Dayton was recently named one of the fastest growing cities for tech jobs according to BusinessWeek. The region's IT cluster draws from a long history in data management and technological innovation. Today, places like Dayton's new Tech Town office park are home to a variety of start-ups and fast growing companies and a key location for entrepreneurial activity in Ohio.
For example, DataYard recently invested $1.85 million to relocate their office to a new, state-of-the-art facility downtown. They cited access to redundant power and world-class IT talent as reasons to be in Dayton.
From the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) to the latest broadband systems infrastructure, Dayton enables access to a wide variety of resources for your technology-based business. The collaborative culture in Dayton will help your company thrive for years to come.
Contact the Department of Economic Development to learn more about opportunities in Dayton's growing information technology industries.
Learn more about Dayton's IT industry association, Technology First, and how they are facilitating an expanding knowledge network for businesses in the region.