WEDCO Executive Director
Matt Davis was named the new executive director of the Williams County Economic Development Corporation in February 2015. Davis had served with the Maumee Valley Planning Organization since 2009 as director of community and economic development. In that position, he worked closely with officials in Williams County on economic development initiatives and projects.
Williams County Economic Development Corporation (WEDCO) proudly serves all of Williams County. If you are a large corporation or a small business we are prepared to assist you with any effort you pursue. Whether you require information about our fantastic location in Northwest Ohio, utilities or demographic information, we are ready to help you find the answers you need!
WEDCO 2014 Video
WEDCO 2016 BOARD MEETINGS
Williams County Community Offices – Conference Room A&B
1425 East High Street, Bryan, Ohio 43506
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
12/8/16, 5PM-7PM Bryan Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours – Sponsored & Hosted by Parkview Physicians Group
1/12/16, 5PM-7PM Bryan Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours – Sponsored & Hosted by Andres O’Neil & Lowe Agency
1/24/17, 8AM WEDCO Board Meeting
2/9/17, 5PM-7PM Bryan Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours – Sponsored & Hosted by Current TEK Solutions
3/14/17, 11AM-1PM WEDCO Annual Meeting, Williams County Veteran’s Memorial Building
5/23/17, 8AM WEDCO Board Meeting
Northwest Ohio Manufacturing Day took place October 14, 2016 at Northwest State Community College. Manufacturing Day℠ is a celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. This day was designed to help connect area school district Junior and Senior students with their surrounding area manufacturers to learn about the available careers in skilled manufacturing.
AVAILABLE SITE: Bryan, Ohio Industrial Parks
Bryan Industrial Park North includes four 20-acre lots are provided with municipal electric, water, communications, sanitary and storm sewer. Bryan’s original industrial park, located on East Wilson Street, currently has six vacant lots ranging in size from 4.2 to 8.5 acres available for small to mid-size companies.