Regional Partnership Welcomes New Investors
Regional Organizations Join Economic Development Efforts
TransWorks provides automated operational software for the transportation industry. TransWorks partners with railroads as well as logistics and trucking companies throughout North America, including Triple Crown Services in Fort Wayne. TransWorks employs software developers and business professionals in the Northeast Indiana area. They also offer internship opportunities for up-and-coming professionals through the Greater Fort Wayne Fellows program by Greater Fort Wayne Inc. and is a proud member of the community. TransWorks decided to participate in the work of the Regional Partnership because they firmly agree with the Regional Partnership’s vision to develop Northeast Indiana.
"We believe that the Regional Partnership’s long-term goals and continued collaboration will be beneficial to the region for years to come."
Sturges Property Group
Sturges Property Group is a full-service commercial real estate firm specializing in sales, leasing and consulting for commercial real estate transactions. Additionally, Sturges is an asset manager to nearly 4 million square feet of commercial property in Northeast Indiana and is actively involved in the investment and development of commercial projects throughout the region. Real estate is a crucial component of nearly every company’s business. Sturges Property Group is on the front lines of economic development. Sturges sees the impact the Regional Partnership has in the region.
"By spreading the message that Northeast Indiana is a fantastic place to do business, we believe investing in the Regional Partnership is a natural fit, and we invested so we could participate in the work and direction of the region."
Sturges looks forward to being an active investor and providing insight and guidance as the leader in commercial real estate in the region.
Fort Wayne Urban League
The Regional Partnership is on the cutting edge of strengthening Northeast Indiana’s economy to be globally competitive. The Fort Wayne Urban League (FWUL) sees this as a unique opportunity to engage not only with the Regional Partnership but to build upon existing relationships. FWUL is looking to forge new strategic partnerships and successful collaborations with members to further develop current and future initiatives. FWUL is part of a national network that aligns eligible and quality workers with regional workforce needs.
For more information about investment in the Regional Partnership, visit the website or contact Director of Stakeholder Development Nick Darrah.