Business briefs: Small housing development planned


Enclave at Deer Crossing is planned to have 22 single-family lots east of CR 700W (Carroll Road) in McCordsville.

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McCORDSVILLE — Indianapolis-based Premier Land Company is planning a subdivision with 22 single-family lots just south and west of the Deer Crossing neighborhood in McCordsville.

The site is about 10 acres off CR 700W’s east side between CR 800N and CR 900N. Called Enclave at Deer Crossing, the neighborhood is planned to have 18 lots with minimum areas of 8,890 square feet and four larger estate lots on the west end with minimum areas of 23,000 square feet.

McCordsville Town Council earlier this month approved rezoning the site to a planned unit development, which establishes specific development standards for the subdivision.

Cybersecurity conference coming up

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Chamber’s Cybersecurity Conference on Aug. 10 at the Indiana Chamber Conference Center in downtown Indianapolis is designed to help organizations understand how to reduce cyber threats and implement the latest software technology to safeguard their operations.

Topics on the day-long agenda include the implications of cyberattacks and the concept of cyberwarfare, recent federal guidance and executive orders, managing and mitigating data breaches, C-suite responsibilities, privacy compliance, CIS controls and ransomware preparedness and disclosure.

Admission is $449 for Indiana Chamber members and $549 for non-members.

Registration and event information is available at or you can register by phone at (800) 824-6885.

State chamber takes on talent network

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce, through its Institute for Workforce Excellence, is the new home for the Indiana Talent Network, which connects statewide stakeholders and regional collaborations in support of equitable talent policies and strategies.

The Indiana Talent Network has been coordinated by the Community Education Coalition, in partnership with its CivicLab, since its inception in 2017.

Historically, the Indiana Talent Network’s mission has centered on enhancing best practices, providing interactive opportunities, fostering learning and creating a shared understanding of Indiana’s workforce development systems.

The Indiana Talent Network currently consists of representatives from nearly every region of the state and includes ongoing professional development and awareness experiences, as well as quarterly meetings that bring together regional education/workforce leaders to discuss and share information.

The Indiana Talent Network is part of a growing umbrella of workforce services offered by the Indiana Chamber via the Institute for Workforce Excellence. Work and Learn Indiana is the group’s free work-based learning marketplace that matches employers with those looking to gain experience in that field. Also this summer, the Talent Resource Navigator tool will launch to serve employers, individuals and providers with the convenience of one-stop shopping for workforce-related needs.