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Creating the Competition

In the last decade, Greater Cincinnati has become known as a major U.S. entrepreneurial hub, with a growing number of incubator programs working to boost our regional economy by investing in new innovations that drive small companies with big vision into well-known brands and growing companies.


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General Nano takes flight

Joe Sprengard claims he became an entrepreneur “by accident” seven years ago, when he met two University of Cincinnati inventors facing a difficult decision: License their nanotechnology to a Seattle-based firm or create a company of their own. The pair wanted to keep their innovative technology local, but they needed help from a business leader.


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Hoosier Happenings

Passion. That’s what Terri Randall, president and CEO of the One Dearborn economic initiative, credits with Southeast Indiana’s recent success. Randall, along with a strong team of business and community leaders, is tackling challenges head-on to support economic growth.


Insights from the 2017 Southwest Ohio Economic Outlook Conference

White House policies, self-driving cars and new sewage systems - learn from the chief economist of PNC Bank and others how the events and trends of 2017 might shape the Greater Cincinnati economy.


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Searching for innovation in Ohio

Looking for an R&D partner? REDI can help!


Greater Cincinnati startup community to welcome 1,000+ founders

More than 1,000 founders are about to descend on Greater Cincinnati. Why they're coming and what it means for our region.


Startup Cincy getting ready to shine

An entrepreneurs' event is coming to Greater Cincinnati. Wendy Lea explains what it means for our region.


Accelerator spotlight: HCDC Business Center

A nationally recognized accelerator is helping startups in Norwood