Economic Development Newsletter
The facility will provide additional online fulfillment capabilities for the company as it continues to meet increasing online demand from customers. At 2.2 million square feet, this facility will be Walmart’s largest e-commerce fulfillment center in the U.S.
The company is leasing a 150,000-square-foot facility on Southtech Drive in Greenwood, Indiana, that will house tool repair and warehousing space. It is expected to be operational by March 2021. 


In terms of national universities, the University of Notre Dame finished the highest among institutions in the state, coming in at No. 19. Purdue University comes in at No. 53, Indiana University-Bloomington is No. 76.

In addition to Butler’s No. 1 ranking among Midwest universities, the University of Evansville comes in No. 4. The region covers 12 states that stretches from South Dakota to Kansas and from Nebraska to Ohio.
The Crane footprint in southern Indiana encompasses more than 63,000 acres and 100 square miles. Its economic imprint is just as impressive, accounting for an estimated $1.5 billion in spending annually.
The accreditation reaffirms that EVV continues going above and beyond to ensure the health, safety and overall peace of mind of the traveling public.
The Indiana Manufacturers Association's August COVID-19 Indiana Manufacturing Survey shows that most manufacturers believe the future looks good for their businesses. According to the survey, 52% of respondents say they're optimistic or very optimistic about operations.

At the Ohio Defense & Aerospace Forum, which kicked off in a virtual format, a bevy of legislators, military officials, economic development professionals and others spoke about the importance of retaining and growing the defense sector.
Site Selection ranks cities and states each year based on the number of economic development projects in their region. Projects factored into the rankings include those with any combination of state, regional and local incentives, as well as those that do not receive any type of assistance. This year’s results indicate a strong state and regional business climate.
The Dayton Business Journal recently caught up with Turner to discuss Dayton's chances to land the HQ, his involvement in the selection process and what the next steps will be ahead of the initial selection of top candidates in November.

Vectren Indiana (North)
Brian Gildea
Manager, Economic Development

Vectren Indiana (South)
James Bundren
Manager, Economic Development

Vectren Ohio
Brian Volpatti
Manager, Economic Development