Why Ohio is booming, but not all of it is for retail
Ohio is poised to take a huge step toward becoming a major retailer of goods and services.
The state has one of the fastest growing economies in the country, and is poised for a booming economy.
But in many ways, Ohio is still a rural state, where there are few retail outlets.
Many of the state’s big employers, such as the University of Cincinnati and the Ohio State University, are located in the city.
And many small businesses are struggling.
The retail industry in Ohio, in general, is still very much rural.
In a state that has long seen a surge in tourism and new businesses, the Buckeyes could be seeing a big jump in retail, and it could even be positive for the state as a whole.
But there is plenty of work to be done.
The Ohio Department of Commerce has been working to bring the state into the digital era.
The department, in partnership with Ohio State, is launching a new program, Digital Commerce Ohio, which will provide training for business owners on how to incorporate digital into their businesses and how to make the most of digital technology.
The program, which is designed to be as simple as possible, will be available in the fall, said Scott Rensch, the Ohio department’s assistant commissioner for technology.
Ohio is the first state to adopt the program.
And the department has partnered with other state and local agencies to offer digital education and training for businesses.
Renschek said Ohioans will be able to find the information they need to understand digital commerce in the coming weeks.
He said the program will provide a great education and make it easy for businesses to incorporate a digital approach into their business.
But for Ohioans who don’t have the training, there are still plenty of hurdles to overcome.
Some states have created programs to help businesses incorporate digital technology into their operations.
And Rensches office has been tasked with developing new rules for Ohio businesses that are looking to incorporate new technologies into their stores.
He is also encouraging businesses to take advantage of the federal digital rule to get a heads up on when their rules are changing.
Ohio’s Digital Commerce Columbus initiative will be in effect through October 1, said Renschen.
But businesses can apply for a waiver that allows them to take digital technology training for up to 30 days before they can take it for a full 30 days.
The waiver is good for up and down the chain, but if they are going to be able get this training, they will have to do it on a continuous basis.
Rensch said there are a lot of challenges in the digital marketplace.
For example, businesses need to be prepared to implement a new system, and that will be an adjustment for many of them.
And digital commerce is a nascent industry, he said.
So if a business doesn’t get the training and it doesn’t work out, it is very difficult to rebuild a business.
That is why digital commerce Ohio is a good start for businesses in Ohio.