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Ohio continues to be recognized as a premier location for economic development in the U.S. Strong, statewide partnerships facilitate capital investment and job growth through leveraging Ohio's advantages. Read the latest news about these collaborative efforts throughout Ohio.

Columbus Becomes Second Biggest City in the Midwest

Columbus Becomes Second Biggest City in the Midwest

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Columbus surpasses Indianapolis as the 14th largest city in the U.S. and the second largest city in the Midwest.

New Fintech Accelerator Looks to Advance Innovation in Ohio

New Fintech Accelerator Looks to Advance Innovation in Ohio

Application process officially underway
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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.

Cincinnati and Columbus Receive Global Recognition in Site Selection’s 2017 “The World’s Most Competitive Cities” Report

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Site Selection magazine gives Columbus and Cincinnati accolades for their competivenessin multiple sectors.

Gas and Oil Leaders Confident Renewed Growth Will Continue

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Oil, gas and energy leaders in the tri-state area gathered to discuss the resurgence of prosperity in the industry.

Ohio Company’s Apprentice Program Trains Today’s Manufacturing Talent for Tomorrow’s Manufacturing Jobs

Ohio Company’s Apprentice Program Trains Today’s Manufacturing Talent for Tomorrow’s Manufacturing Jobs

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Companies are adopting advanced manufacturing technologies, but don’t have the workforce with the skills to operate the new technology. German-based Festo’s workforce training program combines an associate degree, skills training and on-the-job experience.

Ohio Continues to Attract Millennial Workforce

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Millennials are seeking three things: availability of jobs, salary levels and affordable cost of housing. Cities throughout Ohio are taking additional steps to attract millennial talent and it’s paying off. Between 2010 and 2016 over 86,000 millennials moved or returned to Ohio.