INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is on a mission to Europe.
The trip is an economic endeavor, and the Governor’s third to Germany and Switzerland. The trip is aimed to will benefit Hoosiers with job possibilities and more European companies having a stake in Indiana’s economy.
The Governor’s office says 117,600 jobs in Indiana are supported by 535 European companies, and these trips help strengthen existing relationships and establish new ones.
The governor is being joined by Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers and others from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
The trip is paid for by private donations to the Indiana EDC.
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