Eight KSM Location Advisors Clients Recognized by Gov. Pence Today
Dec 17, 2015 |
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Today Gov. Mike Pence joined executives from 17 companies to announce expansion plans that are expected to create a combined 648 new jobs in Indiana. These new jobs are anticipated to pay an average annual salary higher than $82,900, which is 85 percent higher than the state’s average wage.
KSM Location Advisors would like to congratulate the following eight clients for making this roster, and thank them for investing in the state of Indiana.
Balance Digital Marketing is doubling its office space at 1 North Meridian Street in downtown Indianapolis, with plans to expand into an additional 1,600 square feet over the next three years. With the addition of a higher education and non-profit practice this year, the company has experienced 33 percent revenue growth and 50 percent employee growth in 2015. As part of its growth, Balance Digital Marketing plans to create up to 36 new high-wage jobs by 2024.
Creative Solutions Consulting (CSCI), a woman-owned IT and financial consulting firm, will invest $307,400 to expand its Indianapolis headquarters. The expansion will allow CSCI to provide workforce training in project management, software tools and industry certifications to serve its clients. The company currently employs 49 full-time Hoosiers and plans to create up to 57 new high-wage jobs by 2020.
Emmis Communications, a diversified media company headquartered in Indianapolis, will invest $6.2 million to support the expansion of two subsidiary companies: NextRadio and Digonex. Together, NextRadio and Digonex occupy nearly one 18,500-square-foot floor at Emmis’ seven-floor worldwide headquarters on Monument Circle. NextRadio and Digonex currently employee 11 full-time associates each with Emmis planning to create up to 55 new high-wage jobs across the two subsidiaries by 2024.
LifeShare Technologies, a provider specialized in communication solutions for seniors and senior living communities, will invest more than $330,000 in the next several years to expand its operations in Shelbyville. The company, which currently employs 10 full-time associates, plans to create up to 24 new high-wage jobs by 2021 in client services, sales and technology roles.
One View, an Indiana-founded tech firm with 20 years of experience serving the automotive dealer and computer software industries, is expanding its suite of document financial management services, helping its clients better protect, control and search their data. With its growth, One View is looking to expand its team of 16 Hoosiers and plans to create up to 34 new high-wage jobs by 2020.
Performance Assessment Network (PAN), a human resources consulting company, is investing $2.27 million to lease and equip its offices in Carmel. Founded in 2000, the company provides an online assessment tool that clients, including law enforcement agencies, Fortune 100 companies and the federal government, use for screening security-related, sales, technical, administrative, management and other key positions. PAN plans to create up to 20 new high-wage jobs by 2019.
Pondurance, an information security consulting company, is investing $596,000 to lease and equip a new office in central Indiana. With requirements for many regulated industries to store records electronically, Pondurance helps its clients keep information secure. As part of its growth, the company plans to expand its team of 17 Hoosiers by creating up to 65 additional new high-wage jobs by 2023.
STLogics, a technology holding company serving clients across the nation, will invest $390,000 to expand its headquarters in Indianapolis. Founded in 2004, the certified minority- and woman-owned business plans to create up to 102 new high-wage Hoosier jobs by 2024 across its network of subsidiaries: RadCube, SkillDemand, NLogix, STBigData and STProfessionals.