Ohio “among top states” for economic development

A survey that tracks trends in economic development found Ohio “ranks No. 3 in the U.S. for state economic development organizations,” the Dayton Business Journal reports. The survey of corporate executives, called the “Winning Strategies in Economic Development Marketing,” is “conducted every three years by the Development Counsellors International [DCI],” according to the article. Ohio “trailed only Georgia and South Carolina” in the report, which “showcases the efforts of JobsOhio.” DCI President Andrew T. Levine said the survey “provides insights into the minds of key decision makers” and that information “can be crucial to communities looking to set themselves apart from other locations.” For more, read the full survey and the Dayton Business Journal article. 

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