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The Indianapolis region is a major economic hub, with a strong emphasis on manufacturing, healthcare, and technology. The region is renowned for its sports industry, hosting major events like the Indianapolis 500. The city is also home to professional sports teams, including the Indianapolis Colts (NFL) the Indiana Pacers (NBA) and the Indiana Fever (WNBA), fostering a passionate sports community. Additionally, Indianapolis has a robust healthcare sector and is home to several major pharmaceutical and life sciences companies. There is a high value on education, with numerous schools, colleges, and universities providing quality education. The focus on education has led to a skilled workforce, contributing to the region's economic success.

Life in Indy is all about finding your community. Whether you’re looking for an urban apartment, a forever home in the suburbs, or a quiet spot in a rural town, the Indianapolis region has a neighborhood that’s right for you.
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4.9%

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3.15%

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US Highways

Within the United States, truck delivery is often more economical than ships or trains. Ranking number one in
pass-through interstates, Indiana is within a one-day drive of 60% of the U.S. population and a half-day’s
drive of more than 20 major metropolitan markets.

Interstate Highways

Four interstate highways intersect in central Indiana, making the Indianapolis Region one of the leading metro areas for direct interstate access to other markets.

Airports

In 2022 Indianapolis International Airport (IND) served nearly 8.7 million passengers and handled over 1.25 million tons of cargo. IND has been ranked #1 among mid-sized airports in passenger experience six times by J.D. Power & Associates and the best airport in North America in 2010 and 2012 through 2022 by Airports Council International. From 2014 to 2019 Conde Naste Traveler readers rated it the Best Airport in America. Travel + Leisure magazine named IND the top domestic airport for 2020. IND is an important contributor to Central Indiana's economy, employing over 10,000 people with an economic impact of $5.4 billion.

On average, there are 122 daily* non-stop flights to 45 destinations from Indianapolis.

The world’s second largest FedEx facility is located at Indianapolis International Airport. The 8th largest cargo airport in North America, Indianapolis International can accommodate all cargo aircraft.

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Marlon Webb

Senior Director, Regional Economic Development

When considering the nine-county, Indy region, there’s no greater resource than Indy Partnership, the regional economic development organization housed within the Indy Chamber. Indy Partnership is a one-stop shop to access information, browse current data, and connect with a team that can help you explore the region. Our team focuses on business and talent attraction and marketing the region.

Address:

111 Monument Circle, Suite 1950
Indianapolis, 
Indiana
46204

Phone:

219-629-9322

Email:

mwebb@indychamber.com
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