A focus on multiple industries is good for Ohio’s economy
Andrew Deye, managing director, JobsOhio
During the creation of JobsOhio, a business-minded approach was taken to prioritize how the organization would work for the benefit of the state. By focusing on multiple industries, JobsOhio’s efforts have helped to strengthen Ohio’s economy and make it more resilient.
Guide showcases success stories of capital investments in Ohio
Andrew Deye, senior director, JobsOhio
In recent years, Ohio has climbed toward the top of national rankings for its business climate and desirable assets for companies. Conway Global and JobsOhio have partnered on an investment guide filled with case studies, success stories and facts about what is going on throughout the state and why Ohio is great for businesses.
Doing what actually works, not what is assumed to work
Lee Crume, director, global business development, JobsOhio
Ohio’s tax climate is extremely favorable to businesses, especially smaller businesses and it is better to do what will have proven positive results rather than make assumptions. The success of businesses in Ohio is evidence that Ohio’s tax system is working.
Glenn Richardson, managing director for advanced manufacturing, JobsOhio
Ohio’s large workforce, favorable business climate, proximity to suppliers and integrated transportation infrastructure help explain why Ohio is attractive to European companies. Ohio is consistently ranked one of the top investment locations, especially for advanced manufacturing operations, plastics and rubber product manufacturers.