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.
Chief executives across the Columbus Region voted in our online poll to choose the CEO of the Year honorees. For 2019, we’re celebrating four winners and 12 finalists.
Ohio State had a record-breaking year for research in fiscal year 2019, with nearly $930 million in research expenditures.
Ohio State ranked in the top 10 nationally for study abroad and top 20 for international students.
Ohio ranked No. 3 state for business climate by Site Selection Magazine.
We are proud to be in our second decade of recognizing the region’s best-in-class businesses.
Columbus is a top 10 best city for veterans to live.
Columbus is the 26th easiest city to start a business in North America, according to a new report compiled by Arizona State University.
Here are Central Ohio’s 15 best public elementary schools.
Wolf’s Ridge Brewing’s Clear Sky Daybreak beer was awarded the silver medal in the coffee beer category at the Great American Beer Festival awards ceremony Saturday in Denver.
Columbus is the city where it takes the least time for renters to become homeowners.
Short North and Downtown Delaware are named two of the greatest places in America.
Our Leaderboard featuring Columbus region hospitals ranked by number of beds has been running since 2007.
Columbus is named a top 10 city for young, growing families.
It’s a great time to be looking for a new job in Central Ohio, and we’ve got a new list of the best employers in town.
Ohio is the No. 9 state for doing business.
Ohio Wesleyan University moves up in two categories in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of the nation’s 2020 Best Colleges released today.
Inc ranks Bark one of the world’s most beautiful offices.
Ohio State University ranked No. 54 on U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 list of best national universities, a two-spot climb from its appearance on last year’s list.
Our Leaderboard featuring the largest Columbus 3PL providers has been running since 2014. The magazine’s leaderboards feature selected business sectors each month.
Hospitals are the unstoppable machines of the Columbus economy.
Columbus ranks in top 25 cities for best work-life balance.
BrewDog’s DogHouse Hotel in Canal Winchester recently was named one of the best places to visit by a prominent national publication.
These 50 women-owned businesses in this year’s print list earned $2.51 billion in revenue in 2018.
Women earn an average of 5% more than men in Columbus. That’s one of the reasons the website named Columbus one of the best cities in America for female entrepreneurs.
Here are the top-rated and most-improved charter high schools in Columbus.
Forbes‘ 12th annual ranking of the 500 best colleges in the country includes 18 Ohio schools.
ESPN ranks Ohio State third among the top 50 programs of college football’s 150 years
Columbus ranks among the 25 best college towns for foodies.
VentureOhio has released its annual list of the 50 seed- and growth-stage companies across the state most primed for success in 2019 and beyond, and 25 Columbus companies make the list.
Here are Columbus’s top-rated and most-improved public high schools.
Columbus ranks No. 3 on shortest average commute time.
Three Ohio cities including Columbus landed among the Top 20 hottest housing markets in the nation in July, according to Realtor.com.
Ohio Wesleyan University is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduates to earn their college degrees, according to The Princeton Review’s newly released guidebook, “The Best 385 Colleges: 2020 Edition.”
Ohio ranks among the top states for aerospace manufacturing, according to a new report.
Columbus is in the top ten best cities for millennials to buy a home.
From teams running large corporate human resources divisions to a Lifetime Achievement winner who struck out on her own, meet some of the Columbus region’s top people people.
Columbus ranks the No. 1 U.S. City for tech jobs three years in a row.
The magazine cited Newark’s thriving sense of community, historic preservation efforts and a welcoming downtown filled with shops and arts venues as reasons for placing it among Ohio’s best hometowns.
Business Facilities’ 2019 Metro Rankings Report takes a look at the hot topics in economic development on the city level, including job growth, economic growth potential, tech opportunities and more.