News & Case Studies

Is your city pricing you out? Here’s what life could be like in America’s most affordable city

"Most Affordable City in America" and "Hipster Hotspot" are just two of the accolades bestowed on Fort Wayne, but as Matador Network travel writer Matthew Meltzer learned, one really can find everything here.

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The boom continues: Another billion-dollar year for construction in Allen County

Until 2017, Allen County had never issued more than $1 billion permits in a single year. Now it’s happened again — and 2018 isn’t even over yet.

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German RV component company chooses Elkhart County for HQ

A leading European RV component supplier, Truma Corporation, will build it's North American headquarters on Harman Drive in Elkhart, Indiana. Based in Putzbrunn, Germany, Truma began operations in the US in 2013.

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I&M Customers Connect to Alexa, Google Assistant

Indiana Michigan Power has taken another step to better serve customers. Customers can now use voice commands to contact I&M and ask questions about their service and bill.

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Paper Straw Manufacturer Plans Expansion in Fort Wayne

Aardvark Straws, a Hoffmaster Group Inc. subsidiary and paper straw manufacturer, announced plans today to expand its Fort Wayne operations, establishing a new, state-of-the-art production facility and creating up to 205 new jobs by the end of 2021.

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Jay County Selects New Exec Director

JCDC Board of Directors has hired Travis Richards to lead the organization.

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AEP ED Blog: Edge Computing Meets Data Centers’ Need for Speed

It’s easy to get very fast data center service when you live in major markets. But how do you get the same kind of speed — critical to today’s emerging technologies — in smaller cities and rural communities?

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Cornerstone Alliance Partners with The Retail Coach

Cornerstone Alliance is partnering with The Retail Coach to identify and recruit prospects to occupy properties within the Fairplain Plaza area in Benton Charter Township.

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Indiana Turning Tide on Raw Milk Exports

Indiana is not commonly thought of as a dairy state, but it is 14th for milk production and 2nd in ice cream production. More than 4 million pounds of excess milk is exported from Indiana daily. Indiana's Dairy Strategy aims to keep that milk in state and used by new or expanded dairy processors.

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Grant County Program Grabs National Spotlight

The Grant for Grads talent attraction initiative started by the Grant County Economic Growth Council has grabbed national attention with stories airing on Fox Business and NBC News and an article in the Wall Street Journal.

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