Foreign Direct Investment
We can make your transition to the U.S. easier
Bringing a business to America involves a lot of moving parts — from navigating regulations to understanding employment law, the challenges can be daunting without the right resources.
REDI Cincinnati offers a one-stop shop for businesses looking to scale the American marketplace. We will provide you with the tools and connections it takes to ensure success. Our U.S. location at the heart of Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana affords quick, easy access to a number of top markets — helping you get closer to valued customers, partners and suppliers.
Your company has to have the right people to ensure your business will grow in the U.S. With a 1.3-million-person workforce spread across three states, Greater Cincinnati offers the well-trained workers you need — in every field from consumer products branding to robotic manufacturing. Want to develop a specific skillset?
Taxes and Incentives
The Cincinnati region is made up of three distinct states, each with its own tax structure, financing and incentive opportunities. And that’s great news for growing businesses that have the power to decide which tools and incentives make the most sense for their unique needs.
Learn how Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana can uniquely support your growth:
Finding the right site is often priority number one for growing businesses. In Greater Cincinnati, you’ll find a wide range of location opportunities that includes:
- Large manufacturing sites, both inside and outside the urban core
- New buildings along a redeveloped riverfront
- Unique historic buildings that can be transformed into one-of-a-kind spaces Spacious office parks in suburban and rural communities
Foreign Trade Zones
Regional businesses can take advantage of two active Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs), which promote international trade, ease access to customs-related advantages and connect company leadership to valuable state and local inventory tax exemptions.
Both of Greater Cincinnati’s currently active FTZs support companies selling machinery and equipment, oil and petroleum, textiles and footwear, vehicle parts and consumer products.