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Business Resources & Grants
Warrensville Heights Chamber of Commerce
The Warrensville Heights Area Chamber of Commerce works to promote, enhance, and foster the growth of business in the area communities of Highland Hills, North Randall and Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Join todayWarrensville Heights Area Chamber of Commerce - WHACC
Ohio Chamber of Commerce
As the state's leading business advocate and resource, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce aggressively champions free enterprise, economic competitiveness, and growth for the benefit of all Ohioans. For more information visit: Ohio Chamber of Commerce
City of Warrensville Occupancy Program Grant
The Warrensville Heights Occupancy Program Grant provides a monetary grant to businesses occupying or looking to occupy, whether buying or leasing, existing vacant industrial and/or commercial property within the City of Warrensville Heights, where such occupancy results in new jobs in the City of Warrensville Heights. The grant is an annual payment from the city's non-tax revenues, which is equal to a percentage of the businesses total annual payroll. View full description
The JobsOhio Economic Development Grant was created to promote economic development, business expansion, and job creation by providing funding for eligible projects in the State of Ohio. Grant decisions are based on a number of project factors, including but not limited to job creation, additional payroll, fixed-asset investment commitment, project return on investment, and project location.
Research and Development Center Grant Program
The Research and Development Investment Tax Credit provides a non-refundable tax credit up to seven percent for qualified research and development expenses. Qualifying expenses fit into two categories: in-house research expenses, and contracted research expenses. Any unused portion of a tax credit may be carried forward for up to seven years.
The JobsOhio Inclusion Grant provides financial support for projects in distressed communities and/or for business owned by underrepresented populations across the state.
SBA provides limited small business grants to promote entrepreneurship. See qualifications below:
- SBA does not provide grants for starting and expanding a business.
- SBA provides grants to nonprofit, Resource Partners, and educational organizations that support entrepreneurship through counseling and training programs.
- SBA only communicates from email addresses ending in @sba.gov. If you are being contacted by someone claiming to be from the SBA who is not using an official SBA email address, you should suspect fraud and report it
To learn more, email our Economic Development team.