updated: 6/19/2012 7:23:04 AM
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce will bring together business and government leaders today in Indianapolis to discuss its long-term economic development plan for the state. The chamber says Indiana Vision 2025 was put together over 14 months and focuses on work force, business climate, infrastructure and culture. In an interview on Inside INdiana Business Television, Chamber President Kevin Brinegar tells Gerry Dick the effort lays out more than 30 specific goals.
June 15, 2012
The Indiana Chamber’s new long-term economic development plan for the state, Indiana Vision 2025. This roadmap to improve prosperity was developed over 14 months by a 24-person task force of policy leaders from throughout the state. The report features more than 30 goals in four areas of focus: outstanding talent, which encompasses K-12, higher education and the workforce; an attractive business climate; a superior infrastructure; and a dynamic and innovative culture. A recent three-page article in the Indiana Chamber’s BizVoice® magazine provides a quick, yet thorough background of the Indiana Vision 2025 project.
This informal media availability takes place immediately following a regional forum in Indianapolis on the “2025” plan. The intention of the forum: to further build out key aspects of the plan, as well as generate discussion and engagement by local thought leaders on the important issues at hand. In other words, learning how we can best make this plan workable and get vital initiatives implemented in the local region/area.
WHEN / WHERE:
Tuesday, June 19
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
115 West Washington Street, Suite 850S (8th Floor, South Tower)
Source: Indiana Chamber of Commerce