Accelerating Growth

Kaelble, Steve
July 2006
Indiana Business Magazine;Jul2006, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p18
The article discusses the newly developed economic-development strategy in Indiana. The plan was known as "Accelerating Growth" with a goal of improving the state's capita income and annual wages through the collection of innovation, investment and talent. The plan has three key suggestions including the ways to be a leader in innovation and entrepreneurship nationwide, to ensure the capabilities of workers needed for future industries and to make Indiana as an investment-friendly state.


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