Presentation - Columbus Region

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The Importance of regional
partnership and the role of
JobsOhio, Columbus 2020, and the
Mid-Ohio Development Exchange
T R ACK 5 : I N T RODU C TION TO ECON OM I C DE V E LOPMENT
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T HE OHI O UN I ON @ T HE OHI O STATE U N I V ERSITY
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Today’s Speakers
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Mark Patton, JobsOhio
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Matt McCollister, Columbus 2020
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Jean Carter Ryan, Mid-Ohio Development Exchange (MODE)
Moderator:
Eric Phillips, Union County Economic Development Partnership
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Columbus Region’s Economic
Development Structure
Projects
Local Economic Development Organizations
(Cities, Villages, Townships, Counties, CICs,
Ports, and Chambers)
Mid-Ohio Development Exchange
(Membership from LEDOs)
Columbus 2020
(Contract for services with MODE,
Columbus, and Franklin County)
JobsOhio
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Mid-Ohio Development Exchange
JEAN CARTER RYAN, MODE PRESIDENT
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What is “MODE?”
The Mid-Ohio Development Exchange (MODE)
is a membership organization of local
economic development organizations from
throughout the 11-county Columbus Region.
Approx. $350K budget/year
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MODE provides programming meant to:
Increase awareness of economic development
issues and best practices
Collectively strengthen and grow local economies
throughout Central Ohio
MODE is an organization of mostly 1 or 2-person
shops whose collective voice helps shape Econ Dev
policy and awareness in the Columbus region.
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VISION
MODE will be a catalyst in the ongoing evolution of regional
economic development activity within the Columbus Region.
“It is no use to wait for your ship to come in unless you have sent
one out” – Belgian Proverb
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MODE vis-à-vis Columbus2020:
Funding partner
Interact: bi-monthly Economic Development
Advisory Committee (EDAC) sessions
Co-sponsor ED 411
Annual retreat
MODE keeps seat on Columbus2020’s board
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MODE focuses its efforts on:
Education/Programming
ED 411
Networking
Travel Funds
Training Funds
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Education/Programming:
Meet every other month over lunch
Programs address local community needs
 TIF – lessons learned
 Developer panel – how to work best with local developers
 Arts impact on Econ Dev
 Workforce best practices
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ED 411:
Sponsored seminar targeting local elected officials within
Columbus Region
Goal: create Econ Dev advocates in all levels of government
500 people attended (2013)
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Networking:
Formal: MODE meetings & Columbus2020’s EDAC sessions
Informal: Relationships built & sustained thru MODE
“We’re all talking… we’re all calling each other. It wasn’t too long ago
when… a business would play communities off against one another
to see which would offer… the best deal. That doesn’t happen as
much anymore because we all keep the lines of communication
open between us. Banding together is a good thing for the region.”
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“Wishes cost nothing unless you want them to come true.” –
Frank Tygedd
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Travel Funds:
$30,000 MODE allotment for travel in 2014
Travel funds available to cover members’ expenses to
accompany Columbus2020 on trips
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Training Funds:
 $10,000/year MODE allotment for training
Up to 5 members may participate in (at @ $2,000)
Professional Dev opportunities:
Council of Dev Fin Agencies (CDFA) programs
CEcD
IEDC coursework
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Jean Carter Ryan, President
Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority
[email protected]
(614) 429-0177
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Columbus 2020
MAT T MCCOLLISTER, COLUMBUS 2020
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COLLABORATIVE ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
December 5, 2014
COLUMBUS 2020
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Regional economic development organization
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Established in 2009
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Private, nonprofit organization
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Partner with state and local government
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Jobs Ohio Network Partner
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Nearly 300 private sector partners
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40+ public sector partners (MODE)
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20+/- professional staff
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ACTVITIES
AREAS OF WORK
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Attract new companies to the
Columbus Region
10-YEAR GOALS
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Generate 150,000 net new jobs
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Generate $8 billion of capital investment
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Increase per capita income 30 percent
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Be recognized as a consistent leader in
regional economic development
Cultivate our existing companies
Support high-growth companies
Improve the regional business
environment
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ACTIVITIES
Business Development
Project Management
Business Environment
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ACTIVITIES
Business Development
 Targeted marketing
 Direct company outreach
 Supply chain/industry dialogues
 Missions and market visits
 Multiplier relationship campaign
 General marketing and promotion
212 business development missions, market visits and/or industry conferences have been
executed since January 2011
 31 unique states
 52 unique cities
 36 international missions to 11 different countries
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ACTIVITIES
Project Management
 Consulting approach
 Market research
 Cost analysis
 Public partner engagement
 Connection w/ private partners
 Incentive assistance
 Client services
130-150 Active Projects
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ACTIVITIES
Business Environment
 Workforce
 Site readiness
 Tax/regulatory environment
Emerging Regional Priorities
 Meeting the workforce challenge
 Increasing global trade and investment
 Developing competitive infrastructure
 Generating high-growth opportunities
 Increasing manufacturing competitiveness
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10-YEAR GOALS
Generate 150,000 net new jobs
Generate $8 billion in new capital investment
85,015 as of September 2014
$4.52 billion as of October 2014
Raise personal per capita income by 30 percent
Earn recognition as a
leader in economic development
Top 10 Regional Economic Group
by Site Selection
11 percent as of December 2012*
*Data lags approximately 18 months
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PROGRESS
2010 DISCUSSION
2014 DISCUSSION
The need for JOBS
The need for a quality workforce
9.7% unemployment
Higher vacancy rates
The need for coordination local-regionalstate
Goal of $100 million in venture
3.9% unemployment
Spec buildings
Moving beyond basic coordination to
partnership
More than $300 million in venture funds
available in the community
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THANK YOU
Matt McCollister
Columbus 2020
150 S. Front St., Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43215
columbusregion.com | 614-225-6063
JobsOhio
MARK PATTON, JOBSOHIO
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JobsOhio Overview
December 5, 2014
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JobsOhio Overview
Mission Statement
JobsOhio is a private, non-profit corporation committed to driving
job creation and new capital investment in Ohio through business
attraction, retention and expansion efforts
Client Focus
Key Partners
Private-Public
Results Oriented
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JobsOhio Overview
Mission Statement
Client Focus
JobsOhio’s model is centered around serving our clients –
companies creating jobs in Ohio – and developing long-term
relationships
Key Partners
Private-Public
Results Oriented
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JobsOhio Overview
Mission Statement
Client Focus
Key Partners
Private-Public
JobsOhio brings together organizations and stakeholders from
across the state – including our six regional network partners (JON),
consultants, site selectors, local development offices, industry
associations, government officials and others – to drive economic
development activity in Ohio
Results Oriented
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JobsOhio Overview
Mission Statement
Client Focus
Key Partners
Private-Public
JobsOhio’s acquisition of a 25-year franchise on the state’s liquor
business provides private funding that we utilize to fulfill a public
purpose of creating jobs and improving the economic well-being for
Ohio’s citizens
Results Oriented
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JobsOhio Overview
Mission Statement
Client Focus
Key Partners
Private-Public
Results Oriented
JobsOhio’s model is working – since inception, we have had 1,016
projects with companies that committed to create 77,540 new jobs,
retain 227,578 existing jobs and invest $18.6 billion of new capital in
Ohio
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Key Attributes & Qualities
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Experienced team
Strong partner network
Sustainable funding
Relationship approach
Long-term horizon
Flexibility
Speed of market
Performance driven
ROI philosophy
Competitive
Advantage
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Industry Focus
FIVE KEY AREAS:
Advanced Manufacturing (including Aerospace and Aviation)
Automotive
BioHealth
IT and Technical Services
Shale Energy and Petrochemicals
THESE SECTORS:
– Are forecast to drive majority of tradable job growth
– Require proactive strategy and focus to capture job growth
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McKinsey Game Changers
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Success Stories
Fuyao Glass
General Electric
McLane
Auto glass manufacturing facility
Moraine, Montgomery County
Global Operations Center
Cincinnati, Hamilton County
Distribution center
Findlay, Hancock County
800 new jobs committed
$230M new capital investment
1,400 new jobs committed
425 new jobs committed
$199M new capital investment
Bocchi Labs
Zulily
Alliance Data
Personal Care Products Manufacturing
New Albany, Licking County
Distribution center
Obetz, Franklin County
Financial services corporate office
Columbus, Franklin County
300 new jobs committed
$20M new capital investment
500 new jobs committed
$20M new capital investment
700 new jobs committed
$84M new capital investment
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Questions?
Mark Patton
[email protected]
41 S. High Street, Ste. 1500 | Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 224-6446 | jobs-ohio.com
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Questions and Answers
TRACK 5: INTRODUC TION TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ED411 → DECEMBER 5, 2014
THE OHIO UNION @ THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
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