Noblesville Economic Development collaborates with many local and regional organizations to build a stronger and more dynamic network of knowledge, relationships, support and education. Collaboration with our partners is prevalent within the Stay Here * Grow Here initiative and is included in nearly all of the programs. Under each of the programs within Stay Here * Grow Here the partnerships will be identified with the logos below next to the word "Collaboration." It's important for us communicate with our existing businesses and share the resources behind our efforts.
City Of Noblesville
The Economic Development Department, City Departments, Mayor’s Office, and the Common Council Economic Development Committee provide a team approach toward creating, retaining and reinvesting wealth into the community. We conduct monthly meetings, attend business visits and consult on decisions on a daily basis.
TThe Economic Development Department connects Noblesville High School with business partners to support a successful Career Exploration Internship program. This means connecting school mentors with business partnerships and opportunities, participating in their career fair, and working to enhance the students soft-skills development with the Noblesville Works program and resources.
Ivy Tech continues to expand its enrollment at this Hamilton County campus. As an active member of our Workforce Development Council, Noblesville’s Economic Development staff actively engages with Ivy Tech to support existing businesses with in-house workforce training and attraction.
Noblesville Main Street
Noblesville Main Street (NMS) leads, organizes, and collaborates to develop and promote the economic and cultural vitality of downtown Noblesville. The City of Noblesville supports NMS and its efforts to attract and promote many of Noblesville’s most attended events and experiences.
The Mayor and the Economic Development Department partner with the Noblesville Chamber through new business ribbon cuttings, grand openings, and key attraction efforts. Collaboration promotes communication and understanding of how to best serve and support business owners in our city
The Hamilton County Economic Development Corporation acts as the county’s regional economic development organization. They work throughout the region to attract new employers, conduct economic research and market Hamilton County. The HC-EDC is both a resource and a colleague for business attraction.
Creating a better world requires teamwork, partnerships, and collaboration, as we need an entire army of companies to work together to build a better world within the next few decades. This means corporations must embrace the benefits of cooperating with one another. - Simon Mainwaring