Incentivizing businesses. Accelerating growth.
From funding connections, to incentives, to talent solutions, the Northeast Ohio Region equips companies with the resources to expand.
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The state of Ohio has identified a network of six regional partners across the state to work with JobsOhio, a private, nonprofit corporation designed to drive job creation and new capital investment in Ohio. As the JobsOhio regional partner for Northeast Ohio, Team NEO supports the attraction, retention, and expansion work of our 18 county partners by connecting them, and their client companies, with both state and JobsOhio support as well as resources across the Northeast Ohio Region.
With a deep knowledge of regional and state resources, Team NEO can quickly assemble the right teams to facilitate these efforts – from identifying funding options and tax incentives to working through regulatory issues and tapping into the region’s talent pool.
Are you a Northeast Ohio company looking to expand? Or an outside company considering growth in the Northeast Ohio Region? As the JobsOhio regional network partner, Team NEO can help by connecting you with resources that will support your growth.
Support areas include:
- Ohio tax credits, exemptions, abatements, and grants
- Revitalization of buildings and sites
- Training and higher education
- Economic research
- Regulatory issues
- Industry and function-specific needs
A track record of success.
As one of the six network partners for JobsOhio, Team NEO connects companies across the 18 counties of the Northeast Ohio Region to state resources for job creation and retention, regional investment, and business growth.
From 2015 – 2021, the Northeast Ohio Economic Development Network’s efforts helped generate:
in new payroll
in capital investment
The JobsOhio Inclusion Grant funds eligible projects happening in designated distressed communities in Ohio and/or led by businesses owned by underrepresented populations (at least 51% minority-owned, woman-owned, veteran-owned or owned by an individual with a disability). Grant decisions are based on a number of factors, including but not limited to company location, company ownership, jobs created and/or retained, and project fixed-asset investment. All or most qualified projects require a company to commit to new job and payroll growth. Small to medium-sized companies (annual revenues up to $25million) engaged in JobsOhio’s targeted industries and business functions may apply, provided they meet qualifying criteria.