New Albany Business Park’s record growth in the midst of a recession has captured the attention of Columbus CEO magazine which recently featured the city and The New Albany Company in its July issue.
The article “Cornfields to Cloud Computing” touts the more than 3,000 jobs and 20 businesses that have staked claim to a piece of the one-of-a-kind, master-planned park featuring four innovation campuses that represent distinct clusters of commerce, from beauty and personal care to healthcare.
Among the characteristics driving growth in New Albany are master planning that protects a businesses’ investment for the long term and a state-of-the-art infrastructure that includes dual feed electric capabilities and a lit fiber-optic network that provides access to more than 200 service providers nationwide.
The article also focuses on another distinguishing asset in New Albany – the high level of interaction among businesses. “It’s a very collaborative, networking environment here,” says Tammy R. Troilo-Krings, CEO and Founder of TS24, an international provider of travel management services that is located at Water’s Edge, a corporate office campus within the business park.