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QED

QED

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Although Quality Electrodynamics (QED) has achieved great success in its first 10 years, Dr. Hiroyuki Fujita, the company’s CEO and founder, realized his company could have an even greater impact in the healthcare industry by working with some of the world’s leading equipment manufacturers. So he turned to JobsOhio for support in creating a research and development (R&D) center for collaboration and innovation.

ProMedica

ProMedica

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This is a new and exciting chapter for Toledo’s economic development. In August 2017, nearly two years after announcing a major consolidation and revitalization project, ProMedica began moving nearly 1,000 employees into its new headquarters on Toledo’s downtown riverfront.

NuVasive Inc.

NuVasive Inc.

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With its domestic and international business growing – in fact, exceeding its own expectations – NuVasive Inc., a leading medical device company, is also growing its facilities and workforce in Ohio.

HarbisonWalker International

HarbisonWalker International

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HarbisonWalker International (HWI)’s new state-of-the-art monolithic refractories manufacturing plant will enable the company to further elevate product quality and consistency. Moreover, it illustrates the company’s forward-thinking strategy to harness new technology and grow.

CardinalCommerce

CardinalCommerce

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In 1999, CardinalCommerce’s three founders saw the future of e-commerce and decided to build a business around it. Today, the company is a global leader in e-commerce payment authentication. CardinalCommerce executives turned to JobsOhio when they needed to build a new headquarters to accommodate the company’s impressive growth.

Alpont

Alpont

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Pennsylvania-based Alpont LLC, a subsidiary of Interstate Chemical Company, wanted to expand to better serve its customers in Canada and in the Midwest. The company originally considered sites in Pennsylvania, but ultimately found that Ohio offered the advantages it was seeking.

Hyland

Hyland

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Hyland’s recently announced expansion plans to create 500 jobs is part of a growing trend among IT companies: expand in Ohio and operate with a Silicon Valley mindset, without the Silicon Valley cost.

CareSource

CareSource

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In 1989, community leaders in Dayton asked Pamela Morris to pioneer a new managed care model. That model has since grown into a nonprofit company called CareSource, one of the fastest growing and largest Medicaid managed care companies in the country and a key driver of downtown Dayton’s continued revitalization. When CareSource needed more space to accommodate its growth, company officials chose to expand their headquarters in Dayton.

Paycor

Paycor

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Paycor is a perfect example of a fintechcompany that transformed itself from a small homegrown Ohio startup into a large, fast-growing and innovative human resources and payroll solutions company with customers in all 50 states. Due to Paycor’s rapid growth, it outgrew its relatively new office building in Norwood.

AMES

AMES

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When Wilmington Air Park sought growth, it realized it needed qualified workers to provide maintenance on its aircraft. To train workers, Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services (AMES), obtained a $315k grant to establish a training program. Learn how AMES is utilizing the grant to boost its workforce.