When you choose Indiana as a location for your company, you simultaneously choose a state that ranks fifth overall for cost of doing business, with major tax incentives and the potential for unparalleled growth. Indiana also ranks second for state infrastructure and second for long-term fiscal stability. Illinois, has its own reasons to boast. The state ranks second for business creation and number of business headquarters, plus it’s fifth in exports and is the only state in the U.S. with all seven Class 1 railroads.
Both Indiana and Illinois boast a strong transportation network, efficient supply chain management, robust state incentives and unparalleled economic development assistance from the Hoosier Energy Economic Development team.