Inside INdiana Business

KEDCO relocates to Warsaw City Hall

(photo courtesy of the city of Warsaw)

WARSAW, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – The Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. has relocated its offices to Warsaw City Hall. The organization says it will share space with OrthoWorx, a community-based initiative that works to promote the region’s position as “The Orthopedic Capital of the World.”

The move is part of an ongoing update to KEDCO’s brand identity which includes a new logo and updated website.

Since the organization’s 2019 relaunch, KEDCO says it has developed numerous programs and services to support the startup and growth of new ventures and talent recruitment and retention for the orthopedic sector.

“I am excited about the progress we are making with our new business model to convene, build, and show our community’s ideas, talent, and capital,” said KEDCO Chief Executive Officer Alan Tio. “This new location helps us to be flexible, nimble, and responsive to the needs of business clients and community partners.”

KEDCO says it is also leading initiatives focused on community development and housing development and is supporting business clients with access to economic development partners and resources.