Business Retention & Expansion
Local Business Leaders Participate in the BR&E program by taking the 2013 BR&E Questionnaire here.
Wyandot County Economic Development offers a comprehensive and aggressive BR&E program that is designed to assist local organizations with
planning and implementing of projects to help grow local business. Locally owned businesses typically have a long-term commitment to Wyandot County and relate to the excellent lifestyle and quality of life this community has to offer. Furthermore, local businesses play a vital role in our community as nearly 86 % of new jobs created in rural communities come from existing businesses.
A BR&E Program enables community leaders to define the strengths and weaknesses of the local economy as identified by existing businesses and workers. Armed with data from your feedback, Wyandot County Economic Development and community leaders can work together to prioritize, develop, and implement actionable items and policy that best address the needs of local firms in Wyandot County.
To view the 2012 BR&E report click here.
The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development has partnered with The Ohio State University Extension, the Ohio Department of Development, Small Business Development Center, The Brain Tree Center for Business Innovation, local area chambers of commerce, and The Alber Enterprise Center for Workforce Development to provide a wide range of expertise and resources to support local business growth.
Local Residents Participate in the BR&E program by taking the 2013 Local Resident Questionnaire here.
Contact Greg Moon
, Director of the Wyandot County Office of Economic Development to request a BR&E visit!