Stonecrop Technologies has announced plans for an assembly and fulfillment center that will also serve as the company’s regional headquarters and create more than 50 new jobs.
Columbus 2020 has been named a recipient of the 2018 Mac Conway Award for Excellence in Economic Development by Site Selection magazine, a national publication geared toward those in the decision-making process for expansions and relocations.
The digital insurance agency whose technology enables borrowers to purchase homeowner's insurance during the mortgage transaction will add 50 new jobs in Columbus.
Koorsen, one of the nation’s largest fire and security companies, has announced plans to expand its operations in Columbus, investing more than $1 million and creating 25 new jobs.
The Columbus Region made Site Selection magazine’s ‘Top 10 Metro Areas’ list for a sixth consecutive year.
Columbus 2020 will be recognized as the "International Organization of the Year." The annual event recognizes companies and individuals that have made outstanding contributions to global education and inclusiveness in the Columbus community.
Sedgwick, a leading global provider of technology-enabled risk and benefits solutions, has announced plans to expand its operations in the Columbus Region, creating more than 100 new jobs.
The tier one automotive supplier has announced plans to invest more than $1.2 million in East Liberty to increase its capacity for strut manufacturing and bumper assembly, creating 40 new jobs.
The manufacturer, which performs laser cutting, CNC machining, robotic and manual welding, stamping and plasma cutting, has announced plans to expand its facility in Marion and create 55 new jobs.
Columbus 2020 senior project manager Chris Strayer brings to the Mid-America EDC more than 15 years of land use planning, civil and environmental engineering, construction, land development and government experience.