Elkhart County supports a range of existing businesses, and targets a diversification of industry through a variety of local programs and resources. Learn more

Target Industries

Indiana ranks high in low taxes, 1st among Midwestern states for favorable corporate taxes, 4th among states for low property tax index and 9th for low individual income tax index. Learn more

Available Assets

80% of the labor force in Elkhart County is in manufacturing and Indiana ranks 3rd in the country in Manufacturing GDP for states where Manufacturing is the number 1 industry. In fact, Indiana is one of only 6 states to receive a grade of “A” for friendliness to manufacturing and logistics. Learn more

Trained Workforce

Indiana is in the median center of U.S. population with the distribution advantage that 70% of the U.S. population is within a days drive of the state. Learn more

Excellent Access

Elkhart County promotes commercial investment opportunities for innovation-based industries such as nanotechnology, robotics, alternative energy and high-tech manufacturing. Learn more

Business Resources

The Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County is a not-for-profit economic organization serving the community with the cities, towns, chambers of commerce, investor partners, and businesses of Elkhart County, Indiana.  We are known as the “Concierge to Elkhart County Industry”. Our primary objectives are the retention and expansion of local businesses, attraction of new businesses to Elkhart County, and local entrepreneurial development.


 

Recent News

Plans to Expand & Create New Jobs

Winnebago Towables announced plans today to expand its operations here, creating up to 150 new jobs by 2019. The...

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2015 Wage & Benefit Survey – NOW OPEN through MAY 31!

1. Click here: www.WagesBenefitsSurvey.com/michiana 2. Enter survey code: JD985he4 (case sensitive) 3. Log in...

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SITE SELECTION: Consolidate, Grow & Locate

Global competition is challenging.  Securing new and diversified businesses to our community requires Elkhart Coun...

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