The quarterly meeting of the Manufacturers' Roundtable in Madison County, Indiana, took place at the new Purdue Polytechnic Anderson facility last week.
The building, which opened at the beginning of January, incorporates Purdue University classes with a maker space for innovation and startup companies.
“It’s really impressive,” Chris Silva of Nestle told the Anderson Herald Bulletin. “We see a need for people with technology skills. . . . This building helps meet the needed skills in the community, the needs of businesses.”
Read the full story about the reaction of area business leaders.
See more photos of the building on the Purdue Polytechnic Flickr page.