October 13, 2017
In a recent BuzzFeed article, Fort Wayne was named one of the “10 Underrated Cities That…Read More
As a region, we represent the best of what it truly means to be American. Our drive to succeed has been matched only by our unwavering resolve and strength. Hard work, innovative craftsmanship and a “don’t quit” mentality are a foundation for all that we do.
Uniting the region with a common mission and vision for Northeast Indiana ensures that as we develop strategies to build a globally competitive region and to support our mission to increase business investment.View Page
Young professionals are risk-takers, innovators, doers and creators. Our mission is to develop a community of future leaders and create opportunities for action, growth, and regional pride.View Page
The Big Goal aims to increase the percentage of Northeast Indiana residents with high-quality degrees or credentials to 60 percent by 2025 to become a global competitor and transform our economy.View Page
By utilizing our most recent data, you can learn the facts and find out exactly why Northeast Indiana is a good fit for your business and a welcoming place to live. Want more data? You'll find it in the Regional Profile.
Fort Wayne is consistently ranked as one of the most affordable cities to live in the country.
More than 700,000 people call Northeast Indiana home. Already live here? Smart choice. Or maybe the idea of living here has just started percolating? Well, we’re pretty sure you’ll be in full brew mode by the time you finish hearing our story. There’s something for everyone and everything for someone.
Northeast Indiana has a knack for taking intelligent risks and coming out on top. We know how to pivot challenges into brilliant opportunities for invention and progress. We’ve proven the grit to overcome, the creativity to adapt and advance, and the fortitude to do it over and over again.
October 4, 2017
Northeast Indiana's relationships with the Japan have long been a part of our strength in…Read More
Consultant's report on the community's support system for startups exposes weaknessesRead More
Indiana Department of Agriculture accepting applications from nonprofit groups for grants…Read More
Officials to get land-use studies, infrastructure studies, archaeology studies and other…Read More