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Small businesses in Ohio have a new resource to help them grow and flourish. The JobsOhio Small Business Academy, Powered by Aileron, “will support small business owners, presidents and CEOs of small, growing B2B organizations in Ohio who want to improve their leadership skills and grow their companies,” reports Miami Valley Today. The ...

Lisha Morlan, who has served as Middletown’s assistant director of the city’s economic development department since 2022, has been promoted to lead the department as director, the Journal-News reports. Assistant City Manager Nathan Cahall said, “Lisha has proven herself time and time again to be the right person to grow our business ...

The Montgomery County Convention Facilities Authority is on the hunt for a developer “to construct an ambitious new headquarters hotel near the Dayton Convention Center” that the city expects to cost $60 million to $80 million, the Dayton Daily News reports. The convention center “is undergoing $45 million in improvements” meant to ...

An Ohio industry group wants to lead the world in sustainable polymer manufacturing and recycling. The Polymer Industry Cluster in Akron, a “coalition of Northest Ohio plastics companies, governments and universities,” is seeking “at least $40 million in federal funding to become a national technology hub for sustainable ...

We are going back to the moon, and Ohio is playing a key role in making it happen. NASA’s Artemis mission will send astronauts to Earth’s moon for the first time since 1972, and Ohio’s NASA Glenn Research Center and Armstrong Test Facility is responsible for the project’s “power, propulsion, communications, advanced materials and ...

The company behind the project Moraine and Montgomery County officials code-named “Project Crispy” is no longer a secret. Massillon-based Shearer’s Foods, LLC, is “seeking a tax credit to begin operations in Moraine” according to an Ohio Tax Credit Authority meeting agenda, in “what could be a $106 million project,” the Dayton ...

The City of Delaware has appointed Topeka, Kansas native Nic Langford as its new economic development director, replacing Sean Hughes, who left the position in December to become Powell’s first economic development administrator, Columbus Business First reports. Delaware City Manager Tom Homan “said he was impressed with ...

A newly designated economic development region, Lake to River Economic Development, will benefit not only its four member counties, but the state as a whole, Governor Mike DeWine said in an exclusive interview with the The Business Journal Daily. Ashtabula, Columbiana, Mahoning, and Trumbull counties were previously included in the Team NEO ...

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, along with Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Ohio Department of Development Director Lydia Mihalik, recently announced a $152 million investment in projects “to transform communities along Ohio’s Appalachian waterfront,” according to a news release from the governor’s office. The regional nonprofit Ohio ...

The City of Middletown, the Warren County Port Authority, and Woodard Development are working together on a transformational development in Middletown’s East End, the Journal-News reports. The planned $200 million Renaissance Arena project “would attract full-service, high-end hotels, premium and fast-food restaurants, townhomes ...

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