Upcoming Events

  • Middle Market Network

    May 2, 2017

    Park Hyatt Washington DC

    Middle Market Network is The Wall Street Journal’s by invitation-only event that brings together leading figures in business, finance and government to discuss the opportunities and risks shaping the future of America’s middle market—the engine of U.S. growth, job creation and competitiveness.
  • CFO Roundtable Discussion: Human Capital Planning and Performance Optimization- Orange County

    May 3, 2017

    The Pacific Club

    Talent is crucial to the success of any business. Talent planning plays two essential roles, ensuring that companies have the highest quality people in critical roles, and that they have a plan in place to fulfill their talent needs as the company grows and changes. Talent planning is an overarching concept that identifies key positions and players, understands skills gaps, and creates succession plans to keep crucial roles filled today and in the future.  
  • CFO Roundtable Discussion: Human Capital Planning and Performance Optimization- Los Angeles

    May 4, 2017

    Ayres Hotel Manhattan Beach/Hawthorne

    Talent is crucial to the success of any business. Talent planning plays two essential roles, ensuring that companies have the highest quality people in critical roles, and that they have a plan in place to fulfill their talent needs as the company grows and changes. Talent planning is an overarching concept that identifies key positions and players, understands skills gaps, and creates succession plans to keep crucial roles filled today and in the future. 

Receive Grant Funding to Study Middle Market Businesses

NOTE: 2017 APPLICATION DEADLINE CLOSED. APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2018.

Do you have an idea for research that addresses important business challenges or policy issues facing middle market companies?

Submit a proposal for grant funding!

Each year, the National Center for the Middle Market funds grant requests for research that will benefit the middle market. We are specifically interested in research projects designed to generate data and insight that can accelerate growth, increase competitiveness, or create jobs for the middle market. This year we are specifically looking for proposals in one of the following areas: Operations, Talent/Culture/HR, Growth & Innovation, Access to Capital, and Economics/Policy. 

Proposals will be accepted and evaluated on a semi-annual basis according to the schedule below.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

APPROVAL DECISIONS

              November 28, 2017 January 31, 2018

 

We invite you to use the links below to download the RFP and submit your proposal for consideration!

For further information, please contact Alicia Ritchey at 614-292-7770 or e-mail ritchey.63@osu.edu.

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