In August, the State of Indiana announced four municipalities in Southern Indiana, the cities of Charlestown, Jeffersonville and Madison, and the town of Clarksville, had received federal grant funding through the COVID-19 Response Program. “This is great news for the Southern Indiana region,” said Bill Reedy, chairman of the One Southern ...
August 31, 2020katia
One Southern Indiana (1si) received statewide recognition as the 2020 Indiana Chamber of the Year today at the annual meeting of the Indiana Chamber Executives Association (ICEA) “One Southern Indiana continues to perform at an exceptional level, even in the midst of 2020 national challenges,” said ICEA President Shelli Williams. “The ...
July 30, 2020katia
Local Government, Foundations, Private Donors and One Southern Indiana Join Together to Disburse 123 Loans It has been three months since Governor Holcomb announced an executive “Stay at Home” order for the citizens of Indiana. Since that time, small businesses throughout the state have struggled to stay afloat during the COVID-19 ...
June 30, 2020katia
The Duke Energy Foundation is funding $200,000 in grants to Indiana economic development organizations offering crisis relief to small Indiana businesses. The businesses range from a city of Madison program offering its downtown businesses rent support to a Brownstown tool supplier that committed to retaining and paying its employees during ...
May 28, 2020katia
JEFFERSONVILLE — Business at River Ridge Commerce Center continues amid the coronavirus pandemic, the River Ridge Development Authority board of directors approved a land sale for a new development. The board of directors unanimously approved a resolution authorizing Jerry Acy, executive director of River Ridge Development Authority, to negotiate the sale ...
Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced Indiana businesses across the state are answering the call to support the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response effort. The state’s manufacturers are leveraging their resources, supply chains, and Hoosier workers to produce personal protection equipment (PPE) for health care providers, while business and community leaders ...
Madison, IN—Mayor Bob Courtney, announced this morning, actions the City of Madison is taking to help local businesses and community members who are facing economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the support of City Council, Mayor Courtney is implementing a “Temporary Job Replacement Program” for the City of Madison residents ...
South Central Indiana Economic Development Group (SCIED) member EDCs have been hard at work over the last 60 days within their communities to offer support to local businesses impacted by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb's stay-at-home order, which has forced businesses across the region to suspend or limit operations. The Governor's ...
TDAK Development has announced plans to construct another “spec” building at Seymour’s East Side Industrial Park. At the March 23 meeting of the Seymour City Council, TDAK was granted 10-year abatement for the construction of a 60,000 square foot building, estimated to cost $2.5 million. Andy Royalty, president of TDAK, hopes to ...
March 31, 2020katia
Studio at HMIN provides southeast Indiana students with access and exposure to Industry 4.0 technologies The Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) and Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC (HMIN) debuted the latest IN-MaC Design and Innovation Studio™, allowing students from all over southeast Indiana to discover and explore next generation manufacturing. Located within HMIN facilities ...
March 30, 2020katia