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Indiana is the ideal place to locate business headquarters, as evidenced by the fact that two companies are doing just that. Taranis will be putting their headquarters in Westfield, while Elanco Animal Health will be putting theirs in Indianapolis. In addition, Premium Rock will be expanding their current location in Elkhart. Altogether, these companies will invest a grand total of $319.6 million. They will also create 709 jobs all across the state. So this will be great for Indiana’s economy.
Read on to learn more about each investment!
“Taranis’ new headquarters is a welcome addition to the Hoosier state as we continue to grow our thriving tech presence. […] This investment will further strengthen our position as a top agricultural producing state and help attract a large, diverse talent pool for the future. I couldn’t be more grateful that Taranis has chosen Indiana to call home.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“Premium Rock’s expansion plans demonstrate the resilience of Hoosier manufacturers[. W]e look forward to watching the company continue to grow, supporting the Elkhart County community and adding quality career opportunities for Hoosiers.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“With a shared vision for the future of the agbioscience industry in Indiana, we are pleased Elanco can serve as a catalyst through our global headquarters and base of future operations in Indianapolis. […]
“We look forward to continuing our nearly 70-year history here and serving our new community. Indiana has created a strong environment for business, and we have deep appreciation for local leaders that have worked to position the Hoosier state for the future.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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