Grow Your Business in Knox County Indiana
The Knox County Development Corporation (KCDC) is the first contact source for economic development in Knox County Indiana. The KCDC is always sensitive to changes in the economy. We make it our business to stay ahead of the curve to ensure our labor force is ready when change comes. Talk to us. We will work with you to provide a home for your company in Knox County, Indiana.
Please take a moment to view a slide show from our Annual Meeting
Our operating budget is largely privately funded. KCDC also receives funding through its contracts with the city of Vincennes and Knox County to provide economic development services. Our stated mission is:
"The mission of KCDC is to be the catalyst and leader for collaborations, programs, and strategies that promote a strong business climate through a proactive working partnership with government, business, entrepreneurs, education, non-profits, and the community at large."
Our Vision: Knox County is the vibrant center of business, history, culture, and economic vitality offering services, infrastructure, facilities, and possibilities to create opportunities for business, residents, and visitors to live, work and play in a thriving and historic Indiana community.
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- Site and building searches
- Facility location studies
- Assistance with feasibility studies
- Assistance with qualifying for incentives
- Introductory Office Space for qualified candidates
- Marketing assistance to aid in staffing your facility
- Training assistance for qualified candidates
- Industrial sites and buildings
- Free land available
- Economic and demographic data
- Regional workforce data
- Incentives and funding assistance
- State, local and regional information
This mission is taken very seriously. In a 135 acre industrial park owned by KCDC, five acres have been purchased by CCX. FIA Corporation (Futaba Indiana of America) has built a 500,000 square ft. advanced manufacturing facility to produce internal frame parts for Toyota's Princeton, Indiana plant on 30 acres, Farbest Foods' $70 million + facility began operations in December of 2013, MacAllister purchased 12.24 acres for the company's expansion into the park and the Vincennes Township Fire Department has a station on the property, providing complete hazmat and emergency sevices onsite should tenants have need. Click here for or details on these capabilities. Potential tenants, including Advanced Manufacturing, Logistical Support and Emerging Energy firms will benefit from the park's location and support sevices.
Knox County Development Corporation welcomes your inquires and will do everything possible to assist in your consideration of Knox County for your next expansion or location.