Gahanna Among Eight Cities that Want Your Business
CNNMoney.com on Tuesday released a list of eight communities across the United States that offer compelling incentives to would-be entrepreneurs and Gahanna made the cut.
The website claims the city’s local income tax break and Office and Industrial Rebate, as well as Ohio’s restructured tax code, are significant considerations for those looking to start a business.
“Gahanna is proud to receive this recognition,” says Brian Hoyt, the city’s spokesman.
“A lot of local businesses might tell you that this is simply sharing with others what they already know: we are a premier location for business development regionally, as well as nationally,” he adds. “We are thrilled that this story was an opportunity to promote Gahanna, Ohio on a national level.”
Hoyt credits the city’s diverse business community, high-quality facilities and competitively priced land, unparalleled accessibility, and supportive business development programs and services with making Gahanna ideal for startups and established companies.
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