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Economic Development

The Regional Chamber is your single point of contact for economic development assistance.

The Regional Chamber is Northeast Ohio's source for economic development information and assistance. We provide a broad range of expert, confidential and proven economic development services to prospective and existing area firms.

We help companies grow by providing information and assistance that is tailored to fit individual business needs. Since 1993, with our assistance, more than 570 firms collectively have made investments totaling $6.7 billion in the area.

If you are considering metropolitan Youngstown-Warren, Ohio, as a business location or already call the region "home," our team is eager to tell you about project incentives, identify available properties and provide strategic information, plus a whole lot more.

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News & Events

Panelmatic, Inc Announces New Division

Panelmatic, Inc., a leading manufacturer of custom-built electrical and process instrument control panels announced the addition of a new division, Panelmatic Building Solutions, to be headquartered in Brookfield Township.

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Taylor Coil Processing Receives Grant from ORDC

The Ohio Rail Development Commission (ORDC) recently awarded $56,125 to Taylor Coil Processing in support of a needed rail spur at the company's facility in Lordstown. 

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Youngstown Tool & Die Receives JCTC for $12 million investment

The Ohio Tax Credit Authority approved a 1.467 percent, seven-year Job Creation Tax Credit for Phoenix International, the parent company of Youngstown Tool & Die. The company will invest more than $12 million to construct a 60,000 square-foot manufacturing facility.

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Youngstown-Warren Region Realized $173 million in Investment in 2018

Private companies invested more than $173 million in the Valley in the last year, many with help of regional agencies.  Find out more in our 2018 Economic Development Report Card.

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