Midwest shale formations are rewriting the time-honored economics in the petrochemical industry.
Wally Kandel, board member, Shale Crescent USA, senior vice president and site manager, Solvay Specialty Polymers USA
The oil and gas finds in the Marcellus and Utica shale formations located underneath Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia have forever changed the outlook for petrochemical investment in the United States. Going forward, companies would do well to give this region, Shale Crescent USA, a close look before determining where in the United States to commit capital.
Businesses and academic institutions embrace new ecosystems of advancement
Ted Griffith, managing director of technology, JobsOhio
In Ohio, our workforce, businesses, academic institutions, and medical and health systems are on the cutting edge of a digital shift. Creating unique labs and innovation hubs allows them to be nimble and agile to develop solutions that meet the need for business profitability and create delightful customer experiences.
Ohio’s concentration of food companies, R&D resources and markets have been giving companies a competitive edge for generations.
Andrea Enders, manager of business development and project management, REDI Cincinnati
Companies that want to make their food products more desirable than other brands need to be looking to Ohio. Ohio’s booming food and agribusiness industry consists of an end-to-end food value chain and a multifaceted infrastructure for quick and affordable access to consumers and suppliers. As consumer trends and preferences continue to evolve, companies can collaborate, innovate and produce many of the world’s most widely available food and beverage products – all from Ohio!
JobsOhio grant helps corporations invest in new R&D centers
Andrew Deye, managing director, JobsOhio
The JobsOhio Research and Development (R&D) Center Grant program was created to facilitate the research, development and commercialization of new products and services in Ohio. If your company meets the criteria for qualification, you may be eligible. Find out if you do.
JobsOhio is a one-stop shop for companies during their search
Lee Crume, director of global business development, JobsOhio
A one-size-fits-all approach to investing in a new business location does not exist. However, there is a partner available to companies when they’re scouting locations. Ohio’s network of state, regional and local organizations work together to help companies find the best sites, solutions, connections and more as they make a strategic investment decision.
Companies from across the United States and the world choose to invest in Ohio because Ohio has the business climate, the people and the resources they need to grow. Ohio is culturally and economically vibrant, making it a great place to invest in and call home.
With a unique business model, JobsOhio operates unlike any other state economic development organization.
David Mustine, senior advisor, JobsOhio
JobsOhio has a unique business model. Unlike other state economic development organizations, JobsOhio is a nonprofit company that has a private funding stream and an independent board of directors. This structure is designed for continuity and long-term stability.
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.
Andrew Deye, senior director of strategy, sales and research, JobsOhio
Ohio’s business climate attracts companies worldwide. Japan, like many countries that have invested in Ohio, has witnessed the success of Japanese investments in the state. As a result, Japan places high value on the relationship it has with Ohio stakeholders. Keidanren, the Japan Business Federation, visited Ohio to build on an already strong relationship between the state and Japanese business leaders, citing that Ohio is their most important partnership.