This is part one of a two part series about claiming research and development tax credits. The content has been prepared by RnD Consulting, one of our newest members, and experts in the R&D field.
Contributors: Bruce Kletsky, Brian S. Halminiak, Robert L. Singer
R&D tax credits is real ‘CASH in your POCKETS’. Anytime you are involved in “HOW TO / CAN WE” problem solving, thinking or actions connected to engineering, computer programming (including website development), formulating, biological or physical sciences you have CASH TO RECOVER!
Owner: Betsy Jacoby-Greenleaf
Established: September 2012
In January of 2015, Jacoby Expo officially relocated their headquarters to the Toledo Region. Originally founded by Betsy Jacoby-Greenleaf in New Jersey, the company primarily plans and executes trade shows for a portfolio of clients nationwide. In 2014 Jacoby-Greenleaf and her husband decided to move to the Toledo Region to raise their family.
More than 100 young professionals gathered downtown at Black Cloister Brewing Company for our first Social of the year! The Social was an opportunity for our members to kick off 2017 and connect with one another. View photos below. Our next Social will be February 9, 2017 at the Toledo Botanical Gardens. RSVP Today.
By: Tim Schneider, Manager, Local Government Affairs
Local zoning and planning practices can be tools to guide development and good land use, and they can help preserve our valued resources and overall economic wellbeing. The Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce is advocating for zoning and planning policies that encourage economic development and a strong community in our region.
More than 30 Regional Companies Recognized For Outstanding Achievements
2016 was an amazing year for business in the Toledo Region. From global recognition in the solar industry, to multiple mentions in national publications, our members have done great things in 2016. Here are a few of our favorite highlights:
By: Brian Dicken, Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce
Members of the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Senate returned to Columbus January 3 for the start of the 132nd General Assembly. While there will be a number of bills introduced in the coming months, two of the biggest challenges faced by the legislature in the first half of 2017 will involve the unemployment compensation fund and the state biennial operating budget. Please know that the Chamber’s Advocacy & Public Policy team is not only closely watching developments on these issues, but actively engaging legislators on issues important to the business community.
Here are ten ways the Chamber can help you achieve your New Year’s resolutions!
Owner: Frank S Almester
Family owned and operated, ACE Diversified Services (Ace Sanitation) has been in the Toledo Region for more than 50 years. After serving in the Korean War, Frank M Almester returned to Toledo to start his own business servicing sinks and drains (Rotor Rooter type business) as ABC Sewer. He then purchased Ace Septic Tank and Porta Potty Service in 1965. Ace was the first portable toilet company in the Toledo, Ohio area.
The last few weeks of the year tend to be incredibly exciting in the business world. Here are a few best practices from our staff to help you end 2016 organized and ready for a phenomenal business year in 2017!