Every company wants to employ the very best people. When you locate your business in Hamilton, you’ll have access to more than three million workers who live in the Greater Cincinnati and Greater Dayton metropolitan areas.
From Japan to Germany, from Italy to Canada, from Brazil to France, international companies have chosen to locate their U.S. operations in Hamilton. Here, they have access to a skilled workforce in a strategic business location, as well as opportunity to introduce their employees to a wealth of important amenities, including competitive schools and a prestigious arts community.
Hamilton’s proximity to major educational institutions and technologically based resources ensures a foundation for a diversely skilled workforce in a global marketplace. Just minutes from downtown, Miami University Hamilton provides top flight education with the convenience of a regional campus.
Part of a Thriving Region
Recently, Ohio, Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati have been ranked at the top of Site Selection magazine’s annual rankings of new economic development project announcements. “Greater Cincinnati is not an overnight success,” Johnna Reeder, president and CEO of the Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Cincinnati, told the magazine in an interview.
“While other regions fought to hang on during the 2008 recession, Cincinnati doubled down with investment in infrastructure and housing. It’s created an environment where new companies are moving to town and expanding. Cincinnati is hot right now.”