Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation

GREAT LOCATION. GREAT INFRUSTRUCTURE.

Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation is the non-profit full-service economic development organization serving Kosciusko County. It is supported by the County of Kosciusko, City of Warsaw, towns of the County and private sector members. Led by an experienced staff, the organization is covered by a board of directors that emphasizes a collaborative community approach to economic development.

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POPULATION GROWTH

Kosciusko county has a high quality of living, high population diversity, five school districts, and plenty of health resources when the time comes that they are needed. The cost of living is under the national average and Kosciusko county has plenty of attractions to spend time at including two of the finest golf clubs in the midwest. There are over 77,000 residents in the county and they are fairly well split evenly in age group and by gender.

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Kosciusko County Economic Development

TRAINING INSTITUTION

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Kosciusko County Economic Development

WORKFORCE POWER

Kosciusko County has one of the highest percentage of workforce in manufacturing jobs in America. On February 1, 2012 Indiana became the 23rd state in the nation and the first state in the industrial Midwest to pass right-to-work legislation. Employment is on a steady growth trend in Kosciusko County with successful local businesses expanding and new businesses arriving.

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Kosciusko County Economic Development

QUALITY OF LIFE

Quality living is a fact in Kosciusko County not only for growing businesses but for families too. The cost of living in Kosciusko County is under the national average which makes it an affordable to live, work and play in Kosciusko County. Besides the lakes, there are plenty of other recreational opportunities. The county is home to ten golf courses some private, most public with many different skill levels.

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Kosciusko County Economic Development