A full-service consignment and e-commerce marketplace for pre-owned goods chooses Ohio for its current and future growth potential
Everything But the House will create more than 800 new jobs by the end of 2025 in Ohio. The city of Blue Ash council members believe that EBTH’s investment in job creation will support the local economy as founders Brian Graves and Jacquie Denny continue to grow the company as a leader in the secondhand market.
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.
Company’s investment reflects Ohio’s insurtech and innovation growth
Cincinnati Financial Corporation’s (Nasdaq: CINF) lead property casualty subsidiary, The Cincinnati Insurance Company, prides itself on delivering personalized experiences to clients. The company will expand its R&D operations to accelerate company-wide digital and data transformation, supported by a $2.5 million JobsOhio R&D Center Grant.
The California-based leading artificial intelligence company continues to find value in Ohio
Upstart, a leading artificial intelligence lending platform, has experienced rapid growth and will expand its existing facility in Columbus by 40,000 square feet, more than tripling its footprint in Central Ohio. The company first invested in Ohio in early 2019, which represented its first operations outside of California.
The world-class facility will draw from Ohio’s deep pool of talent
Daugherty Business Solutions (Daugherty), a leading advisory services and technology consulting firm, has plans to open a new, world-class Software Development Center in Columbus, Ohio. The company will draw from Ohio’s deep pool of tech talent to help it scale and grow.
Ohio will become home to tech support centers for the company’s future products
Headquartered in California, ISSQUARED Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end IT solutions and one of America’s fastest growing companies, will create a new data center, along with a global Cyber Security Operations Center in Ohio. The company chose Ohio for a number of reasons, including the depth of technology talent and business-friendly environment.
Deep-rooted advanced technology manufacturer combines operations to save cost
Ohio Associated Enterprises wants to profitably grow its footprint in the Automated Testing Equipment market. Ohio’s business-friendly initiatives appeal to Ohio Associated Enterprises and will help the company achieve its goals while reducing costs.
The cloud-based custom software company has aggressive growth and hiring plans
Clarus R+D, a cloud-based custom software company that helps businesses claim the federal R&D tax credit, is making a big shift in its operations. Clarus R+D must aggressively grow and hire at a moment when the company is experiencing a significant increase in demand. It will do so in Central Ohio.
Investment will help the company form tighter bonds with its existing customers and expand its customer base
OMEC Smart Card, LLC, a Shanghai-based leading smart card, tag, and token manufacturer and designer serving customers worldwide, will invest in Northeast Ohio creating its first North American facility. The company cited a business-friendly environment, available talent, and access to markets as reasons for the decision.
Launched out of Bowling Green State University, Satelytics Inc. grows to pursue more applications for its technology
Founded as a start-up out of Bowling Green State University in 2009, Satelytics uses high-resolution spectral imagery from satellites, drones, and other platforms to provide critical data to multiple industries. The company initially focused on monitoring the world’s water supplies but leaders realized the greater potential of the technology. Satelytics will expand in Northwestern Ohio to begin business with other industries.