Columbus 2020 serves as the economic development organization for the 11-county Columbus Region, working in partnership with state and local partners to generate opportunity and build capacity for economic growth.
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By almost every measure, the Columbus region is leading Ohio and the Midwest in economic health, Columbus 2020 President and CEO Kenny McDonald said at the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Annual Legislative Breakfast at Green Hills’ Foundation Hall.
Columbus is the 14th largest U.S. city in population, directly behind San Francisco, with nearly 900,000 people. But those are stats. It’s the current generation of business leaders in Columbus that make the area so appealing.
Thanks to flourishing industries like logistics, technology, finance and e-commerce, both cities are shedding the “Rust Belt” and “flyover cities” monikers, as they experience impressive economic resurgences.