Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Fishers continues to attract technology companies and recently announced four companies will either move to or expand within the city, resulting in 223 high-wage jobs.
Companies announcing growth plans include Genezen Labs, a viral vector production contractor for gene and cell therapy; Highbridge, a Salesforce partner focused on helping clients maximize investment on technology; U.Group, a digital transformation company; and Knowledge Services, a government and commercial workforce management software company.
Genezen Labs is located within Launch Fishers and has plans to open a lab and manufacturing facility with office space in Crosspoint Business Park. Genezen has committed to adding 36 employees by 2024 and investing $7.8 million in capital improvements. Highbridge will establish its headquarters at Launch Fishers and add 57 employees by 2024. U.Group plans to establish an office in Fishers and will add 130 employees. Knowledge Services announced plans to purchase the former Marsh building at 9800 Crosspoint Blvd.
“Our administration will ensure we are doing what is necessary to protect our community during this pandemic, but we must also turn an eye to economic recovery and resiliency,” Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness stated. “Our intent is to lead boldly and with clarity during our economic recovery. Today is a start in that direction.”
For more about growing business in Fishers, visit fishersecondev.com.