Northeast Ohio: Programmed for tech success.
From blockchain to big data, tech companies have tremendous opportunity in Northeast Ohio.
The Northeast Ohio Region’s renowned family of tech companies includes OnBase by Hyland, TMW Systems, TOA Technologies, Turning Technologies, Overdrive, Knotice, MRI, Virtual Hold, Snap-On, BrandMuscle, and MCPc.
Tech companies benefit from many competitive advantages in the Northeast Ohio Region, including our rich and diverse customer base, strong talent pipeline, and low cost of doing business.
The region’s robust support infrastructure encourages innovation and helps connect companies to early-stage capital. Organizations such as the Northeast Ohio Software Association advocate for the industry and work to attract more talent to the Northeast Ohio region, whereas regional organizations like RITE and ConxusNEO promote IT talent development and support connections between businesses, higher education, and talent.
The Northeast Ohio Region boasts a number of business incubators supporting tech start-ups. The Youngstown Business Incubator, with its unique focus on tech start-ups, was named one of the top 25 incubators in the world and the number one high-impact incubation program in North America.
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Connected companies. Connected partners. Focused on the future.
The Northeast Ohio Region’s manufacturing legacy is undeniable – and so is its future. We’re building on a strong foundation to advance industry 4.0 technologies.
28,000 people work in technology in Northeast Ohio
1,600 qualified technology graduates annually
11 colleges, universities and education providers with technology courses
18% technology talent growth from 2016 – 2019
3,000+ technology businesses in Northeast Ohio
North Jackson – McCluggage
A rectangle-shaped 92-acre site on three parcels for sale by a private owner, this property is half wooded and half farm land. Currently zoned as agricultural, the site sits along a divided access road between two industrial areas.
Nelson Sand & Gravel
The Nelson Sand & Gravel site, located halfway between Cleveland, OH and Erie, PA, is approximately 94 acres that can be subdivided as needed and is owned by a single owner.
Louisville Industrial Park
This site was home to the former Chesapeake/Encino Energy Corp office. It has over 170 contiguous, developable acres expandable up to 261 acres.
JAB Property, Ashtabula
The JAB property, located on just over 80 acres of publicly owned land in Ashtabula, is a prime site for industrial development.
Cuyahoga Valley Industrial Center
The Cuyahoga Valley Industrial Center is adjacent to I-77.
Colleges, universities, and education providers offering information technology related areas of study.
Information Technology Workforce Data
Top 10 Information Technology Employers in Northeast Ohio
|Diebold Nixdorf Inc.||1,260|
|Deloitte LLP and subsidiaries||498|
|Park Place Technologies||464|
|Pomeroy Technologies LLC||250|
Top 10 Information Technology Occupations in Northeast Ohio
|Occupation||Employed in Industry|
|Software Developers and Software Quality Assurance Analysts and Testers||5,292|
|Computer Systems Analysts||2,222|
|Computer User Support Specialists||1,754|
|Sales Representatives of Services, Except Advertising, Insurance, Financial Services, and Travel||1,098|
|Customer Service Representatives||1,090|
|Computer and Information Systems Managers||987|
|Project Management Specialists and Business Operations Specialists, All Other||814|
|Computer Occupations, All Other||734|
|Network and Computer Systems Administrators||730|
|Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists||688|
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