Abundant seaports and well-developed highways make Ohio prime real estate for starting your own business. Geographic location is not the only benefit Ohio has to offer business owners, the Buckeye state also promotes friendly tax reform and numerous active business sectors. Whether in the highly populated cities of Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati or the more charming Springfield, Ohio is the perfect state for business ownership.
|Year of Statehood||1803|
|3 largest cities||Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati|
|Motto||With God, all things are possible|
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Cash Required: $50,000
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Cash Required: $80,000
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Cash Required: $100,000
Pudgie's Naked Chicken Co. signature product is Bone-in Skinless fried chicken that contains zero grams of trans fat per serving. Preparing our specialty chicken includes such steps as removing the skin and using a...
Cash Required: $300,000