Ohio’s available pool of technology and marketing expertise as well as affordability draw in world leader in social advertising automation
Tiger Pistol is the No. 1 social advertising automation platform for local promotion. Based in Austin, Texas, Tiger Pistol sought expansion to further accelerate its innovation roadmap in order to stay competitive. After looking at several locations in the Midwest, Tiger Pistol chose to grow in Ohio, where there is abundant talent and low cost to operate.
Leading digital-photo product company drawn to Ohio’s workforce and business climate
One of the world’s leading digital-photo product companies is making a significant investment into its northwest Ohio operations. Shutterfly will invest more than $23 million to enhance product offerings at its Galion, Ohio, location.
The ability to recruit and train talent in Ohio playeda major factor in the company’sdecisionto expand in the state
Founded in 2017, Helium SEO is a Cincinnati-based digital marketing company using artificial intelligence to increase qualified leads for its clients. After experiencing significant growth and seeing success with its clients, the company realized its need to significantly increase its workforce. By growing in Ohio, the company will be able to find the quantity and quality of employees it needs.
Ohio-grown Loop plans to almost triple its workforce and continue to take advantage of customer connectivity through geographical proximity and direct flights
Loop, an e-commerce company with the most advanced returns and exchanges app on Shopify, announced plans to grow its headquarters in Ohio. A new round of funding gave Loop the fuel to grow its headquarters and significantly increase its workforce. From Ohio, Loop is geographically close to customers while frequent flights keep the company connected to other major cities across the U.S. The company is reinvesting in central Ohio to continue benefitting from Ohio’s advantages.
Company CEO impressed by the number of qualified applicants
Intelliteach, the leading provider of managed information technology and managed financial services to the legal community, has grown due to strategic investment in its operations. The company selected Maumee, Ohio, a suburb of Toledo, for its latest U.S. sales and support office. Maumee gives the company access to a large pool of qualified talent and proximity to an international airport.
Company drawn to Ohio’s workforce, colleges, universities and quality of life
Surgere, Inc. — developers of asset visibility, control and analytics software utilizing AI technology — experienced hyper-growth over the past two years. The company plans to expand its operations in Green, Ohio, which has an excellent workforce and education presence, as well as a community that will benefit its employees.
Quality talent, space to grow and strategic partnerships are valuable to the company
Since its founding in Ohio in 2017, ScriptDrop transitioned from a concept, to a startup company, to now leasing 10,000 square feet of independent space in Columbus. The company needs to prepare for its continuous growth and the CEO is dedicated to keeping that growth in Ohio.
Collaborative tech community leads to company’s new regional headquarters
auticon employs adults on the autism spectrum as IT consultants. Founded in Berlin, Germany, in 2011, auticon is the first enterprise to scale its employee model worldwide. The company sought a new regional headquarters and found that Ohio has a large presence of businesses in need of its services.
Company will leverage state’s talent pool and proximity to Amazon operations
Amify, which helps companies sell on Amazon, is adding strategy and management capabilities. The company is establishing a headquarters in Cincinnati to take advantage of the surrounding marketing, advertising and client success talent pool and proximity to Amazon’s CVG Prime Air hub.
Rapidly growing company expands services in a valued community
One of North America’s largest independent Salesforce consulting and application development firms, Traction on Demand, is expanding its footprint in Dayton. In response to a growing demand for technology support among commercial and nonprofit organizations, Traction in Demand is building a new and larger office in Dayton and adding 80 positions.