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Recent Economic News

Economic news breaks every day in the Columbus Region. Our list of economic partners is expanding as new companies come aboard. Those partners are taking advantage of the business-friendly environment in the region and are adding new locations, expanding their workforce, introducing new products, hosting events & more.

Stay connected with the exciting economic development wins in the Columbus Region. If your company has an economic win to share, contact Diana Yates with the details.

For a more in-depth analysis of the economic news, check out the Columbus Region’s Economic Development Matters blog for insights and analysis of these news releases.

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Artists with developmental disabilities bring spirit to Ohio Craft Museum | The Columbus Dispatch

Artists with developmental disabilities bring spirit to Ohio Craft Museum.

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Dual projects on Lancaster’s west side continue | Lancaster Eagle Gazette

Two major construction projects on the west side of the city are both in different stages, but continue to advance.

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Logan Elm School District enters new phase of building project | Circleville Herald

The Logan Elm School District has moved into the next phase of its building construction.

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Leading the country in prosperity is worthy goal for One Columbus | The Columbus Dispatch

Leading the country in prosperity is worthy goal for One Columbus.

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From church to chai: Check out the new Stauf’s on Neil Avenue | Columbus Business First

Stauf’s Coffee Roasters is growing again. The Columbus-based coffee roaster and cafe operator opened its newest addition at 1334 Neil... View Article

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Population matters in Licking County | Newark Advocate

Licking County has grown by almost 10,000 residents since 2010.

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Columbus Foundation grants reach record-breaking $224 million since 1944 | Columbus Underground

For the third straight year, the Columbus Foundation and its donors set a record for investments made into communities, granting... View Article

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Stakeholder capitalism is an opportunity to reshape education, Denison University president says | Boston Globe

Stakeholder capitalism is an opportunity to reshape education, Denison University president says.

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Delaware County growth driving OSU-M enrollment jump | Marion Star

A total of 1,275 students are enrolled for classes this fall at The Ohio State University at Marion. That marks an... View Article

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Root shoots up: How this fast-growing startup is disrupting the auto insurance industry | Columbus Business First

Root Insurance sold its first auto policy in October 2016. Since then, 3.5 million drivers have downloaded its app to... View Article