Just in case you don’t read or hear about this in the local news, here is some good news for Downtown Dayton…
From Dayton Biz Bits
August 2, 2007
Technology Firm to Invest, Add Jobs Downtown
Enterprise Information Management, Inc., (EIM), a Virginia-based provider of information technology solutions, is moving forward with plans to invest $1.25 million and add jobs at its downtown Dayton office, following approval of a development agreement by the Dayton City Commission.
The investment will retain six full-time positions and add 100 jobs with an average salary of more than $55,000 over the next three years. EIM will lease and upgrade up to 10,000 square feet of office space at the Talbott Tower, 131 N. Ludlow St., and purchase new equipment. The City of Dayton is supporting the expansion with a $200,000 grant.
Since its inception in 1996, EIM has delivered complex technology solutions to federal agencies, including the Department of Defense. The company’s services include enterprise transformation, acquisition management and information technology services
Yes, the article said "100 jobs … over the next three years". Kudos to those folks that made this happen – it is a big win for our urban core!