Home to firms of all sizes - from startups to Fortune companies - Greater Cincinnati has more than 2,500 manufacturing companies already thriving here.
With the fastest-growing economy in the Midwest, Greater Cincinnati is prepared to support businesses of any size.
Greater Cincinnati is over-indexed in "big data," considered a catalyst for vigorous growth by McKinsey & Company
More than 590 biohealth companies are located in Greater Cincinnati, including Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Several target industries work together to create a vibrant and thriving Greater Cincinnati economy. These industries create opportunities for businesses to collaborate, develop innovations, share resources and grow.
With $60.5 million in venture capital, it's easy to see why Fierce Biotech ranks Greater Cincinnati 11th in the nation for biotech funding. From incubators and accelerators to nationally ranked hospitals, you will find the right partner to make your business thrive.
As the headquarters city for one of the top grocery chains in the nation and three of the Top 10 flavorings companies in the world, Greater Cincinnati is the right spot for your company to grow. Approximately 18,000 industry specialists support this "sweet spot" for food.
From big data and high-tech entrepreneurs to consumer products intelligence, Greater Cincinnati knows information technology. More than 1,500 IT companies are located throughout the 15-county region, and the region was ranked the tenth best metro area for STEM professionals. It's easy to see why the Huffington Post said Cincinnati may be the "next Silicon Valley."
Greater Cincinnati makes things. We started making candles and soap, and today, we're making a name for ourselves in skilled manufacturing. In fact, Site Selection magazine named Greater Cincinnati among the Top 5 most competitive North American cities for aerospace, chemicals and plastics, and metals. Join the region's more than 2,500 manufacturing companies relying on a strong supply chain and skilled workforce.
Every business owner is looking for strategies to work more efficiently. Streamlining back-office functions, from accounting to human resources, is one way companies can do that. Simplifying operations into a shared services center can reduce cost while improving the service provided to your staff. Companies considering bringing these back-office jobs together can thrive in Greater Cincinnati.