In 2020, companies committed to create more than 1,994 new jobs in the Dayton Region, retain more than 8,203 jobs and invest more than $604.9 million in capital improvements, the Dayton Development Coalition announced Wednesday at its 2020 Annual Meeting. The numbers represent companies that worked with the DDC and JobsOhio to expand or establish new operations in the region.
BETA Technologies and Joby Aviation to build eVTOL flight simulators and electric charging station near Dayton, Ohio
By Elaine Bryant, Executive Vice President for Aerospace and Defense
We have a simple, straightforward mission at the Dayton Development Coalition: To recruit, expand and retain jobs in the Dayton Region. When the year ends and we look back on our work, those three things show the growth of the region’s economic base.
For 2019, those metrics hardly seem like enough. In a year that saw catastrophic storms and horrific violence, the Dayton Region responded with compassion, strength, and resiliency. 2019 marked the year our community let the world see what makes us #DaytonStrong.
Connect. Innovate. Grow. We believe those words embody the heart of the Dayton Region. The connections among our people and companies drive the innovation that fuels our growth. Every day, we see incredible stories of hard-won success and the passion that drives our communities.
KETTERING ─ Country star Chris Janson will headline the fourth Military Appreciation Night at the Fraze Pavilion June 20, 2019, to honor our local Airmen with an incredible night of music and celebration.
“The Dayton Region is known for its support of our local service men and women, and Military Appreciation Night is one more way for us to thank them for their commitment and sacrifice,” said Jeff Hoagland, President and CEO of the Dayton Development Coalition.
Federal Installations Have a $16.68 Billion Economic Impact on the Dayton Region, Generate 88,000 Jobs
DAYTON, Ohio –An economic impact analysis conducted for the Dayton Development Coalition by The Perduco Group found that Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the Springfield Air National Guard Base, and the Dayton Veterans Administration Medical Center have a combined economic impact of $16.68 billion on the 14-count
By Loren Thompson
When Dayton community leaders conducted their first fly-in to Washington in 1984, the U.S. military was engaged in what proved to be the last big modernization surge of Cold War years.
The Air Force was buying hundreds of new fighters each year, not to mention two different bombers.
Every facet of military spending was increasing, and by the end of the 1980s employment at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base topped 30,000.
But then the Cold War ended.
When Lt. Gen. Steven Kwast started talking about the Dayton Region at this year’s Fly‐In, it was hard to believe he had never been stationed at Wright‐Patterson Air Force Base. His vision for Dayton’s future combines the community’s past and present in an inspiring blueprint for the region’s success.
“You have a culture of knowledge, guarded in a patriot’s heart, that is like no other community in America,” Kwast said.
DENVER— A team of Ohio’s Unmanned Aerial Systems experts arrived at XPONENTIAL 2018 Tuesday, ready to share why the Buckeye State’s UAS industry continues to grow and thrive.
The global conference by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) marks one of the industry’s leading gatherings, featuring more than 600 companies in 20 UAS-related industries. An expected 8,000 industry professionals from 55 countries will attend the three-day event.