International leaders invest here
Ongoing commitment from industry leaders
The CIOs of the top 20 IT organizations in Cincinnati alone control combined annual IT budgets exceeding $3 billion.
Attract and retain the talent you need
Ohio is 10th in the U.S. for employment in both computer systems design and
related services (58,900 jobs) and measuring and control instruments manufacturing (7,500 jobs).
R & D
Growing next-generation thinking
Technology Centers located throughout Ohio represent strong network of business incubators, mentors, and angel/venture capital groups for peer mentorships, funding opportunities, and product innovation services. Their sole purpose: to help established and early-stage technology-based businesses succeed.
- Ohio Third Frontier
- Ohio Tech Angels
- Northeast Ohio Incubator Collaborative
- Ohio’s Thomas Edison Program
Local organizations foster advocacy and collaboration among Ohio’s IS and software leaders.
Education & Training
Feeding the technology development life cycle
Ohio’s technology workforce pipeline is replenished with more than 80,000 graduates each year from the state’s institutions of higher education.
Narrow your building and location choices
Discover why Site Selection magazine picked Ohio as the top state to locate a business four years in a row. JobsOhio Consultants will quickly provide the economic, geographic and other data you need to make an informed decision, and connect you with the industry, funding and political partners you need to move fast.
Maximize your marketability
Ohio’s big businesses demand information technology excellence and the state’s IT industry efficiently handles the high volume of day-to-day, real-time large data transfers for nationally and internationally known companies.
These and other Ohio-based IS leaders bring must-have data to users around the world.