The Mid Iowa Growth Partnership region is home to a diverse economy with strong industries including agribusiness, manufacturing, healthcare and education which represents tremendous potential for your next expansion and/or relocation.

Calhoun County

The top employment sectors in Calhoun County are education, healthcare, and wholesale/retail trade.  Click here for more detailed information.

Hamilton County

Hamilton County has a diverse employer base stretching across a number of industries including manufacturing, food manufacturing, agriculture and renewable fuels. Major employers include Van Diest Supply, Webster City Custom Meats, Poet and Vantec, Inc.  Click here for more detailed information.

Hardin County

Ten largest employers in Hardin County include Ellsworth Municipal Hospital, Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Falls/Alden Schools, State Training School, Hardin County Government, Scenic Living, United Suppliers, Eldora/New Providence Schools, Presbyterian Village and Iowa Ag Supply. Top ten advanced manufacturers employ 800.  Click here for more detailed information.

Humboldt County

Humboldt County has many manufacturers with a diverse range of products. Seven of the County’s ten largest manufacturers employ more than 100 people each.  Click here for more detailed information.

Kossuth County

Kossuth County major employers have a combined workforce of more than 2,000 people.  Click here for more detailed information.

Palo Alto County

Palo Alto County’s ten major employers have a combined workforce of more than 1,400 people. Click here for more detailed information.

Wright County

Advanced manufacturing has been a strong portion of Wrigth County’s employment. A large number of those jobs are built around the agri-business industry and healthcare, which incorporates the expansion of two medical centers.  Click here for more detailed information.