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Hilliard Economic Development Efforts Highlighted

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Think of the economic development landscape in Central Ohio like a quilt. Each patch has its own unique identity, but they all come together to form one cohesive unit.

That’s how Kenny McDonald, CEO of the Columbus Partnership, sees it. And that’s how he pitches the region when marketing Central Ohio to businesses around the world.

Hilliard wants advanced manufacturing and long-term jobs

City of Hilliard Economic Development Director David Meadows said the city wants to attract and grow high-wage jobs and bring in quality development. He wants to specifically target advanced manufacturing and skilled jobs.

Read the entire Columbus Business First article here.

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