NODE/Team NEO Monthly Partner Meeting Tuesday, April 30

Apr 18, 2019 | Events, Newsletter

Don’t miss the April meeting at the Brecksville Community Center.  The featured topic is incentives. The Project Management Team at Team NEO and JobsOhio will discuss the assistance programs available to companies locating and expanding in Ohio. You’ll get a quick crash course on incentive guidelines/requirements, lead vetting and qualification, critical decision-making factors, and lessons learned from local practitioners. This is an opportunity to share your personal experience in navigating the JobsOhio network while offering constructive suggestions for how we can work better together to serve our clients. We look forward to your participation in the discussion and hope to see you in attendance. Be sure to register here to attend this session.

Capitalizing on rural corporate site location opportunities

Rural communities are prime targets for companies considering a corporate site location project. Rural areas in the U.S. cover 97 % of the nation’s land area but contain 19.3 % of the population who are more likely to own a single family home, are older and less likely to hold a bachelor’s degree or be in poverty than their urban counters.

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AEP Names Wells Vice President, Sales, Economic and Business Development

American Electric Power (Nasdaq: AEP) has promoted Timothy J. Wells to vice president, Sales, Economic and Business Development, effective Nov. 2, 2020. Wells replaces Mark James who retired last month.

Wells, 55, will lead AEP’s efforts to attract new commercial and industrial customers to its service territory and help existing customers take advantage of AEP’s growing menu of business consultation services. AEP has unique expertise in the energy field and has become a trusted energy advisor to many of its larger customers. Wells will be responsible for leading growth in services that fall outside of the distribution and transmission of electricity, in addition to helping communities bring new jobs to their local economies.

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