JobsOhio Network

Strong Support Across the State

The JobsOhio Regional network is comprised of six economic development partners and the key to the state's success. Each region’s unique strengths, perspective, and experience come together to strategically serve companies. 

Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth
Southeast Region
John Molinaro, President and CEO

The Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth serves companies and site consultants by acting as the single point of entry into the region it serves. APEG works with counties and communities to ensure seamless attraction into its region. APEG also provides assistances to established companies looking to grow their businesses.

Columbus 2020
Central Region
Kenny McDonald, President and CEO

Central location, educated workforce, and economic diversity. The thriving state capitol and surrounding central Ohio counties has the highest growth rate in the state. Learn about its ambitious economic strategy.

Dayton Development Coalition
Western Region
Jeff Hoagland, President and CEO

Explore the possibilities in the western section of Ohio, where you’ll find a thriving tech sector, easy access to transportation and an enviably low cost of living in Dayton, Springfield and neighboring cities.

REDI Cincinnati
Southwest Region
Johnna Reeder, President and CEO

A progressive region in Southwest Ohio that is recognized as a global business center with 10 Fortune 500 companies, more than 400 foreign-owned firms and great accessibility to customers and suppliers across the world.

Regional Growth Partnership
Northwest Region
Dean Monske, President and CEO

Representing northwest Ohio and advocating for business development in Toledo and surrounding cities. Easy access to Great Lakes seaports, major interstates, and one of the busiest cargo airports in the U.S.

Team NEO/Cleveland Plus
Northeast Region
Bill Koehler, Chief Executive Officer

Team NEO advances the economic goals of northeast Ohio, including Cleveland, Akron, Canton, and surrounding communities. Discover the opportunities in this region of more than 4 million residents and an economy of $140 billion.