Indiana's Quiet Heroes

January 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Jan2008, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p48
The article focuses on the accelerating growth in Indiana's small to medium-sized companies. According to the author, the growing businesses are contributing to local communities and statewide projects, increased employment and support local charities. Moreover, 60 percent of the $325 billion in sales produced by public and private companies in the state were made by domiciled firms.


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