May 26, 2017
As a $200 million-plus redevelopment project takes shape in Carmel’s Midtown area, the city is set to spend more than $36 million on nearby transportation infrastructure.
Topics: "City of Carmel", Headquarters, Walkability
By Andrea Davis on August 17, 2016
The new Inc. 5000 list of the country’s fastest-growing companies includes 48 central Indiana businesses — nine of which are based in Hamilton County.
Topics: "City of Carmel", "City of Fishers", "Hamilton County", Headquarters, "Indy Region"
By Andrea Davis on July 12, 2016
Fast-growing tech firm CloudOne knew it needed a “real” office when a prospective client plugged its address into a search engine and discovered its headquarters was inside an Indianapolis Mailboxes, Etc. store. Now the company occupies about 11,000 square feet of custom-designed space in the Switch development in downtown Fishers—part of an ambitious effort to build what local leaders call a smart, vibrant, entrepreneurial city. We sat down CEO John McDonald last month to discuss the company’s recent move and what comes next.
Topics: "City of Fishers", CloudOne, "Economic Development", "Hamilton County", Headquarters, "Quality of Life"
By Tim Monger on May 25, 2016

A unit of Connecticut-based Stanley Black & Decker Inc., Stanley Convergent Security Solutions designs, installs, monitors and services security systems for industrial, government, commercial and residential customers...

Topics: "Case Studies", "City of Fishers", "Economic Development", Headquarters, "Stanley Security Solutions"
By Andrea Davis on May 23, 2016
Hamilton County’s economic engine was in high gear during the first quarter of 2016, as businesses announced plans to invest more than $108 million on expansion and relocation projects expected to create 1,700-plus jobs.
Topics: "Economic Development", Employment, Headquarters, "Location Intelligence"
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