Insight from the experts.

JobsOhio’s managing directors and other senior level team members are experts in business and industry with decades of experience at some of the world’s leading companies. Our executives regularly publish blogs that provide valuable insight, expert commentary and general information about topics relevant to Ohio economic development. Their thought leadership helps business leaders – both those in Ohio and those thinking about coming to Ohio – learn about and understand the benefits of doing business in Ohio.

Ohio's Presence at Farnborough International Airshow Pays Dividends for State's Aviation and Aerospace Industry

Ohio network shares Ohio's aerospace industry with the world
Glenn Richardson, JobsOhio Managing Director of Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace
August 8, 2016

The well-established aerospace ecosystem is the reason that Ohio is the number 1 supplier state to Boeing and Airbus, and consists of nearly 600 private companies employing 41,000 Ohioans. JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati, Dayton Development Coalition and TechSolve spread the word about aerospace and aviation in Ohio with industry leaders at The Farnborough International Airshow, one of the top trade events for the global Aerospace and Aviation industry.

CEOs and Leaders Leverage RNC to Shine Spotlight on Policy Issues

Experts and executives weigh in on crucial elements of the U.S. economic, social and business environment.
August 3, 2016

Leading experts and executives in Ohio discussed public policy issues regarding energy, biohealth, the workforce pipeline and more at the 2016 Republican National Convention in July.

President Obama Recognizes Ohio’s Foreign Direct Investment Activities at SelectUSA

Ohio Earns National and International Attention at SelectUSA Investment Summit
July 5, 2016

The collaborative effort by many of our economic development teams in Ohio brings hundreds of jobs to our state. Ohio’s ability to attract foreign investors receives international and national recognition.

Ohio: A Transportation Mecca for Global Companies

Ohio could become the Silicon Valley of the Midwest
Ted Griffith, JobsOhio Managing Director for Logistics and Distribution and Information Technology
July 1, 2016

By putting people first and exploring new ways to use technology to reach beyond the tech savvy, Ohio may soon be the epicenter of high-tech transportation. This means big things are in store for such industries as Logistics and Distribution.