Energize-ECI Inc. is now the East Central Indiana Regional Partnership. Leaders of the 10-county economic development organization say the former name “created a lot of confusion.” February 5, 2015

News Release

MUNCIE, Ind. – Energize-ECI, Inc., a regional economic development organization representing 10 counties in East Central Indiana, has announced a name change to the East Central Indiana Regional Partnership effective February 2, 2015.

After 10 years as Energize-ECI, Inc., the board of directors along with newly appointed President & CEO Mindy Kenworthy are committed to leading the organization to the next level. Plans are underway to evaluate the organization's mission and structure and included in this analysis is the rebranding of the organization. A regional event scheduled for March 19 will launch the new organization logo and website.

“The board of directors including the member counties wanted an organization name that better described who we are and where we are located. The Energize name created a lot of confusion and I'm excited about the direction the organization is taking with these changes.”

About the East Central Indiana Regional Partnership

Founded in 2005, the mission of the East Central Indiana Regional Partnership is to market the region for new business investment by generating business leads and building cooperation and collaboration within the region. Member counties include Blackford, Delaware, Fayette, Grant, Henry, Jay, Madison, Randolph, Rush and Wayne counties.

Source: The East Central Indiana Regional Partnership

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