About this Event
Office of Indiana Secretary of State Diego Morales
200 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, June 12, 2023
Secretary of State welcomes new Indiana business
INDIANAPOLIS (June 12, 2023) – Indiana Secretary of State Diego Morales welcomes a new business to central Indiana.
Secretary Morales attended a ribbon cutting in Zionsville for Tresss Aquatectural Designs. Tresss Aquatectural Designs is a business that creates state-of-the-art pool covers.
“Since the start of my administration, attracting new businesses to the Hoosier state has been a major focus. My office has met with several international professionals considering Indiana as the home for their business. From large corporations to small shops, there isn’t a better place for a business to open and thrive than here,” said Indiana Secretary of State, Diego Morales.
Forbes Advisor ranked Indiana as the best state to start a business in 2023. Business services are a key component for a strong economy at the state, national, and international level. These services are the backbone of entrepreneurship.
“We strive to make managing a business in Indiana as efficient and secure as possible by cutting the red tape. Government services thoughtfully designed to support businesses is what makes Indiana a great place to do business,” said Rebecca Longfellow, Director of Business Services.
The Secretary of State’s Business Services Division is responsible for registering and managing businesses throughout the state. INBiz is Indiana’s one-stop portal for Hoosier businesses. Through INBiz, business owners can register, maintain, and file required paperwork. It also ensures business owners are complying with state laws and regulations. INBiz.in.gov is a resourceful portal that walks Hoosiers through a step-by-step process and is open to anyone who wants to a run business in the state.
Secretary Morales is scheduled to attend several business openings throughout the state in the upcoming weeks.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the Secretary of State’s Business Services Division.