The managing director of Indianapolis-based economic development firm Ginovus says Indiana's business climate continues its strong position. However, Larry Gigerich says surrounding states like Michigan and Ohio are becoming more aggressive by offering stronger economic development incentives. He believes Indiana has to continue to innovate to remain competitive. Gigerich made the comments on Inside INdiana Business Television. Gigerich says some of the sectors of the Indiana economy are doing very well including the distributions logistics industry, IT, life sciences and certain sectors within manufacturing.

He says economic development in the state should fare well in 2015, but there is a likelihood the economy will slow overall nationally as we get in to 2016. Source: Inside INdiana Business

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