Development coalition opens 4 satellite offices


Dayton Development Coalition officials on Thursday announced the opening of four satellite offices in the greater Dayton region, according to a media release.

Officials said the new offices will allow coalition staff to broaden the scope of economic development work throughout the region, and provide partners and businesses with better and more strategic services.

“To have a stronger economic development presence in the field will only enhance our ability to adapt to changing conditions facing the Dayton region,” said Daniel J. Curran, University of Dayton president and coalition board chairman, in a statement.

The coalition’s staff will continue to travel throughout the 14-county service area, but now they will have a consistent presence in four locations:

- Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, 20 S. Limestone St., Springfield

- CBD Advisors, 3610 Pentagon park Blvd., Suite 210, Beavercreek

- City of Troy Planning and Development Building. 102 S. Market St., Troy

- LJB Inc., 2500 Newmark Drive, Miamisburg

Coalition staff members will rotate among the remote offices to provide balanced coverage of the region, officials said.

The coalition, an association of Dayton region companies and local governments, works with state government to promote the region’s economy and support Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and its programs.


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