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  3. 3. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 1 the columbus region’s growth strategyINSIDE To Our Business and Civic Leaders Throughout Central Ohio The economy across the 11-county Columbus Region is getting stronger. Over the past 182 months, public and private leaders have given their time and committed financially to supportColumbus 2020 IS FOCUSED the regional growth strategy called Columbus 2020. It is beginning to pay dividends throughoutON FOUR CORE PILLARS OF the region, and great progress is being made to achieve our 10-year goals. In 2011, nearly 150ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT companies relocated or expanded within our region, adding over $1.1 billion dollars of investment and announcing the creation of over 18,000 jobs. In 2012, the progress continues.5-11 Our region’s advantages are plentiful. Over 146,000 college students in more than 50 collegesA DIVERSE ANDGROWING ECONOMY and universities inhabit the region, our favorable location and logistics infrastructure supportThe Columbus Region has a diversified time to market operations, and our cost of doing business compares very favorably with our globaleconomy where no single major competition.industry sector represents morethan 18 percent of employment.This is more than a mere fact; it is a Challenges exist and more progress is needed to put talented people within our region to work –sustainable advantage for Central Ohio. from entry level workers and college students, to experienced workers in manufacturing, finance and insurance, and science and technology. Your continued engagement in the Columbus12 Region’s efforts is critical to our region’s success.WHAT IS JOBSOHIO?Using a private-sector approach, For those of you who have worked with our team, thank you. For those of you that would like toJobsOhio speaks the language of learn more, please connect with us at, on Twitter at @cbusregion orbusiness, enabling Ohio to be morenimble, flexible and competitive in its give us a call at 614.225.6063.economic development efforts.15COLumbus region attractionS& expansions ytd 2012 Kenny McDonald Chief Economic Officer16-17the columbus region map22the new columbus chamber:creating connections forbusiness successAs the business climate and regionaleconomic development practices haveevolved, so has the Columbus Chamber.While staying true to its original missionof serving business, this organization ismaking a dramatic change to the wayit operates. Board24 Members The Honorable Marilyn Brownthe columbus region Chairman: Franklin County Boardlogistics council: moving Alex Fischer of Commissionersthe industry forward President and CEO The Columbus Partnership The Honorable Mayor MichaelThrough truck, rail, air and port, the Co- Coleman, City of Columbuslumbus Region logistics infrastructure President:gets freight where it needs to be, when Kenny McDonald Charles Dutchit needs to be there. Columbus’ global Chief Economic Officer Center Directorreach offers many advantages via its Columbus 2020 Boeing Corporationstrategic location, wealth of talent andresources. In fact, Inbound Logistics Treasurer: John C. “Jack” Fishermagazine ranks Columbus as one of the John W. Partridge Executive Vice Presidentnation’s logistics hotspots. President, Columbia Gas Ohio Farm Bureau of Ohio, Inc. Michael C. Keller26 Secretary: Eric Phillips Executive Vice President, CIO NationwideTECH COLUMBUS: PROMISING Executive Director,STARTUPS FLOURISH IN COLUMBUS Be informed Union County Gregory R. Overmyer Stay-up-to-date on the Columbus Region by reading Economic Economic Development Chief Executive OfficerAs Columbus’ knowledge-based economy Development Matters, a weekly e-publication by Kenny McDonald, Partnership Overmyer Hall Associatescontinues to accelerate, more and more Chief Economic Officer. Economic Development Matters isstartups are emerging and progressing published each Monday and is distributed to those interested in Assistant Secretary: Dr. Mark Smithpast their tenuous early stages into economic development in the Columbus Region. If you would like Laing Akers President to receive this weekly electronic update, email sb@columbusregion. Senior Attorney Ohio Christian Universitygrowth and exit stages. com and asked to be added to the subscriber list. Squire Sanders David Williams, Ph.D., Sc.D. Members: Dean & Presidential Professor27 Follow us @CBUSRegion Connect Columbus 2020 David Blom President and CEO, OhioHealth College of Engineering The Ohio State UniversityFIRST CUSTOMER INITIATIVE
  4. 4. 2 (614) 225-6063 | 2012 progress report Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First | 05.25.12 the columbus region’s growth strategy ABOUT Columbus 2020 IS FOCUSED COLUMBUS 2020: ON FOUR CORE PILLARS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT A Regional Strategy for Growth to Meet Our Economic Times Columbus 2020 is a bold public-private partnership that leverages the strengths of the Columbus Region’s talented workforce, small and large businesses, research and academic institutions, and international connections to ignite economic growth and build a healthier, more sustainable future for Central Ohio. The initiative grows our economy by ensuring that our existing companies are expanding and thriving, that the world’s leading companies are attracted to the Columbus Region, that innovations are cultivated and commercialized, and that our civic infrastructure is continually improving to meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving world economy. THE PLAN This unique public-private partnership leverages dollars raised from the private sector and places the Columbus Retain and expand the companies and Region in a competitive position from which it can staff industries that call Central Ohio home by: a professional economic development team to market • Developing and managing key relationships with established the Region and provide solutions to local businesses. local businesses • Leveraging existing industries and their supply chains • Strengthening support services for businesses • Improving competitiveness of economic sectors Attract major employers to establish operations in the Columbus Region by: • Generating new business opportunities through outreach • Providing prospect management services • Marketing the Columbus Region nationally and internationally Create more commercial enterprises by leveraging the Region’s research assets and entrepreneurs by: • Supporting Entrepreneurial programs and services • Improving access to customers for high potential companies • Leveraging The Ohio State University, Battelle and other institutions associated with tech commercialization Improve the civic infrastructure and political conditions that enhance the economic development environment by: • Informing policy makers by providing client feedback • Leveraging our regional platform to increase economic development dialogue • Improving the regional “product” by working proactively with communities on workforce and infrastructure issues. GOALS • Add 150,000 net new jobs by 2020 • Increase personal per capita income by 30% • Add eight billion dollars of capital investment • Be recognized as a national leader in economic development
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  7. 7. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 5 the columbus region’s growth strategyA DIVERSE AND GROWING ECONOMYThe Columbus Region has a diversified economy where nosingle major industry sector represents more than 17 percent of a diverse economy = a stable communityemployment. This is more than a mere fact; it is a sustainableadvantage for Central Ohio. TRANSPORTATION & UTILITIES WHOLESALE TRADE 11% 4%The Columbus Region is a logistics and manufacturing hub, 5% RETAIL MANUFACTURING FINANCIALrepresented most notably by the automotive sector and anchored ACTIVITES TRADEby Honda and its many regional suppliers. It is also a growing 7% 8%finance and insurance center, anchored by the region’s largestemployer J.P. Morgan Chase and a number of large insurancecompanies including Nationwide. The Columbus Region is also 16%a college town, with over 146,000 enrolled college students PROFESSIONAL 17% & BUS. SVCS. GOVERNMENTacross the 11-country region. Fifteen Fortune 1000 companiesare headquartered in the region, and the area is increasinglyrecognized as a hotbed of science and technology companies. 14%World renowned institutions and companies like Battelle, The Ohio EDUCATION & HEALTH 10%State University, Chemical Abstracts, Abbott Labs, and Mantarepresent this sector – among others. Over 600 foreign-owned LEISURE & HOSPITALITYfirms have invested in the Columbus Region. Finally, agribusinessis a sector with a long tradition of innovation and contributesgreatly to the welfare of the communities of Central Ohio. economic SECTORS
  8. 8. 6 (614) 225-6063 | 2012 progress report Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First | 05.25.12 the columbus region’s growth strategy economic SECTORS MANUFACTURING NOTABLE MANUFACTURING EMPLOYERS Company Operations Employment Honda of America Automobiles, engines, research and development 10,200 Whirlpool Corp. Home appliances 3,066 Abbott Nutrition Nutritional/pharmaceutical products 2,200 Emerson Network Power/ Power and environmental control systems 2,000 Liebert Corp. TS Tech North America Automotive interior parts 1,720 Worthington Industries Steel processing, pressure cylinder products, 1,470 metal framing and steel pallets Anchor Hocking Co. Glass tabletop and bakeware 1,200 Rolls-Royce Energy Power systems for use on land, sea and air 1,200 Systems Boehringer Roxane Inc. Pharmaceuticals 1,100 Owens Corning Industrial and automotive insulation 1,024 SECTOR INFORMATION • There are nearly 1,800 manufacturers in the Columbus Region • Manufacturing contributed $9.1 billion to regional economic output in 2010 • Manufacturers in the region experienced 43% increase in productivity (output per worker) from 2001 to 2010 S TAT E A U T O . C O M WORKFORCE & EDUCATION • Nearly 80,000 people are employed in the manufacturing sector within the 11-county region • Manufacturing represents nearly 20.0% of workforce in nine of the 11 counties in the region • Output per worker in fabricated metal manufacturing of $114,879 is 24% higher than the national average • 5.2% of the private sector within the Columbus Region is unionized: the national average Proud is 6.9% • Educational institutions specific to manufacturing include; The Ohio State University, Central Ohio Technical College, Columbus State Community College, Ohio University- to be a part of Lancaster and six vocational/technical schools BUSINESS ADVANTAGES • Accessibility to nearly 50% of the U.S. and Canadian population within one day Columbus’ past, • No personal property tax, no inventory tax, no state income tax • Access to world-class industry resources including: - Edison Welding Institute (EWI) present and future - The Ohio Manufacturing Institute (OMI) at The Ohio State University - Four intermodal logistics operations to receive and distribute manufactured goods
  9. 9. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 7 the columbus region’s growth strategy Growth is never by economic SECTORS mere chance; it is the result of forces working together. - James Cash Penney Our law firm is proud to support Columbus2020 in its mission of nuturing LOGISTICS economic development in Central Ohio.NOTABLE LOGISTICS EMPLOYERSCompany Operations Employment Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLPDefense Supply Center/ Defense logistics, weapons system supply 3,000Defense Logistics Agency 1100 Fifth Third Center, 21 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 Columbus | Cleveland | Cincinnati | calfee.comExel Contract logistics provider 1,900United Parcel Service Package delivery, global specialized 1,623 transportation and logistics servicesWalmart Distribution Retail distribution 920FedEx Package delivery, global specialized 700 transportation and logistics servicesKimball Midwest Inc. Products and services for maintenance 700 and repair operationsTarget Distribution Center Retail distribution 600Midwest Express Third-party logistics services 598Access Drywall Supply Full-service drywall warehouse and distribution 450Pacer International Inc. Transportation and logistics services 450SECTOR INFORMATION• Over 4,400 logistics/distribution operations YOUR PARTNER• 22.1% growth projected (2006-2016) for the transportation and warehousing sector IN PACKAGING• World-class multi-modal infrastructure including four intermodal facilities served by mainline rail (CSX and Norfolk Southern) & LOGISTICSWORKFORCE & EDUCATION Vista Packaging & Logistics, a certified woman–owned• Nearly 80,000 employees are employed in the logistics industry within the 11-county area business, has provided clients with customized logistics• 9% of the region’s workforce are employed in the logistics sector solutions that consistently lower labor cost, reduce storage• The region offers a comprehensive logistics and supply chain education network (high-school to Ph.D.) costs and increase operational efficiencies for the last 27 years. With locations in Columbus and Cincinnati, we offerBUSINESS ADVANTAGES contract packaging, warehousing, and distribution services• No inventory or personal property tax that help speed up the supply chain for manufacturers,• Accessibility to nearly 50% of the U.S. and Canadian population within one day retailers, and distributors. With our tireless work-ethic and• The Columbus Region Logistics Council is one of the largest locally led industry associations dedicated to the ongoing competitiveness of the logistics industry passion to create bottom line results, we’ve developed a• Home to Rickenbacker International Airport (cargo focused) and Foreign Trade Zone #138 reputation as an industry leader in providing complete turnkey packaging solutions. In short, we’re in the difference-making business. Let us make a difference for you. 4700 Fisher Road | Columbus, OH 43228 P: 614.851.8888 |
  10. 10. 8 (614) 225-6063 | 2012 progress report Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First | 05.25.12 the columbus region’s growth strategy economic SECTORS Proud to call Columbus home for over 25 years Since 1987, River Consulting has leveraged the unique assets of Central Ohio to provide a premier workplace for technical SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY professionals, and to deliver innovative industrial solutions to clients, in Ohio, coast to coast, NOTABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY EMPLOYERS and around the world. Company Operations Employment Battelle Memorial Independent non-profit research and 2,367 Institute development Abbott Nutrition Nutritional/pharmaceutical products 2,200 Alliance Data Marketing, credit and transaction solutions 2,053 Chemical Abstracts Chemical information databases 1,300 Ashland Performance Specialty chemical products and services 1,000 IBM Applications and integrations solutions 725 OCLC Online Computer Non-profit computer library service and 715 Library Center Inc. research organization Transportation Independent automotive research, 512 A productive, educated, and Research Center development and testing solutions Information Control Corp. IT services provider 330 engaged workforce is the engine Nestle Food and beverage product technology 290 for all economic development... SECTOR INFORMATION • Over 2,000 science and technology establishments in the Columbus Region • Ranked the 3rd best city for tech jobs by Forbes magazine (2011) • The Ohio State University research expenditures totaled nearly $830 million (2011) WORKFORCE & EDUCATION • 46,580 people are employed in science and technology occupations in the MSA - Improving Lives. • The average salary within this sector is $73,778 (Occupational Employment Statistics 2010) • The Columbus Region is home to over 54 college and university campuses and over 145,000 enrolled students BUSINESS ADVANTAGES • Access to one of the highest concentrations of college students in the United States • Home to Battelle Memorial Institute, the world’s leading private research institution • Access to the Ohio Third Frontier program, a $2.3 billion initiative providing funding for open innovation, entrepreneurial support, value chain development, and expansion of a skilled talent pool that can support technology-based economic growth Quality * Trust * Excellence
  11. 11. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 9 the columbus region’s growth strategy economic SECTORS Going places. Our region is on the move and we are happy to be a part of it. Columbus 2020 is helping to point the way. A higher return on experience. HEADQUARTERS & BUSINESS SERVICES Contact:NOTABLE HEADQUARTERS AND BUSINESS SERVICES EMPLOYERS Robert Shenton, Columbus office managing partnerCompany Operations Employment 614.222.9064 robert.shenton@plantemoran.comJP Morgan Chase Financial services 17,438 plantemoran.comNationwide Insurance and financial services 11,235Limited Brands Inc. Women’s apparel, personal care products 6,000Huntington Financial services 4,689 YOUR EXPERIENCEBancshares Inc.Cardinal Health Inc. Medical products and services 4,138Medco Health Pharmacy benefits management 3,831Solutions Inc.American ElectricPower Co. Investor-owned electric utility 3,527 TOOK YOUAbercrombie & FitchAlliance Data Specialty retailer Marketing, credit and transaction solutions 2,998 2,053 TO THE TOP.State Farm Insurance Co. Insurance and financial services 1,854 OURS CAN HELP YOU STAY THERE.SECTOR INFORMATION• Home to 15 Fortune 1,000 headquarters/6 Fortune 500 headquarters• Financial and other business services account for nearly $39 billion in annual economic output• Major insurance headquarters within the region employ more than 26,000 workers• Nearly 9,000 are employed by worldwide apparel companies such as The Limited, Abercrombie & Fitch and DSW Ice Miller LLP works with growing organizations to refine and implement economic development strategies,WORKFORCE & EDUCATION from the basics all the way to the most complex. We• 40% of the region’s population – age 25 or older – holds an associate’s degree or higher provide full service business growth and development• The Columbus Region is home to over 54 college and university campuses and over strategies to corporations, organizations and state and 145,000 enrolled students local governments in a variety of economic developmentBUSINESS ADVANTAGES areas including corporate site selection, real estate• Both KPMG and E&Y recently ranked Ohio as one of the top 5 tax climates and land use, government relations, infrastructure in the United States development and incentive negotiations for grants, tax• The annual cost of living is less than the national average• The Intelligent Community Forum recognized The Columbus Region as a Smart21 credits and loans. Intelligent Community of 2012 Chicago ∙ Cleveland ∙ Columbus ∙ DuPage County, Ill. ∙ Indianapolis ∙ Washington, D.C.
  12. 12. 10 (614) 225-6063 | 2012 progress report Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First | 05.25.12 the columbus region’s growth strategy economic SECTORS Researchers around the world know CAS. Do you? Scientists around the world rely on CAS to provide the most complete collection of information about chemistry and related sciences. CAS enables scientific achievement worldwide and proudly supports Columbus 2020! as it helps advance economic AGRIBUSINESS development initiatives for Central Ohio. NOTABLE AGRIBUSINESS EMPLOYERS Company Operations Employment Battelle Memorial Institute Independent non-profit research and 2,367 development Abbott Nutrition Nutritional products, medical products, 2,200 pharmaceuticals Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. Consumer lawn and garden products, 1,165 professional horticulture products Ashland Performance Specialty chemical products, services and solutions 1,000 Materials Anheuser-Busch Inc. Beer manufacturing, packing and shipping 580 Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals 550 DuPont Films used in photovoltaics 519 Select Sires, Inc. Livestock genetics 500 Nestle Research and development for nutrition, 290 health and wellness products ConAgra Snack Foods Microwave popcorn production 270 SECTOR INFORMATION • There are more than 1,600 businesses and 10,000 unincorporated farms in central Ohio • 51,530 people are employed in the agribusiness sector within the 11-county area • Agribusiness accounts for $17.7 billion in economic output, 11% of the regional economy • Value-added output per employee is $74,491, compared to the national average of $67,525 WORKFORCE & EDUCATION • The Columbus Region has seen dramatic growth in agricultural and food science technicians and scientists • The Ohio State University’s Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center is home to researchers of every department touching on agriculture, with focus areas of advanced bioenergy and biobased products; environmental quality and sustainability; and food security, production and human health BUSINESS ADVANTAGES • Over 95% of all agribusiness research in Ohio is conducted at The Ohio State University • Battelle is a leading technology and service provider to the agrochemical and food industry, with services in agrochemical product development, animal health product development, and food quality and safety
  13. 13. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 11 the columbus region’s growth strategy economic SECTORS working together Sharing a common goal. We enjoy living and working in our community for the same reasons you do – the celebrated traditions, the recreational opportunities, and the company of others who share our dreams. We’re proud to support Columbus2020 and the economic development and leadership that will help our city reach its growth potential. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS go to INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYERSCompany Operations EmploymentHonda of America Automobiles, engines, research 10,200 ©2012 KeyCorp. KeyBank is Member FDIC. is a federally registered service mark of and development KeyCorp. CS10898-14259Exel Contract logistics provider 1,900TS Tech North America Automotive interior parts 1,720Teleperformance Outsourcing call center 1,682Rolls-Royce Power systems for use on land, sea and air 1,200Energy SystemsSafelite AutoGlass Vehicle glass repair and replacement, 1,156 insurance third party administratorBoehringer Roxane Inc.Stanley Electric U.S., Co. Pharmaceuticals Automotive lighting design, construction, maintenance, production and assembly 1,100 750 Bricker & Eckler LLPMettler-Toledo Manufacturer and supplier of precision instruments 705Cardington Yutaka Tech. Automotive parts, exhaust systems, torque and 700 catalytic convertersSECTOR INFORMATION Bricker & Eckler is• Home to nearly 600 international firms• Japan, the United Kingdom and Canada are the largest foreign investors in the region• Over 39,000 are employed by foreign owned companies in the Columbus Region proud to partner withWORKFORCE & EDUCATION• Over 7% of the Columbus metro area population is foreign born• The Ohio State University has over 6,000 foreign students enrolled (China: 2,500) Columbus2020• Over 109 languages are spoken in the Columbus school systemBUSINESS ADVANTAGES to strategically position• KPMG and E&Y have both ranked Ohio within the Top 5 business climates in the U.S.• The Columbus Region is served by a strong network of professional service providers that specialize in assisting international companies the Columbus region in• Sites and buildings available in Foreign Trade Zone #138 for value-added export operations accomplishing its economic development objectives. Bricker & Eckler LLP 100 South Third Street Columbus, OH 43215 COLUMBUS 1.877.925.6446 CLEVELAND CINCINNATI-DAYTON
  14. 14. 12 (614) 225-6063 | 2012 progress report Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First | 05.25.12 the columbus region’s growth strategyWHAT IS JOBSOHIO?JobsOhio is a private, nonprofit corporation guided bya business-minded Governor and a highly accomplishedboard of directors, designed to lead Ohio’s job-creationefforts by singularly focusing on attracting and retainingjobs, with an emphasis on strategic industry sectors. Usinga private-sector approach, JobsOhio speaks the languageof business, enabling Ohio to be more nimble, flexible andcompetitive in its economic development efforts.WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEENJOBSOHIO AND COLUMBUS 2020?Columbus 2020 is the JobsOhio network partner for the11 county Central Ohio region which includes Delaware,Franklin, Fairfield, Licking, Logan, Knox, Madison, Marion,Morrow, Pickaway and Union Counties.As a network partner, Columbus 2020 serves as theprimary point of entry for business attraction, retentionand expansion projects that are focused on the 11 countyregion and seeking access to information and selectresources. Columbus 2020 works in collaboration withJobsOhio in marketing and promoting the State of Ohioand The Columbus Region globally. Benchmark Apartments Mid-Ohio Foodbank St. Vincent Family Center Jonathan B arnes Architec ture and D esign Ltd. Rogers Krajnak Architec ts Inc. M+A Architec ts 2041 Arlingate Lane Retain—Keeping our city strong. Expand—Making our communities Columbus, Ohio 43228 stronger. Attract—Grow and develop Columbus for even greater success. 614.876.9484 Ruscilli Construction supports the initiatives of Columbus 2020. w w w. r u s c i l l i . co m
  15. 15. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 13 the columbus region’s growth strategy WITHJOBSOHIO+ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM: Columbus 2020 2011-2012 REORGANIZED AND RE-ENERGIZED • Statewide Collaboration • State Project Management In the past two years, the Columbus WITH • Multi-region Collaboration Columbus 2020 • Expand To An 11 County Region has dramatically expanded 2010-2011 Region its regional economic development support and outreach through • Outreach To Location • Outreach To Location Columbus 2020 and JobsOhio. Advisors Advisors • International Marketing • International Marketing • Hosting Of Location Advisors • Hosting Of Location Advisors • Regional Branding/Imaging • Regional Branding/Imaging • Coordination With 8 Counties • Coordination With 8 Counties • First Customer Program • First Customer Program • OSU/Battelle Collaboration • OSU/Battelle Collaboration • Collaboration With Local • Collaboration With Local Economic Development Economic Development Organizations Organizations BEFORE • MODE Collaboration • MODE Collaboration Columbus 2020 • Valuable Economic Research • Valuable Economic Research 2009 • General Marketing • General Marketing • General Marketing • Earned Media • Earned Media • Earned Media • Prospect Management • Prospect Management • Prospect Management • 3 Full Time Professionals THINK SMART. THINK PROGRESS. THINK DOWNTOWN. Photo courtesy of Randall L. Schieber Downtown is everyone’s neighborhood. Ready for business. Ready for you. MAKE IT HAPPEN. CONTACT: City of Columbus Economic Development Division to learn more about job incentives, loans and grants. 614-645-8616 Kacey Brankamp, Retail Recruiter, at Capital Crossroads SID for information about retail space or to discuss downtown consumer markets. Michael B. Coleman, Mayor 614-645-5095 | |
  16. 16. OSU Wexner Medical Center Huntington Park 10 West Nationwide Hilton Columbus Downtown New Main Hospital, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Research Building III, Nationwide Children’s HospitalBUILDING TOMORROW, DAY AFTER DAY.On behalf of our 230 employees in the Columbus region, we’re proud to playa role in shaping Columbus’ horizon. Because we think globally and buildlocally, we are able to offer clients the accessibility and support of a localfirm with the stability and resources of a multi-national organization.Teamwork, integrity and commitment are pillars of our core values. Phone: 614.781.8550
  17. 17. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 15 the columbus region’s growth strategy COLUMBUS REGION ATTRACTIONS & EXPANSIONS YTD 2012 Company Description County No. of jobs New/ Expansion/ Retention Access America Transport Freight services Franklin 28 Expansion Agri-Industrial Products LLC Manufacturer/distributor of replacement parts for agricultural, landscaping, and industrial markets Franklin NA Expansion Aleris Residential aluminum building products Pickaway 68 Expansion Ariel Corporation Gas compressors Knox 100 Expansion ASK Chemical LP Chemicals Franklin 74 Retention / Expansion Banner Metals Manufacturer of parts for aviation, auto, construction equipment Franklin 40 Expansion Boeing Corporation Electrostatically supported gyro navigation repair line Licking NA Expansion Call Copy Information services and software Franklin 60 Expansion Cardington Yutaka Tier II Honda supplier Morrow 200 Expansion Cleverley & Associates Health care data and cost analysis for hospitals Franklin 34 Retention / Expansion Closed Loop Refining and Recovery Electronic recycling Franklin 55 Attraction Columbus Galvanizing Steel galvanizing Franklin NA Expansion ContactUS LLC Contact center for clients in need of inbound and outbound support Franklin NA Expansion Exel Logistics Franklin 275 Attraction F.T. Precision Rocker arms supplier for Honda Knox 100 Expansion FIMM USA, Inc. Manufacturer of metallic broom and mop handles, tools and snow shovels Franklin 25 Attraction HFI LLC Honda supplier Fairfield 205 Retention / Expansion Honda R&D Automotive research and development Union NA Expansion Honda Transmission Automatic transmissions for Accord, Acura TL, Acura MDX, Acura RDX Logan 100 Expansion Honda/Acura Autmotive manufacturing Logan NA Expansion Howard Hanna Real estate brokerage office Franklin 50 Attraction Hubbard Enterprises, LLC Manufacturer of rigs for oil and gas industry Fairfield 40 Attraction Humana Office Franklin 200 Expansion ITM Marketing Call center Licking 100 Attraction J P Morgan Chase Financial services Delaware 350 Expansion La Senza Fashion retailer Franklin 50 Expansion Manifold & Phalor, Inc. Metal products fabrication, die and mold refurbishing and engineering services. Fairfield 30 Expansion Marcy Industries Fabrication, machining, welding Marion 6 Expansion Nestle USA Research laboratory Franklin 200 Retention / Expansion Oxford Consulting Group, Inc. IT consulting Franklin 50 Expansion Pacer International Logistics Franklin 455 Retention / Expansion PACS Switch gears and control panels Knox 155 Retention / Expansion Quantum Health Inc Management of health care benefits and services Franklin 525 Expansion Rampart Hosting LLC Information Services and Software Franklin 39 Expansion Rele Sales and distribution center of protective floor boards Franklin 2 Attraction Resource Ventures, LTD Online marketing services and consulting Franklin 163 Expansion Rolls-Royce Energy Systems Gas powered turbines Knox 335 Retention / Expansion RxScan medical bracelet scanners for pharmaceutical use Delaware 13 Retention / Expansion Switchbox Inc. Web development and IT solutions Franklin 40 Expansion Tech International Tire repair and wheel services Licking 29 Expansion Veeva Systems Cloud based business services Franklin 9 Expansion Veriano Fine Foods & Spirits Tessora Limone and other spirited beverage products Franklin 15 Attraction Yachiyo Manfucturer of gas tanks for Honda Marion 40 Expansion Zulily, Inc. E-commerce fufillment center Franklin 580 Attraction ONE OF THE BEST For the second year in a row we have been chosen as One of the Best Employers in Ohio. EMPLOYERS IN OHIO At Commerce National Bank were proud of our banking staff. We are a team working together to provide our clients with the best banking services available. When you call Commerce with a problem you will reach someone who wants to help you resolve the issue. We are so very proud of the company we keep. 614-583-2200
  18. 18. 16 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First Collaboration Equals Marion CAN DO! Jobs for Columbus M Marion County C Mario Union County Community partnerships will bring new jobs and 68 increased investments Logan to the eleven-county County U Union Columbus Region. C County Bellfontaine Bellfontaine Communities including 4 the City of Columbus and Franklin County are Delaware investing through the Mid-Ohio Development Logan County Chamber of Commerce Exchange (MODE). Marysville 161 City of Bexley City of Columbus City of Whitehall City of Dublin City of Worthington City of Gahanna Franklin Columbus Regional Airport Authority London County City of Grandview Heights Madison Columbus-Franklin County County City of Grove City Finance Authority City of Groveport Franklin County City of Hilliard Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Pick Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) Commission Co City of New Albany Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) Village of Obetz Intermodal Terminal City of Reynoldsburg Dual Rail Industrial Park City of Upper Arlington National Gateway Corridor Heartland Rail Corridor Pic City of Westerville City of London National Freight Rail Line www Madison County CIC Major US/State Highway Interstate Highway Industrial Parks
  19. 19. 2012 progress report: the columbus region’s growth strategy (614) 225-6063 | 17 Morrow County Development Office Mount Area Development Gilead Foundation of Knox Countyn 61 Kno Knox County Coun City of Delaware Morrow w County Mount City of Powell Vernon Delaware County 13 Delaware County City of Pataskala 3 Licking Licking County County Chamber of Commerce Newark 161 79 Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) Intermodal Terminal Dual Rail Industrial Park National Gateway Corridor Heartland Rail Corridor National Freight Rail Line Fairfield Major US/State Highway County Lancaster Interstate Highwaykawayounty Industrial Parks Circleville Circle City of Canal Winchester City of Pickerington www.pickeringtondevelopment.comckaway Progress Fairfield 33 Parternship Development Alliance Violet Township
  20. 20. 05.25.12 | Advertising Supplement to Columbus Business First 2012 progress report (614) 225-6063 | 19 the columbus region’s growth strategy INDICATORS NET NEW JOBS Mar 2012: 974,368 OF SUCCESS Gain of 28,122 jobs Jan 2010: fromJanuary 2010 946,246 to March 2012 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Local Area Unemployment Statistic, Seasonally Adjusted PER CAPITA INCOME capital investment - announced ($ thousands) In the first four months of 2012, announced capital investment is at $646 million. This is already more than half the $1.13 billion estimate for 2011. Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Accounts Source: Columbus 2020, 2011-2012; Ohio Private Investment Survey (2011 data and 2008-2010 revisions to be released in August 2012). 2007-2010, Ohio Department of Development