Selecting a location for a new business or expansion is daunting. Sure, almost every community in America can orchestrate ploys to entice your investment. But only Union County, Ohio offers everything you need to be successful. Our legacy of economic achievement is evidence.
Our goal is to provide you with the resources and insight that you need to succeed. As your first point-of-contact, we offer you years of knowledge and experience and a commitment to address your every need and concern. We thank you for the opportunity to serve you.
“…one of the greatest collections of engineering
and production talent in the world.”
Hidenobu Iwata, Former President & CEO
Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
In October, Kroger opened its new 126,000 SF Marketplace in Marysville. The Kroger Marketplace is the main anchor and first retailer to be constructed at Bethel Woods.
Company representative from Richwood Bank joined community leaders on October 4th for the groundbreaking of the new Marysville branch facility. The facility is anticipated to open in Summer 2017. Click here to read more.
MAI Manufacturing (MAI) recently completed its relocation/expansion to Marysville to accommodate company growth. Click here to read more.
Dickman Supply, Inc. opened its new 15,000 SF facility on Industrial Parkway in Marysville in June. Dickman Supply is an electrical and industrial supplier that first expanded to Marysville in 2013.
In June, Heritage Cooperative officially opened its new $35-million, 277 acre Agriculture Campus and Research Farm on Scottslawn Road in Marysville.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has awarded a $5.9 Million grant to pave the way for the creation of the NW 33 Smart Mobility Corridor. Click here to read more.
The Union County Community Improvement Corporation has launched a new website that is designed to connect employers, educators, and incumbent workers with various workforce development resources. This new portal includes links and in-depth information about local, regional, and statewide workforce programs, initiatives, educational opportunities, and events. Click here to visit the website.
A coalition of Career and Technical Centers, local manufacturers, and economic development organizations are working to develop the Mobile Manufacturing Training Lab (MMTL) Program with the goal of promoting technical positions in manufacturing to students, parents, educators, and community organizations.
For more information about the MMTL Program, including how it can change our Region’s workforce, please click here.
If you are interested in starting your own business in Union County, your first call should be to the Marysville Entrepreneurial Center (MEC). For more about the MEC, contact us at 614.989.2429 or by clicking here.
We appreciate the businesses that support our community. These companies have gone above and beyond in their support and contribution of our Economic Development efforts.
Manufacturing Day is a nationwide celebration of modern manufacturing. The City of Marysville and Union County has officially proclaimed the month of October as “Manufacturing Month” in recognition of the importance of the manufacturing sector. Click here to read more.
Whether you own an established business or are pondering the first steps on how to establish a new venture, Union County and the State of Ohio offer a number of resources designed to help you achieve the success you desire.
For a quick list of the services we provide, please click here. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please give us a call at 937.642-6279. We’re more than happy to help.
Union County is centrally located in the Columbus Region, the Midwest’s premier location for business and industry. With a regional workforce of over 1 million, an extensive transportation network, outstanding quality of life, and low cost of living and doing business, there is no doubt that choosing Union County and the Columbus Region for your business venture will lead to years of success. We invite you to learn more about the Columbus Region.
“For over 10 years, Union County has provided a strong foundation that has contributed to our success in launching our technology internationally as well as being recognized as a pioneer in our field of expertise.”
Dr. Paul Schubert, COO
To view all the testimonials, please click here.
Public Meeting Notices for the Union County Community Improvement Corporation and the Marysville-Union County Port Authority.