Hamilton County Economic Development Office - Community and Business Assistance

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Supporting business prosperity in Hamilton County since 1983. As the Economic Development Office of Hamilton County, we connect, advise, and assist businesses, communities, and developers.

Community Support

Building Stronger Communities

Alloy Economic Development strengthens communities by retaining, expanding, and attracting businesses to Hamilton County, Ohio. We connect community leaders to the resources, financing, and incentives they need to build thriving communities. We’ve worked with most communities in Hamilton County over our 30 plus years leading economic development that will help you in a variety of ways.

Business Assistance

Adding Strength to Your Businesses

Are businesses within your community aware of the valuable tools they can leverage to thrive? In partnership with Hamilton County, Ohio, Alloy Economic Development offers a variety of valuable tools to help all of our wonderful local businesses prosper.  Let us guide you through tax incentives, SBA loans, strategic growth resources, and land development process.

Site Selectors

Do Business Here

Hamilton County is the home county of the Greater Cincinnati region. We pride ourselves on our nationally ranked public libraries, children’s hospitals, parks, and a Top 10 in the World business incubator. Not only are we a great place to raise a family but a great place to start a business. According to a study conducted by KPMG, it ranked Cincinnati as the least-costly location to do business in the U.S. This is a great place for entrepreneurship and business growth. Learn more about what we have to offer.

Connect with one of our Economic Development specialists today

We are here to support and advise, give our team a call at 513-631-8292 or fill out our form.

“Alloy was able to take our strategic concept and support our efforts to bring it to life through tactical execution, from working with vendors and business owners to coordinating key partner meetings. Their involvement was a key to our success!”
Beth Robinson
President & CEO of the Uptown Consortium, Inc., and Alloy Board Member