Ohio is better for tech business.

Move your business where it’s booming.

There’s a reason the biggest names in tech choose Ohio. From Facebook, Google, and IBM to Amazon Web Services, Upstart, and Carvana—tech’s global leaders all recognize the benefits of doing business here. Whether you specialize in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, or social media, our burgeoning tech community, generous statewide programs and partnerships, and talented pool of STEM professionals will help your tech company go further at a fraction of the cost.

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“Our ability to find incredible talent across software engineering, data science, and operations has made our move to central Ohio a runaway success.”

- Dave Girouard
Co-Founder and CEO, Upstart

Ohio by
the numbers

Here’s just some of what makes Ohio better for business.

3

Ohio is home to 3 top-10 tech cities: Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati.

(SOURCE: JUMP-STARTING AMERICA: TECHNOLOGY HUB MAP)

1/4

Office space in Ohio comes in at ¼ of the cost of office space in coastal locations like New York and San Francisco.

(SOURCE: JOBSOHIO)

40%

Ohio has a large, growing pool of educated and skilled STEM professionals. And hiring them costs less. For example, Ohio software engineers cost 40% less than in California.

(SOURCE: JOBSOHIO)

$75.6 million

Ohio’s Entrepreneurial Services Program has allocated funding up to $75.6 million for concept, seed, and early stage tech companies from 2020-2022.

(SOURCE: JOBSOHIO)

25+

Ohio is home to over 25 accelerators and incubators, 15 angel funds, and 15 venture capital funds.

(SOURCE: JOBSOHIO)

2

Ohio is the only state with two cities, Columbus and Cincinnati, on Forbes’ Top 10 Rising Cities for Startups.

(SOURCE: FORBES)

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