NEO Rising: Celebrating Today. Building Tomorrow.

Save the Date: May 10, 4pm – 6pm
Be sure to mark your calendar for this year’s celebration that will correlate with International Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) National Economic Development Week, an opportunity to honor and celebrate you!

Ohio Advancing Medical Technology

Today the Ohio Third Frontier Commission approved $2.1 million to move new technologies out of the lab and into the marketplace. Many of these innovative products could advance medicine and improve outcomes for patients.

“Some of the best new ideas and inventions are coming out of Ohio’s colleges and universities,” said David Goodman, director of the Ohio Development Services Agency and chair of the Ohio Third Frontier Commission. “We are helping to advance these technologies and get them to market where they can make a difference.”

Findlay Ranked Top Micropolitan Community in the U.S. Fourth Year in a Row

(FINDLAY, OH, March 5, 2018)— For the fourth consecutive year, Findlay, Ohio has been ranked the top micropolitan community in the U.S. for new and expanding facilities by Site Selection magazine, the official publication of the Global FDI Association and the Industrial Asset Management Council. The magazine ranked 575 of the nation’s micropolitan areas, cities of 10,000 to 50,000 people which cover at least one county.

WMOG Building New $9.5M BG facility

WMOG Investment, Inc., a Mosser Group Company, is investing $9.5 million to develop a 200,000 square foot warehouse / logistics facility adjacent to the Woodbridge Industrial Park in Bowling Green and has also entered into an agreement in principle with Ohio Logistics involving the project.

Distribution Firm Chooses Carey for $51.5M Project

Smith Drug Company, a national pharmaceutical and medical supply distributor based in South Carolina, is planning to invest $51.5 million in a new operation in Carey, according to industry sources. The company purchased a 101,000 square foot speculative building in Arrowhead Commerce Park built by Vaughn Industries and is expanding the building by an additional 34,000 square feet for warehousing. In addition to the cost of its new facility and equipment, the company will invest an additional $35 million in inventory at the Carey operation.