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NextGear Capital Unveils Expansion

nextgearNextGear Capital Inc. held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to introduce the latest addition to its corporate campus. The expansion adds a second building to its Carmel operations to accommodate ongoing growth.

With more than 100 people in attendance, including state and local dignitaries and industry leaders, Brian Geitner, president of NextGear Capital, dedicated the new facility, bringing the company's total square footage of office space to more than 80,000. He also announced plans to add an additional 225 jobs over the next 18 to 24 months.

NextGear Capital currently employs 200 at their Carmel headquarters and more than 400 nationwide.

As keynote speaker, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence shared his excitement about the company's growth and what it means to the state of Indiana.

Manheim President Sandy Schwartz and Carmel Mayor James Brainard also spoke on what the expansion brings to the industry and the City of Carmel, respectively.