Fairfield 33 Alliance
210 East Main Street, Suite 407 (map)
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
We want to help you navigate the financing process from start to finish with programs like our Revolving Loan Fund and expert technical advice. We’ll even work with you to help you find a brick and mortar location! Take a quick look at how to start a business in Ohio or visit our friends at the Ohio Small Business Development Center.
Local Incentives and Programs
Fairfield County administers two separately funded loan accounts that you can apply for if you are creating or retaining full-time equivalent jobs anywhere in Fairfield County. Fixed rates, long terms, and even working capital! Learn more here: Revolving Loan Fund
Are you an employer that needs some help getting your staff trained? It doesn’t matter if you’re coming to Fairfield County now or have been here for decades. The Fairfield County Workforce Development Training Grant helps you attract and train the people that will take your business to the next level.
Are you about to make a big investment in real property in our county? You should talk to us first about our Ohio Enterprise Zone Program and the Community Reinvestment Area. Once you see the savings you’ll be glad you did!
Not finding the right fit for your company or your needs? Maybe a Tax Increment Financing arrangement could be the answer. It’s a flexible tool that we can help explain to you!
Fairfield County also has port authorities that may help you save money on construction costs, sales taxes and even project financing.
Incentives are great but what if you need cash?
Get in touch with us! We have relationships with lenders ranging from small non-profit mission based lenders to large financial institutions and everything in between!
State Incentives and Programs
The Ohio Development Services Agency has an abundance of programs to help you start or grow a business.
1. A manufacturer?
2. An entrepreneur or small business owner?
3. Looking for assistance in reducing costs or becoming more efficient?
4. Looking for a business bond, grant, loan or tax credit?
5. A tech company?
6. A minority-owned business?
7. Looking to find or train the best employees?
The Ohio Treasurer’s office also has programs to help reduce the cost of capital including farming, small business loans, and small business energy efficiency.
JobsOhio is the public-private partnership that is designed to move at the speed of business. They have incentives ranging from low interest loans to grants for qualifying companies. We can help you understand these incentives and work with JobsOhio on your behalf so you can focus on your business.
Great loans, trusted advice: US Small Business Administration
Even though we’re right next to Columbus and we’re one of the fastest growing counties in the state we still qualify for may US Department of Agriculture Rural Development programs.