Introduction to Boone County, Indiana

Boone County, Indiana has a population of approximately 56,000 and is considered part of the Indianapolis, Indiana metropolitan area. The county seat is Lebanon. It is the largest city in the county followed closely by the northwest Indy suburb of Zionsville. Many in the county commute south to Indianapolis for work with a few commuting Read more about Introduction to Boone County, Indiana[…]

Introduction to Allen County, Indiana

Allen County, Indiana is the third most populous county in Indiana with approximately 380,000 residents, punctuated by the city of Fort Wayne, IN, which is the second-largest city behind Indianapolis. Commerce occurs between Chicago and Detroit. Nearly 8,000 are employed by Parkview Health Systems and 5,000 at Lutheran Health Network. General Motors and Lincoln Financial Read more about Introduction to Allen County, Indiana[…]

Introduction to Marion County, Indiana

Marion County, Indiana has a population of approximately 970,000 and is home to the state capital of Indianapolis, IN. The Indy metropolitan area contains approximately 2M residents or 31% of total Indiana residents. The region is the nation’s 29th largest economic region with finance and insurance, manufacturing, professional and business services, education and health care, Read more about Introduction to Marion County, Indiana[…]

Introduction to Hamilton County, Indiana

This post is part of a series of profiles and timely updates on local business communities. Hamilton County, Indiana has a population of approximately 275,000 and is considered part of the Indianapolis, Indiana metropolitan area. While the county seat is Noblesville, many wealthy individuals associated with Indiana business reside in the county. The cities of Read more about Introduction to Hamilton County, Indiana[…]

Introduction to Tippecanoe County, Indiana

This is the first in a series of profiles and timely updates on local business communities. Tippecanoe County, Indiana, has a population of approximately 200,000 and an above-average education level within Indiana thanks mainly to the influence of Purdue University West Lafayette. Purdue employs approximately 7,000 people. Subaru of Indiana is the second-largest employer with Read more about Introduction to Tippecanoe County, Indiana[…]