Silverlode is excited to work with the Lancaster Festival on another economic impact study to showcase the Festival’s impact in Ohio. This arts and music festival draws more than 40,000 visitors and bolsters community participation of all ages in the arts. Tickets are now available for this year’s festival which features Sheryl Crow and Andy Grammer, among many other amazing musical artists.
Rebecca Neumann is a business economics major with a minor in finance. She will receive her bachelor’s degree in business administration at Cleveland State University this summer. Rebecca is working with the Silverlode team on grant writing, researching tax incentives, redeveloping our website, and learning about IMPLAN and Power BI. Welcome Rebecca!
Silverlode is thrilled to have completed our fifth economic impact study for JumpStart Inc. to measure their incredible work in communities across Ohio. Each year, JumpStart publishes the economic output of the startups and small businesses they serve alongside a network of partners. In 2022, these companies generated $1.3B in economic output and created more than 11,000 jobs.
Silverlode’s economic impact analysis for the Ohio Craft Brewers Association has been featured in IMPLAN's official Non profit Guide. Ohio craft breweries generated an impressive $881 million of economic activity in 2020, despite the pandemic. IMPLAN has been the leading provider of economic impact data for over 40 years.
Economic incentives compliance season is here and the Silverlode team is working hard to ensure our clients realize the full value of their awarded incentives. Amazingly, more than 50% of companies awarded incentives don’t fully capitalize on their financial incentives (100% of these are not Silverlode clients!). Remember to submit your forms this spring so your don’t leave money on the table.