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The Dayton Region covers a 12-county area in Western Ohio. Each county represents a rich diversity of economic strength and targeted growth industries. Click a county on the map to learn more about its demographics, education, workforce and employment.

Auglaize County

Auglaize County is the northern gateway on Interstate 75 to the Dayton region. It is home to one of Ohio’s largest dual-certified industrial parks. The county has a strong manufacturing base with home-grown and international companies. Its companies succeed due to high attendance and retention rates. Labor costs are lower than national averages, but productivity is higher.

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Champaign County

Champaign County offers a variety of inviting communities to discover and call home. We invite you to learn more about the diverse cities and townships throughout the region. Whether around the corner or around the world, Champaign County contributes a diverse assortment of products to key markets from aviation to baking pans to car parts.

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Clark County

The right size. The right place. The right people. Welcome to Clark County! What is the right-sized community? For many, it’s somewhere between a town and a city. It’s a place that has cultural offerings, great recreational amenities and access to big cities while maintaining the charm of a small town. Clark County is such a community. Welcome home!

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Clinton County

Clinton County affords its businesses and residents an array of opportunities. Situated along the I-71 corridor, the county is home to industry leaders in aviation, air cargo, pharmaceuticals, automotive components, polymer manufacturing and logistics. Offering a variety of available sites and facilities — including the 1,900-acre Wilmington Air Park — and a diverse, well-trained workforce, Clinton County offers site solutions of all shapes and sizes.

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Darke County

Darke County is steeped in history. Long known as the home of Annie Oakley, “Little Miss Sure Shot," Darke County is the home of the iconic KitchenAid stand mixer. Darke County is strong in agriculture and logistics, and has a strong mix of manufacturers. Included in these companies are Whirlpool, Midmark, FRAM, BASF, Marathon, Monsanto, Norcold, Lavy Trucking, Pohl Transport, Classic Carriers, Kings Command and Greenville Technologies.

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Fayette County

The Fayette County Office of Economic Development is focused on retaining local businesses and expanding existing trade in and for the county’s communities by attracting, recruiting and developing new business opportunities. As a liaison between commerce and government, the office assists potential business clients with the selection process of available locations and provides relevant information, including community incentives and capital investment to the business community.

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Greene County

Greene County is a growing hub of research and innovation that is positioned well for investment, growth and development. With its strategic location, strong workforce, lower cost of business and living, wide range of flexible commercial real estate options, and solid infrastructure, Greene County offers business advantages for both investors to locate in the county and for existing businesses to continue to thrive.

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Mercer County

Mercer County has a proven record of robust community and economic growth over the years. Our region’s workforce is ingrained with a Midwestern work ethic, dedicated to productivity and profitability. As a result, its companies continue to grow and prosper, which in turn creates a high quality of life for everyone, as is evident by all the communities and schools within the county.

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Miami County

Residents in Miami County celebrate strength in unified diversity. Access to markets and a skilled workforce, economic diversity and stability, infrastructure and municipal utilities, vibrant communities with historic downtowns, and a tradition of innovation and collaboration are all tactically balanced and aligned to ensure sustainability among all sectors. Success in Miami County is a byproduct of an enduring heritage of independence, strategic alliances and accountability.

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Montgomery County

Montgomery County is the birthplace of innovation. It has a rich, proud history and a vibrant future. It invests in its citizens every day through innovative programs and initiatives. Whether through its talented workforce, attracting new companies and growing its current businesses, exciting arts, culture and recreation, innovative spirit, or outstanding cost of living, Montgomery County has so much to offer.

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Preble County

Preble County is situated at the southwestern edge of Ohio near the geographic and population centers of North America and easily accessible by highway, rail and air. Preble County maximizes the transportation asset by being centered in America’s industrial, distribution and transportation heartland. Its strong workforce full of industries and individuals who embrace Midwestern values with a strong work ethic makes it a great place to grow a business.

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Shelby County

The Sidney-Shelby Economic Partnership (SSEP) is a not-for-profit organization consisting of private business and public leaders in Shelby County who are dedicated to maintaining the county’s economic growth and stability. SSEP’s mission is to promote Shelby County as a viable location for new companies that will complement its manufacturing environment and create additional job opportunities. This organization also remains dedicated to retaining the county’s current industries.

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