NuVasive, a leading medical, spine technology device company consolidated its workforce in the Dayton region to capitalize on our excellent logistical location as well as our ability to fulfill their workforce needs on an accelerated timeline.
Whether you are just starting your pathway to becoming a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD), have taken the required classes, or have taken the CEcD exam (but need a little more preparation), this training will help you meet that goal. This class is OFFICIALLY BOOKED and registration is CLOSED as of 2/23/2018.
The HomeOwnership Center of Greater Dayton, in partnership with Montgomery County, offers a Down Payment Assistance Program to first-time homebuyers purchasing a new home in Montgomery County, excluding the cities of Dayton and Kettering.
Category: Community Development, Home Investment Partnership
PSA Airlines, now a wholly owned subsidiary of US Airways, merged with American Airlines in 2013. The airline operates an all-jet fleet and is considered the fastest growing regional carrier under the American Eagle brand, with 3,000 employees operating almost 700 daily flights to nearly 90 destinations.
In December, 2015, Montgomery County (Ohio) began work with Spectrum Brands Global Auto Care on plans to build a 570,000 sq. ft. distribution and manufacturing operation for an auto care products business on a 39-acre site at the Dayton International Airport. The facility opened in early 2017 and will employ approximately 350 personnel.
WilmerHale contacted the State of Ohio to locate a new 40,000 sq. ft. facility for 200 full-time employees with an investment of $3.5 million to $4 million for site acquisition and capital improvements. The project quickly became a textbook example of teamwork between Montgomery County Development Services, the Dayton Development Coalition, and other local partners.
The collective eforts of Montgomery County, the State of Ohio, and local economic development organizations assisted Fuyao executives by providing support at every level of the initiative, with special focus on helping Fuyao attract and train a skilled workforce. The company employs more than 2,000 workers, making Fuyao's Moraine facility the largest automotive glass production facility in the world.
Green Tokai Company, a Japanese auto parts manufacturer, has been in the City of Brookville for almost 30 years. It currently has over 600 employees and began construction on its third expansion in 2017.
Simlat Ltd., located in Israel, is a leading provider of next generation software training solutions for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR). Montgomery County, through the Dayton Region-Israel Trade Alliance (DRITA) and Sinclair College, helped Simlat enter the U.S. market and establish necessary business relationships.