Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.
Written by Tristan Navera.
The Ohio Aerospace Hub based in Dayton has stayed active as its downtown space has grown, and now the group should start thinking beyond downtown, its director says.
An initiative launched under Gov. Ted Strickland’s administration as a way to use different technologies as a springboard for rebuilding metropolitan areas, the Aerospace Hub is the only one left operating in the state since funding went away for the idea. Kerry Taylor, director of the hub, says it’s time to think of aerospace as a more regional asset.
“Manufacturing is a regional strength for us,” Taylor said. “It requires a regional mind set.”
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Originally published June 16, 2014.