Complexus Named an Area Company to Watch
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has named Complexus Medical one of its 2013 “Companies to Watch.”
To learn more about this honor, read the featured article below from the South Bend Tribune:
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has named nine Michiana businesses to its 2013 list of “Companies to Watch.”
The list recognizes privately held businesses that employ six to 150 employees and have between $750,000 to $100 million in annual revenue or capital.
The nine Michiana companies include ATC Trailers of Nappanee, Complexus Medical of Mishawaka, Integrative Flavors of Michigan City, Kessler Crane Inc. of Plymouth, Royal Excursion of Mishawaka, Sportula Products of Warsaw, StrataShops of Elkhart, Union Station Technology Center of South Bend and EmNet of South Bend.
“With the spark of a great idea, the ingenuity to develop solutions and the determination to achieve greatness, these companies demonstrate what it takes to stand out in the marketplace,” said Eric Doden, president of the IEDC.
The 33 businesses on the list are projected to create nearly 350 jobs in the areas of manufacturing, life sciences and technology. Their combined revenue is expected to increase by nearly $220 million compared to last year.
The companies will be honored Aug. 22 at ceremony at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.
The award program is an initiative developed by the Edward Lowe Foundation of Cassopolis.
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