JobsOhio Inclusion Grant helps business bring internet access to more users in a largely underserved area of Ohio
Southern Ohio Communication Services, Inc is a last-mile internet service provider that brings high-speed internet access to rural Ohio. With the help of a JobsOhio Inclusion Grant, the company can expand its operations to provide high-speed internet to more residential and business customers in southern Ohio.
The investment will service the company’s growing business on the east coast of the USA
Golden Protective Services sells and distributes gloves and other hygiene products primarily to restaurants, grocers and convenience store chains. The company will be able to move to a larger facility and purchase machinery with the support of a JobsOhio Inclusion Grant.
Funding will support the purchase a new CNC machine as well as other machinery and equipment upgrades over the next several years
OCECO, a fabricator of high-quality safety equipment for flammable liquid storage and wastewater gas disposal systems, will make upgrades to its machinery and equipment over that will support increased sales and employment with the help of a JobsOhio Inclusion Grant.
Funding will support the company in building a new food processing facility
Circle M Farms Feed & Supply plans to construct a new food processing facility with the support of a JobsOhio Inclusion Grant (JOIG). The JOIG is open to businesses located within distressed areas in Ohio or businesses with majority owners who are veterans, disabled or an underrepresented race or gender.
Funding helps company acquire new machinery and equipment
While many small businesses across the nation have suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic, the female-owned Patter Fam Sauces has experienced ongoing growth. Support from the JobsOhio Inclusion Grant will allow the company to meet increased demand for its homemade products and services.