1.3 million people work in and around Greater Cincinnati.
Thirty-eight percent of the Greater Cincinnati population age 25 and older have an associate degree or higher.
Greater Cincinnati is known for its headquarters. There are more Fortune 500 headquarters per capita than New York, Chicago or L.A and include household names like Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Co., and Macy’s, Inc.
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.
With no corporate franchise tax or tangible personal property tax, Ohio makes it easy to run your business for less. When you’re ready to hire a talented workforce, your costs can remain low. Greater Cincinnati’s cost of living is 30 percent lower than the coasts and 10 percent lower than the rest of the nation. (COLI, 2015) Access the brightest talent at a better cost.
Ready to move more than just your back-office jobs? Greater Cincinnati is the prime location for your new company headquarters.