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6/5/2014 - West Side Leader
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By Staff Writer

Welty Building Co. expands reach with inSITE Advisory Group

FAIRLAWN — Welty Building Co. Ltd. has announced the formation of inSITE Advisory Group, a consulting services affiliate dedicated to assisting clients with a multifaceted approach to economic development to benefit both private and public sectors, according to company officials.

Company officials added this partnership will further complement its Akron, Cleveland and Columbus offices, offering construction services for health care, higher education, not-for-profit organizations, public entities and corporate offices.

In her role as group president, Jennifer Syx will lead the development of strategic business relationships with cities, townships and villages to help them grow their tax base, create new jobs and assist in obtaining financing for new development projects. She also serves as an adviser to corporate clients, developers and engineers by identifying and obtaining government incentives to help businesses expand within their community and elsewhere.

As the former deputy development director for the city of Cuyahoga Falls, Syx brings more than 20 years’ experience in the public, private and nonprofit sector. Her past projects include grants to conduct environmental assessments, remediation and redevelopment of brownfield properties, as well as tax incentive initiatives, new program development and downtown redevelopment activities.

“We identified economic development as an underserved area of need in Ohio and wanted to capitalize on this opportunity,” said Don Taylor, president and CEO of Welty Building Co.

Syx, of Cuyahoga Falls, has a bachelor of science degree from Kent State University. 

For more information, visit www.insiteadvisorygroup.com.

 

Stephanie Kist contributed to this report.

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