2021 OEDA 360
OEDA leadership has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 OEDA 360 event, due to gathering restrictions related to the current pandemic.
OEDA 360 is designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive view of the state of economic development in Ohio, identify new resources for successful projects, and interact with peers and thought leaders from around the state. OEDA 360 brings together the top minds in economic development and state leaders for a day of insight, information, resource identification and connections. And, OEDA 360 provides unique opportunity to interface with agency leadership and program managers and ask questions about critical state economic development issues and key programs. OEDA 360 is a “can’t be missed” event for economic developers, elected officials and policy makers.
Participation in Site Selection’s Governor’s Cup is an important opportunity to showcase your communities and how you’ve made an impact by nominating the economic development project wins.read more
The Ohio Economic Development Association is sponsoring a complimentary webinar on bringing equity and diversity to neighborhoods on July 26, 2021, 3 to 4:30pm. Sponsored in collaboration with the International Economic Development Council and the Brookings Institute, the Community-rooted Economic Inclusion Strategic Action Playbook argues that now is the time for community, city, and regional leaders to advance bold place-based solutions that foster long-overdue investment and opportunity within disinvested communities—and to do so in a way that benefits existing residents and small businesses within these communities.read more
While this May has been cold, transportation funding opportunities are starting to heat up. The month of May brings with it funding opportunities for Ohio’s Transportation Improvement Districts (TIDs). Ohio has 51 TIDs covering large areas of the state. These intergovernmental agencies are designed to foster planning and cooperation among different counties and local governments to plan for regional transportation priorities. TIDs have local, state and federal transportation funding sources upon which they can access.read more