MIDAMERICAN   G l o b a l  V e n t u r e s


MidAmerican Global Ventures, LLC is a public-private partnership which promotes foreign investment in the United States.  MAG Ventures will bring together foreign national investors with low-risk, job-creating projects throughout Northwest, Central and Eastern Ohio.

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The MidAmerican Global Ventures team has decades of successful experience in government, politics and business.  Working with our public partners, we have financed hundreds of projects and helped create thousands of jobs.  We use our experience and expertise to support EB-5 investment projects.

In short, we help Ohio businesses and qualified foreign investors fund new ventures, expand operations, and create jobs. 

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MAG Ventures will help foreign nationals invest in job creating projects in the United States and assist businesses to secure low-cost capital. 

MAG Ventures offers EB-5 Direct Investment advisory services and will manage EB-5 Regional Centers covering Northwest, Central and Eastern Ohio.

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Working with Foreign Investors. Learn more.

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21 East State Street
Suite 2200
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Call +1 (614) 914-5076
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MAG Ventures has partnered with several public organizations to support foreign investment in Ohio.  Our team consists of nonprofit economic development agencies, public port authorities and world-class universities.  Together, we provide unparalleled service to foreign investors and project developers.

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Ohio, the heartland of America, is a great place to build a business, raise a family and enjoy an outstanding quality of life.  Ohio's central location, diverse economy and world-class education and healthcare institutions, offer business leaders amenities that few other states can match. 




It's all found in Ohio. 

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Ohio city 30th on list of best cities to start a business

The Columbus Dispatch reports: A new report pegs Columbus as the 30th best city in the U.S. to start a business.

WalletHub.com ranked 150 cities using 14 metrics ranging from the the five-year survival rate of new businesses to the affordability of office space to the educational background of the local labor force. Read More.

Columbus tops business ratings

The Columbus Dispatch stated, "The reputation of Columbus as a city that’s economically vibrant continues to grow nationally: Columbus was the only Midwestern city to receive top ratings in a new Forbes magazine list of Best Cities for Business. Based on a survey of nearly 8,000 small-business owners by business website Thumbtack.com, the list is dominated by cities in Texas and in spots across the South and West.

This comes soon after the annual Milken Institute Best-Performing Cities index rated Columbus the top city in Ohio for job creation and retention, and 37 {+t}{+h} among 200 metro areas nationwide. A host of other recent studies and reports also have ranked Columbus highly as a desirable place to live and work." Read More.

EB-5 Visas: A Smarter, Cleaner Plan

Brookings reports, "Even though the EB-5 program has been around since 1990, it is only in the last few years that state and local economic development officials have begun to look toward using EB-5 for development in target sectors. Austin, Tex. has recently proposed creating the state’s first regional center that will focus specifically on green tech and renewable energy projects. It would be one among eight other regional centers in Arizona, California, Michigan, and Nevada that are geared toward renewable energy development. Other regional centers have focused on other industry sectors with considerable success, such as the redevelopment of former military bases into mixed-use projects." Read More.