Insurtech disruptor plans to grow its workforce by more than 500 percent over the next three years
Root Insurance is a fast-growing insurtech company that provides customers a personalized car insurance rate based primarily on their driving behaviors. Founded in Ohio in 2015, Root Insurance is now available in 17 states. To meet the growing demand for its product, Root recently announced a significant expansion in Ohio. The company credits its choice to reinvest in Columbus to the quality of the region’s workforce and the city’s rapidly growing reputation as a tech startup hub.
Digital insurance agency confident in region's resources to advance fintech growth
Matic is a technology-driven insurance agency using fintech solutions that match mortgage lenders with homeowners who need insurance quotes. The company is confident that Columbus’s fintech talent, entrepreneurial climate and vibrant economy will continue to fuel the company’s escalating success.
Fintech71 is a fintech accelerator seeking startups for its first program. The program will feature mentorships and partnerships with some of the best and brightest in the financial services and Ohio start up space. This unique offering is attracted hundreds of applicats from across the globe.
A new fintechaccelerator in Columbus seeks at least 10 startups from all across the globe to become part of its inaugural class. The accelerator leverages Ohio resources to give these startups an edge.
Homegrown Ohio Company Embraces Innovation to Redefine HR and Payroll Services
Paycor is a trusted partner to small and medium-sized businesses, providing solutions that make it easier for businesses to oversee their people. Paycor will expand in Cincinnati area, invest $8 million and add 1000+ jobs.
BDO USA, LLP commits to 400+ jobs over next five years
BDO USA, a leading accounting and consulting firm, will open a 33,000-square-foot business service center in Columbus to support the firm’s rapid growth. The multi-discipline business service center will optimize operations, ensure best practices and support professional development.
Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus all move up in rankings
Three Ohio metropolitans catch the attention of the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship, which measures entrepreneurship across the U.S. Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus all made the top 20 list for U.S. entrepreneurial business growth.