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Meet the Team Behind the Mission: Q&A with Kevin Donnelly

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 script 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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Opportunity Zones: New tax law supports investing locally

Investing in neighborhood revitalization is a priority in Greater Cincinnati, and now, with passage of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, a new federal program will channel private capital to historically low-income Opportunity Zones designated by each state.


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REDI Cincinnati Recognized as a Top Economic Development Organization by Site Selection Magazine

Site Selection Magazine has awarded REDI Cincinnati with the 2018 Mac Conway Awards for Excellence in Economic Development, and declared REDI Cincinnati as one of the Top 15 economic development organizations in the United States.


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Four Regional Companies Take Home REDI’s 2017 James A. Wuenker Growth Award

At its annual meeting April 19 at Music Hall, REDI Cincinnati extended the James A. Wuenker Growth Award to the following recipients: Q Laboratories, Maxim Crane Works, trustaff, and Amazon.com. Combined, these companies created 1,950 new jobs, retained 2,610 more positions and contributed a staggering $2 billion in total capital investment to the three-state, 15-county Greater Cincinnati region.


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REDI Cincinnati Celebrates Big 2017 Wins at Annual Meeting

On April 19, REDI Cincinnati hosted its 2017 annual meeting at the newly renovated Music Hall in Over-the-Rhine, joined by a crowd of more than 200 local elected officials, investors and business leaders.


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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.