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Logansport-Cass County is a great location for business, with the largest employer in the county being Tyson Foods, Inc., followed largely by medical centers and school districts. There to serve Logansport-Cass County’s business needs are the Logansport/Cass County Chamber of Commerce and the Logansport-Cass County Economic Development Foundation (LEDF). Businesses seeking to find available industrial, commercial and open-land property can be assured of professional, courteous customer service.

Industries that thrive in Logansport-Cass County include manufacturing, retail, healthcare and government, but private employers, too, make up 15 percent of Cass County’s employment.

Agriculture remains the leading business in Cass county including the traditional crop and animal production as well as ethanol production at the Anderson’s Ethanol Plant and livestock feed production at Kent Feeds.

The Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) is another service for local businesspeople to turn to. Comprised of 10 regional offices, the ISBDC works to have a positive impact on the sustainability of small businesses to keep the spirit of entrepreneurialism prominent and local. Funding for this service comes from the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Visit http://isbdc.org to learn more about how the ISBDC can help your small business.

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New and existing businesspeople are welcome to take advantage of the local SCORE offices in Logansport and Rochester. SCORE is a no-cost, confidential, professional on-site counseling service for business professionals. To date, SCORE has helped 8.5 million small businesses, helps almost 20,000 businesses start annually and operates 350 offices nationwide. To learn more about how SCORE can help your business take off, visit www.score.org.

Becoming a Logansport-Cass County Chamber of Commerce member is the ultimate business push. The Chamber offers several networking opportunities, each with a chance to be featured in the business “Spotlight.” The Chamber hosts several annual events, such as the Annual Dinner & Meeting in February, the Administrative Assistants Day in April, the Annual Golf Outing in May and the Cass County Pancake Day in September. Getting involved with the Chamber is the first step to getting involved with the business community of Logansport-Cass County as a whole. For more information on opportunities that allow you and your business to shine, visit the Chamber website at www.logan-casschamber.com.

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