Opening paragraphs from “Council OKs Incentives for Manufacturing Incubator”, City of Hilliard, hilliardohio.gov, David Ball, May 13, 2019
On Monday night Hilliard’s City Council approved a $200,000 incentive package to help bring a high-tech manufacturing incubator to the City – a move officials say paves the way for future technology manufacturers to create and grow their businesses in the community.
Converge Technologies, a full scope technology commercialization company, has committed to building a technology innovation and development capability in Hilliard. The founders of Converge have recently purchased the former Rahal Racing research and development facility at 4621 Lyman Drive. The 25,000 square foot mixed-use facility will serve as the company’s headquarters and a technology incubator.
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