Ohio is already planning how flying cars and drones can deliver health care faster and better

Jobs Ohio is creating corridors where the vehicles can transport blood, organs and different supplies between hospitals

It’s not about having cool technology, says Elaine Bryant, with both the Dayton Development Coalition and JobsOhio, when she...

Posted on Sep 1, 2022

Beavercreek research institute adds new anti-discrimination programs

Tackling global challenges through developing technology and unique solutions is something that the team at Parallax Advanced Research is no stranger to. And when it comes to paving the way in diversity and inclusion, Parallax is at the forefront of...

Posted on Aug 23, 2022

Dayton Entrepreneurs Find Support to Build Their Futures at The Arcade

At the turn of the 20th century, Dayton was quickly becoming a seat of innovation. From dreamers who forged an “incorruptible cashier” system to a pair of weirdos who ran a bicycle shop and thought themselves engineers enough to champion human flight...

Posted on Aug 19, 2022

Get to know: Dayton’s 2022 Forty Under 40 winners

A new class of up-and-coming leaders in the Dayton region were honored Thursday at the 2022 Dayton Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 celebration. The event was held at the Eichelberger Pavilion at Carillon Historical Park.

More than 150...

Posted on Jul 20, 2022

Dayton’s largest entrepreneurship conference is back in person for 2022

A prominent annual event in downtown Dayton geared toward local entrepreneurs and startup founders is back to completely in-person for 2022.

Launch Dayton Startup Week stands as the Ohio entrepreneur community’s largest event, drawing roughly 1...

Posted on Jul 12, 2022

The Fire Awards: These incubators are helping set Dayton's startup scene ablaze

The Dayton startup scene is a collaborative and supportive ecosystem. With the help of microloan programs, mentoring and exposure to established business operators, the region's incubator and accelerator system is helping more local startups to take...

Posted on Jun 24, 2022

Parallax in Beavercreek lands $97M AFRL contract: See what CEO says about Air Force work

A recent $97.5 million Air Force Research Laboratory ( Air Force Research Laboratory ) contract to Beavercreek’s Parallax Advanced Research is by far the biggest contract in the firm’s short history

Posted on Jun 24, 2022

DBJ names 2022 Best Places to Work awards honorees

The Dayton Business Journal has named this year’s Best Places to Work awards honorees. There are 50 total companies named as honorees. 

The DBJ has four categories for the awards, with companies chosen in Micro (10 to 24 employees); Small (25 to...

Posted on Jun 24, 2022

Event 38 demonstrates fuel cell on a fixed-wing VTOL drone

Event 38 Unmanned Systems, a leading manufacturer of American-made mapping drones, announces the successful completion of a demo flight of the E450, a drone powered by a hydrogen fuel cell on Monday, June 13, at the Kent State University airport.


Posted on Jun 22, 2022

New ranking puts Dayton at No. 5 of 94 midsize cities for innovative workforce

By Thomas Gnau - Staff Writer

Your innovative people are getting noticed again, Dayton.

Dayton ranked 5th out of 94 midsize metropolitan areas for its number and concentration of workers in jobs requiring innovation, according to a new ranking...

Posted on Jun 19, 2022