The Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC) of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University provides economic data and analysis. The IBRC publishes periodicals interpreting data, as well as other commissioned reports or briefs. Useful publications are offered through the website such as InContext and the Indiana Business Review, which cover important economic and demographic topics. The website also offers special custom research for a fee.

This publication comes from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and features many articles providing analysis and insight on economic and demographic conditions in Indiana. It also includes a U.S. outlook article for the current year. 

Comprised of experienced international businesspeople, the Indiana District Export Council (IDEC) is a non-profit organization that strengthens Indiana's economic competitiveness through its services. Some of these services include counseling, identifying export financing sources, increasing export awareness, and promoting international education to local businesses. This particular IDEC website contains all background information about the council, its events, and useful resources for those interested in exporting.

The Indiana Economic Development Association (IEDA) is composed of economic developers and other professionals that are dedicated to attracting and retaining jobs to the state of Indiana. IEDA provides its members with ongoing education and meetings, networking opportunities, and policy influence. Its site mainly details the benefits of paid membership, but an additional resources section provides users with information on various business topics, a job board, and an interactive map that details what economic developers are available in certain areas.

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) works to attract and support new business investment, job creation, and economic prosperity in Indiana. The IEDC site outlines its numerous programs along with the benefits of doing business in Indiana. It also contains a library of resources covering topics such as starting or relocating a business, obtaining business licenses and permits, and labor laws in the state.

The Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) was created to help form, grow, and sustain small businesses in Indiana by providing expert guidance and a network of resources to entrepreneurs. The ISBDC provides a number of free services to its members including market research, business planning, events, and workshops to educate business owners on proper small business practices. Its website contains a wealth of information about starting, managing, and marketing a business.

The Indiana University Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) offers assistance and support to the U.S. business community as well as students interested in international business. This CIBER website provides information on the center itself, its programs and initiatives, and a resources section to help users stay informed about changing industries and emerging challenges and opportunities.

The Kentucky and Southern Indiana District Export Council (DEC) helps to increase the United States' international competitiveness by raising awareness of available export assistance resources for companies in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. It also provides services such as events, trade missions, and a guide on how to start exporting. Users may also sign up to receive the council's complimentary newsletter.

STATS Indiana provides extensive statistics not only for Indiana but also for the U.S. It is maintained by the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. The information for Indiana can be filtered by county and metropolitan area, while the user can also compare Indiana's statistics with other states and metropolitan areas around the U.S. The data in the resource is also organized by topics on its main homepage.

The document outlines how Indiana law applies to the relationships between companies, sales representatives, and distributors. It also defines Indiana’s restrictions for terms in written contracts, exclusivity and anti-trust considerations, non-compete provisions, and choice of law. Prepared by: Kightlinger & Gray, LLP. Opens in PDF.