Louisville's technology sector will become larger when two companies from New Albany, Ind., across the river to a historic building downtown. Gov. Steve Beshear on Tuesday welcomed Indatus and sister company Mocurao to an East Main Street building that was the original home of Four Roses bourbon.
The building will get a $10 million renovation, thanks to financing secured with the help of local and state governments.
The companies will employ about 70 people and plan to add 100 more jobs within the next few years, Indatus CEO David Durik said.
Beshear, at a ceremony Tuesday, said, “We welcome Indatus and Mocura as new corporate citizens in Kentucky, and we realize just how significant headquarters are for our economy, bringing not only top-level jobs, but proven leaders and innovators to our communities.”