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Where Risk Meets Reward

One mile north of downtown Cincinnati, the area known as the Uptown Innovation Corridor has long represented a convergence of world-class academics, medicine and research. Now, thanks to a partnership between the University of Cincinnati and Procter & Gamble, those sectors and others will join forces via UC’s forthcoming 1819 Innovation Hub.


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Great Minds Move the Region: What's new in Tristate higher education

From Miami University to NKU, check out just a few recent announcements that are helping our local academic institutions once again make national headlines.


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Best Foot Forward: A few (billion) reasons the 2018 SSG Conference was important

Who was the mysterious group of 44 individuals taking a grand tour of our city last week? Simply put, they represented the 2018 Site Selection Guild Conference, and have the power to bring region-changing economic development projects to Greater Cincinnati.


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Meet the Team Behind the Mission: Q&A with Josh Wice

In its mission to recruit companies and grow jobs, the REDI Cincinnati team amplifies our region’s unique story to national and international audiences. This series flips the microphone for a look at what makes these passionate economic development professionals tick — and what they love most about living and working in Greater Cincinnati.


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Unstoppable: Top Takeaways from Women's Day Event

At Cintrifuse’s recent “Building a SHE-cosystem” event at Music Hall, REDI Cincinnati President & CEO Johnna Reeder and other Greater Cincinnati leaders gathered to share business wisdom, answer questions and observe International Women’s Day, a global effort celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.


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Greater Cincinnati Recognized as Economic Development Leader

Greater Cincinnati ranked sixth on list of "Top 10 Metro Areas with Population More than 1M" for new and expanded facilities, according to Site Selection Magazine.