The Columbus Region receives national and international acclaim from a variety of sources for our business climate, quality of life and affordability. Below are some of the most recent accolades.
Root Insurance, SafeChain and several Central Ohio entrepreneurs were among statewide winners of 2018 VentureOhio awards celebrating tech companies backed by risk capital.
The Business Journals’ Influencers: Finance spotlights 100 financial executives who are having an impact on business being done in communities across the nation.
This 3-year-old insurance company, which gained its Unicorn status after a $100 million funding round last month, uses A.I. to reward good drivers and deny bad ones. It plans to offer coverage nationwide, pending regulatory approvals, by the end of next year.
Columbus, Ohio has become a hotbed for creativity, with innovative artisans upping the city’s cool factor. These 10 makers – some whose names you might recognize (Hello, Jeni!) and some who are about to make a name for themselves – represent the best of a city emerging as a top travel destination.
A comparison of the ten largest women-owned businesses in 2008 and 2018.
Columbus is No. 23 of the top-ranked tech talent markets, registering as one of the greatest rise in market rankings.
COTA has been named the best-operated mid-size transit system in North America by its national trade group – even before the debut of bus rapid transit and online fare payments.
Tech jobs are some of the hottest in the country. And the increasingly available opportunities to work in tech deliver high salaries, to boot. But because some of the traditional tech hubs are clustered in the cities with the highest cost of living, like New York or San Francisco, that tech pay may not always go... View Article
It’s no easy task to select just nine of the over 100 social enterprises striving to make an impact on the Central Ohio community.
If you’re looking for an up-and-coming city with a growing business scene, you won’t find popular destinations like New York City or Los Angeles on any list.
Credit union membership is growing across the U.S. The Credit Union National Association’s U.S. Credit Union Profile for March 2018 showed member counts grew by 4.3 percent from March 2017 to March 2018, when national membership reached 112.7 million.
Most of the fastest growing cities in America are in the Sun Belt or the Pacific Northwest, but one city in “fly-over” country is keeping pace—Columbus, Ohio. Realtor.com recently ranked Columbus as America’s fourth-hottest housing market based on the number of hits each listing receives and time on the market.
The economic impact of Ohio’s manufacturing industry is growing with the state’s population, even as it deals with issues ranging from finding workers to dealing with tariffs.
The economic impact of tourism in Delaware County generated by visitor spending was $1.4 billion in 2017. The impact was up $.1 billion or $100 million from the previous study conducted for 2015. Delaware County continues to rank in the top quintile for tourism in Ohio.
The honorees were chosen in several categories, including for-profit companies, institutions and nonprofit organizations. Private companies were separated by size.
The county was named the 11th happiest county in the U.S. by SmartAsset, a financial technology company which offers financial advice and tools to assist in decisions on homebuying, retirement, taxes and more.
Columbus’ housing market was just rated the #2 hot spot in the country according to Realtor.com with nearly every neighborhood experiencing similar attention.
A new ranking of the nation’s 500 most-valuable brands includes 27 from Ohio.
A national report issued Thursday confirms what Columbus-area home-shoppers already know: Demand for homes is high and supply is low in central Ohio.
Columbus ranks No. 8 for population growth among cities with populations of 50,000 or more between July 1, 2016 and July 1, 2o17.
Columbus ranks No. 10.
Ohio ranks No. 10 on the list, up one spot from 2017, based on a polling of CEOs.
Columbus ranks No. 1, noted for its affordability and access to job opportunities.
Columbus ranks No. 5.
Delaware County ranks No. 1.
Dublin-based Cardinal Health makes the list, in no particular order.
John Glenn Columbus International Airport ranks No. 3.
Columbus-based City Barbeque and Piada make the list, in no particular order.
Columbus ranks No. 9.
Columbus is one of four cities that “punch above their weight” in the size and impact of its internet sector, according to The Internet Association and National League of Cities.
Columbus ranks No. 6.
Columbus ranks No. 5.
National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus makes the list, in no particular order.
Columbus ranks No. 8, based on job growth, vacancy rates, affordability and inbound home searches.
Ohio ranks No. 4 on the list.
Cardinal Health, American Electric Power, L Brands and Mettler Toledo make the Global 2000 list at 281, 395, 828 and 1666, respectively.
Hilliard ranks No. 10.
Columbus ranks No. 3, up one spot from the previous year.
Marysville makes the list as the best for lifetime learners.