One of the primary goals of the Stay Here*Grow Here program is to increase and enhance communication through strengthened relationships. This communication is both business to business as well as the City of Noblesville to the existing business community.

"All change, even very large and powerful change, begins when a few people start talking with one another about something they care about." - Margaret J. Wheatley

"Made In Noblesville" - Executive Engagement

The leadership team of the City of Noblesville, in conjunction with a consultant (First Resource), has created a series of invitation-only Executive Engagement sessions that bring local owners and senior executives from the Noblesville manufacturing sector together to discuss their challenges, concerns, and opportunities. These engagements have provided a system of network development strategies. Currently, approximately 24 of Noblesville's manufacturers participate in Made In Noblesville.  First Resource and the City of Noblesville have conducted six engagement events to date. Two Made In Noblesville engagement sessions took place in 2014, and were held quarterly in 2015. During 2016 the sessions will occur bi-monthly.

Business Spotlight Series

To showcase and celebrate the stories of Noblesville businesses, Economic Development is profiling companies winning awards, creating/growing a workforce, and being overall great corporate citizens here in our city.  Each business answers a set list of questions and we create a profile to feature in the atNoblesville Magazine (see below) which is distributed to all Noblesville homes during the first week of each month.  There is both a print only and a video and print Business Spotlight option in the series. To view the Business Spotlight Series, click here.


Media Partnerships


The atNoblesville Magazine features a City 2-page magazine spread in their publication delivered to every home in Noblesville.  This partnership gives Economic Development the opportuntiy to feature the monthly Business Spotlight and also includes a section on the Heart of Culture in Noblesville with upcoming events happening through the Parks Department, Nickel Plate Arts, and Noblesville Main Street.


 The Current In Noblesville participates in the #NoblesvilleWORKS soft skill program by highlighting the monthly theme in a feature article.  The Current also runs a student editorial on that month's theme, written by one of the students within the Noblesville School District.


The Noblesville Economic Development Department has pulled articles and informational flyers/brochures into one online ISSUU Account.  To review information related to Economic Development, #NoblesvilleWORKS, Realtors, Planning, Parks & Recreation, and the atNoblesville City 2-page spreads, check out our ISSUU Account: