DOING BUSINESS

Marshall County is the 2nd best performing region for economic development per capita in the state of Indiana

 Indiana Economic Development Corporation

Prime Location — Crossroads of Indiana

Located just south of the southern tip of Lake Michigan, at the crossroads where Indiana Highways 30 and 31 meet, is Marshall County Indiana.

 

Within a 200-mile radius of the City of Plymouth you’ll find nearly 40 million people and markets for every conceivable product and service. The great quality of life combined with market proximity, means companies located in Marshall County are well positioned to meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s business world.

Property Availability 

Whether you’re looking for vacant land or existing industrial properties — from ready-to-move-in condition, ready-for-rehab, or sprawling complexes, MCEDC will help find the right fit for you and your company.  

Key Assets

In addition to the great quality of life that attracts people to this region, Marshall County provides an unbeatable combination of business assets. A large available workforce, high quality schools, low cost of living, low cost to operate a business, innovative programs and incentives to foster growth and redevelopment, unrivaled transportation networks, and a warm, inviting collection of cities and towns are just a few of the many reasons your company will find Marshall County so inviting.

We'll Help You

Marshall County Economic Development Corporation has developed a streamlined new business onboarding system that cuts through the red tape you’ve experienced elsewhere. We help businesses:

  • Navigate zoning, taxation and local government regulations

  • Narrow the field of currently available business and industrial real estate

  • Provide manufacturing site selection and business relocation services 

  • Access any available funding for small to large business growth

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Travel the crossroads of Indiana,

where economic development and quality of life produce business opportunities and growth.

© 2020 Marshall County EDC

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