One Common Goal: Your Growth
Dayton Power & Light is part of a larger team in place to support your business growth.
By working with economic development partners throughout West Central Ohio, we’ve been able to foster an environment of collaboration and innovation that attracts and retains business in the state of Ohio.
Our collaboration results in a better opportunity for you and your business, removing the red tape, developing certification and incentive programs and laying the groundwork to welcome your business growth to the state. By working together, it all equates to less work and more benefits to locate, move or expand your business in Ohio.
McCallum Sweeney Consulting
Known for its experience and expertise helping companies worldwide through the process of site selection and incentives negotiation, McCallum Sweeney has been a crucial partner in developing the site certification program.
As a leader in ensuring Ohio has a workforce with the passion and skills to support industry, JobsOhio is a private non-profit corporation that drives job creation and new capital investment in Ohio through business attraction, retention and expansion efforts.
Dayton Development Coalition
Acting as the region’s economic development organization, the Dayton Development Coalition is focused solely on growing the 14-county Dayton region. The coalition supports efforts for job creation; retaining and attracting businesses; and advocating for and promoting the Dayton region at the local, state and national levels.
These economic development partners led the way to certify sites in their communities:
City of Dayton
The City of Dayton Office of Economic development is a team of professionals focused on helping new and existing businesses succeed in Dayton. The team strives to create a pro-business environment with programs and services designed to help existing businesses grow and new businesses smoothly transition into the community.
View our certified site in Dayton, Ohio:
City of Xenia
Located 15 miles east of downtown Dayton in Greene County, the City of Xenia and its development department serve their local business and industrial community with a vibrant business retention and expansion program focused on helping new and existing businesses be as successful as possible.
View our certified sites in Xenia, Ohio:
Fayette County Economic Development
Situated between Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus, Fayette County is uniquely positioned for industrial growth. The Fayette County Economic Development office is focued on building relationships and providing tools to new and existing businesses that will help them, along with the community, grow and prosper.
View our certified sites in Fayette County:
Greene County Department of Development
Located just east of downtown Dayton, the Greene County Department of Development is committed to building strong community relationships and improving the lives of its residents and businesses. They are focused on connecting new and existing businesses with all available resources to foster success.
View our certified site in Greene County:
Sidney-Shelby Economic Partnership
The Sidney-Shelby Economic Partnerhip serves the Shelby County community located along I-75 north of Dayton, Ohio. The partnership seeks to develop and build upon its strong industral base by helping current and potential businesses utilize available local, regional and state incentives and resources.
View our certified sites in Sidney:
For more information about how our collaboration could benefit your business growth,