After evaluating several locations, QuEST Global selected Sharonville to augment its aerospace engineering workforce in the US. As part of this initiative, the City of Sharonville will provide QuEST a job creation incentive and the Ohio Tax Credit Authority approved a 1.898 percent, seven-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.
“QuEST’s decision to reinvest and expand operations in our Northern Lights District is a testament to the District’s viability as a mixed-use area that blends office, cultural, hospitality and entertainment uses,” said Chris Xeil Lyons, Economic Development Director, City of Sharonville, Ohio.
“Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Cincinnati is thrilled to partner with QuEST Global to help them grow their presence in Greater Cincinnati,” said Kimm Lauterbach, President & CEO, REDI Cincinnati. “We know that engineering services companies like QuEST Global can grow here because Greater Cincinnati has the right mix of affordability and skilled talent.”
"QuEST has been an integral part of the State of Ohio since 1994 and helping grow the community through investments in local talent and infrastructure. Our unique synergy with customers and the ability to expand in various global markets through our integrated local – global delivery approach has helped us bring valuable engineering jobs to the region. QuEST Global is committed to invest and create more jobs in the State of Ohio that will enable us to provide innovative solutions to our customers across the globe,” said Dr. Mani Subramanian, VP - Global Technology Solutions, QuEST Global.
“We are excited about QuEST’s decision to invest and add 60 new aerospace engineering jobs in Sharonville,” said Glenn Richardson, Managing Director for Aerospace and Aviation, JobsOhio. “QuEST’s expansion will grow engineering talent in Southwest Ohio and it will play a critical role in helping the company meet growing demand for its engineering services worldwide.”