Cost of Doing Business

The cost of doing business in Evansville, Indiana is quite competitive and we'd enjoy the opportunity to prove it!

"Fisher dynamics being in automotive components supplier thought Evansville was a perfect location for us to open up the gateway to a number of our customers in the Central United States. In addition, the community offers higher education and technology that will help us as we establish operations in Evansville."

John Hrit
VP Global Operations, Fisher Dynamics


Indiana - Taking Business to the Next Level

At a time when other states are raising taxes to keep up with mounting state debt, Indiana’s long history of smart fiscal choices, balanced state budgets and cash reserves in a rainy-day fund puts the Hoosier State in a position to lower taxes. Indiana’s corporate income tax rate is steadily decreasing each year, from the current 5.75% to 4.9% by 2021.

Sized for Success in a State that Works

As Indiana's 3rd largest city, Evansville is the hub for a tri-state region representing parts of southwest Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois with a population of 868,000+ within a one-hour drive.

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Wages Report

Mean Annual Salary – Evansville, IN

Business and Financial Operations Occupations $60,310
Computer and Mathematical Occupations $69,250
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers $67,080
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations $73,790
Family and General Practitioners $177,230
Registered Nurses $60,920
Management Occupations $92,150
Production Occupations $38,010
First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers $64,120
Machinists $43,900
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $40,840
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations $34,880
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers $43,710
Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers $33,470

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018 – Mean Annual Salary – Evansville, IN –  (View Full Report)

Explore Incentives

In addition to Indiana’s economic strength and unstoppable momentum, our local and state governments offer competitive incentives for companies creating new jobs and investment.

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Save on Transportation Costs in Greater Evansville

Evansville, Indiana’s 3rd largest city, is located 60-miles south of the median center of the U.S. population, resulting in lower transportation costs and easy access to almost every U.S. market.

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