Diversity & Inclusion Technology Internship

The Diversity & Inclusion Technology Internship initiative places highly motivated college students at early-stage technology companies or companies with a technological need. The Ohio Development Services Agency operates the initiative through the Ohio Third Frontier.

Ice Cream Collisions and Ecosystem Musings

Winter, Spring, and Summer have flown by at the HCDC Business Center. I am not new to the #StartupCincy ecosystem, but my first nine months at HCDC have been a whirlwind; it is amazing to see the clustering and organic partnering that takes place when you get a lot of really smart people (i.e. actual rocket scientists) working together in close confines. In my mind, the Business Center is a mini-microcosm of the overall Greater Cincinnati/Dayton economic ecosystem – we’ve got aerospace, medtech, biotech, military, and digital – but the one thing that sets HCDC and Cincinnati apart from other ecosystems (the valleys and the alleys) is the tremendous amount of innovation, clustering, and manufacturing specific startups that resonate up and down the supply chain.

Ohio Offers Opportunities for Investors and Communities

Communities across Ohio are realizing their possibilities for growth because of the investments Ohio is undertaking. Ohio has 320 Qualified Opportunity Zones in 73 counties, and the Ohio Development Services Agency is working to help local communities make the most of the opportunities.

Gov. DeWine is a Partner in Ohio Economic Development

As is the case for Ohio and as you all know, the most successful economic development efforts can be directly attributed to the assembly of a talented, highly cohesive and cross-functional team. Earlier this year, our statewide economic development network gained two engaged and energetic advocates in Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted. Both are already passionate about being involved.

Ohio Offers Opportunities for Investors and Communities

Communities across Ohio are realizing their possibilities for growth because of the investments Ohio is undertaking. Ohio has 320 Qualified Opportunity Zones in 73 counties, and the Ohio Development Services Agency is working to help local communities make the most of the opportunities.