Business & Employment
Nebraska locations have proven profitable for an increasing number of manufacturing firms - so profitable that Nebraska now has more than 2,100 manufacturing establishments.
Many firms, including such nationally known companies as Becton Dickinson, Dayco, Emerson Electric, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, IBP, Molex, Tenneco, and Valmont, have more than one plant in Nebraska - a testimonial to the profitable Nebraska industrial climate.
Industrial Development Organizations
The Osceola Industrial Development Corporation, and the city of Osceola work together for industrial development in the community.
The Osceola Industrial Development Corporation is a profit-type corporation comprised of 40 stockholders. It has an authorized capitalization of $100,000 with capital stock paid in totaling nearly $5,000. Principal assets include savings.
The Osceola Development Corporation has assisted five businesses with acquisitions and expansions. They have also assisted businesses to obtain grants and financing. The corporation holds an annual golf tournament, which takes in approximately $1,000.
Approximately 100 acres of land in and adjacent to the community are zoned for industry. The price of the industrially zoned land ranges from $2,000 to $3,000 per acre.
If you're interested in working or starting a new business in Osceola, contact the Osceola City Office at (402) 747-3411