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Ohio Regional Network

6 Partners. One State.

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Leadership & Collaboration Across Ohio

Ohio Southeast

Ohio Southeast serves 25 counties that boast exceptional logistical infrastructure that includes road, river, and rail. The area has a strong work ethic, a deep understanding of manufacturing, and a bounty of skilled labor.

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Mike Jacoby
President and CEO

One Columbus

The thriving state capitol and surrounding central Ohio counties have the highest growth rate in the state. The area has a central location, educated workforce, and economic diversity.

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Kenny McDonald
President and CEO

Dayton Development Coalition

In western Ohio, you’ll find a thriving tech sector and easy access to transportation. There’s also an enviably low cost of living in Dayton, Springfield, and neighboring cities.

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Jeff Hoagland
President and CEO

REDI Cincinnati

In a progressive region in Southwest Ohio, Cincinnati is recognized as a global business center with 10 Fortune 500 companies, over 400 foreign-owned firms, and accessibility to customers and suppliers across the world.

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Kimm Lauterbach
President and CEO

Regional Growth Partnership

Regional Growth Partnership represents northwest Ohio and advocates for business development in Toledo and surrounding cities. The region has easy access to Great Lakes seaports, major interstates, and one of the busiest cargo airports in the U.S.

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Dean Monske
President and CEO
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Team NEO

Team NEO accelerates business growth and job creation in the 18 counties of Northeast Ohio, including Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Youngstown, and the surrounding communities. The teamworks to generate and retain jobs, create a more inclusive workforce, and attract new investment.

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Bill Koehler
Chief Executive Officer