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Our business is to ensure your business makes it in Mercer County, Pennsylvania. We are a low-cost alternative for business expansion. If you want to grow, expand or are looking to start a new business, we can help.

We have the financial tools to help you Make it in! Mercer County with loans, grants, credits, abatements and more.

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Mercer County is a low-cost alternative for all businesses looking to succeed. Its available land, resources and financial support make it ideal for everyone from startups to established businesses looking to expand.


Mercer County is an ideal location for all kinds of manufacturing. With a road network consisting of Interstates 79, 80, and 376, a location within 1-hour of several major airports, and available railroad systems, manufacturing businesses will find it easier than ever to connect with customers and seamlessly deliver orders. Additionally, Mercer County has a number of loans and grants exclusively available for manufacturers looking to grow.


Home to three major hospitals and health systems, Mercer County offers plenty of opportunity in the medical and health care fields. Currently, health care, along with social services and education, accounts for more than 26% of the industry in Mercer County and continues to grow.


Mercer County is home to well-known retailers such as The Winner, Wendell August Forge, Reyers Shoe Store, Daffin’s Candies and Grove City Premium Outlets. The fact that Mercer County draws millions of visitors every year specifically for retail, makes it a sought after location for any retailer.


Mercer County’s growing population and expanding industry continue to increase the demand for transportation. Located within a day’s drive of major markets including Pittsburgh, Cleveland, New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, Buffalo, and Southern Canada, and having access to a regional labor pool of more than 300,000, Mercer County’s transportation industry is expected to continue its rapid growth into the foreseeable future.