Under the direction of the Department Director, facilitates and collaborates economic development related activities as it relates to business retention and recruitment, business development, economic development finance, and small business programming. Provides business assistance and technical support for the expansion, recruitment, and retention needs of large and small local businesses.
Do you Know Your Incentive Return on Investment? Get the Answer at OEDA’s ROI / Financing Gap Course, September 2 in Springfield
One of the high priorities among economic developers is understanding the cost of economic development incentives and projects so that you can be a strong advocate for your community.
Perhaps contrary to popular belief, the United States, in 2022, is at the forefront of experiencing its next manufacturing renaissance.
From chemical makers and metal-benders to aerospace/defense and semiconductor chip manufacturers, a recent Bloomberg Editorial reinforces the statement: The manufacturing economy is not only on the upswing, but it is “sizzling.”
The Diversity & Inclusion Technology Internship Program can connect businesses with the best and brightest upcoming talent to fill their tech needs. From creating mobile apps to building out websites, developing social media platforms, implementing new software, conducting market research, and enhancing cybersecurity, the program can help with virtually any tech need and help pay the salary of college interns.
Chillicothe, Ohio: –– Murphy Hoffman Company (MHC), also known as Chillicothe Kenworth, in collaboration with JobsOhio, Ohio Southeast Economic Development (OhioSE), and Greater Chillicothe & Ross County Development today announced an investment of over $1.4 million in Ross County, creating 119 new jobs. The expansion is being supported by a tax credit from the Ohio Department of Development and a $250,000 JobsOhio Grant.