The company plans to renovate a facility in Lawrence, an Indianapolis suburb, and is hiring for project manager, IT and developer positions. All deal with helping client organizations convert from legacy databases. In the longer term, the expansion will include Bloomerang’s development, customer support, sales, marketing and operations teams.
The NonProfit Times lists Bloomerang among the vendors in its “top donor management products” report. Over the past five months, the company has tripled its client base.
Based on its job creation plans, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation has offered Bloomerang up to $700,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $30,000 in training grants.
Meanwhile, in the Indianapolis suburb of Fishers, a pair of agreements with the local redevelopment commission have boosted job plans at other startups. The Fishers Redevelopment Commission agreed to a new rent deal for digital marketing firm BlastMedia in exchange for creating 25 jobs over the next five years.
Also, tech startup BlueBridge Digital is moving its 13 employees out of the town-backed Launch Fishers co-working space into new digs at reduced rent in exchange for the mobile app developer’s pledge to more than double its staff.