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AssureCare® Commits to 100 New Jobs at Downtown Headquarters

Health management software company AssureCare has announced it will add 100 jobs at its headquarters in downtown Cincinnati, bringing the company's total new payroll to $10M. This exciting expansion is thanks in part to efforts by REDI Cincinnati and JobsOhio to secure a Job Creation Tax Credit from the State of Ohio that will benefit the company for years to come. Learn more about incentives that help companies like AssureCare thrive in Greater Cincinnati.


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Leading Visual Image Company Expands Blue Ash HQ

Lighting and graphic solutions manufacturer, LSI Industries, Inc., today announced plans to expand its Blue Ash headquarters, adding 50 assembly operation and executive jobs with a total new payroll of more than $1.3 million.


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InfoTrust to nearly triple workforce in Blue Ash

Digital analytics consulting and technology company InfoTrust announced it aims to nearly triple the workforce in its Blue Ash headquarters over the next three years. InfoTrust currently employs 35 associates in Blue Ash. CEO Alex Yastrebenetsky said the company has been steadily expanding its footprint since 2010 as it grows its business globally.


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IoT Strength in Early Adoption

We look at IoT through the lens of economic development, analyzing how the Greater Cincinnati region can thrive by adapting and developing this technology. Device manufacturing makes up its own arm of the IoT tree, known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and as a recent study by Deloitte Group confirms, that connection to manufacturing positions Greater Cincinnati for strong leadership in this new frontier; meanwhile, our region is keeping pace with the other benchmark cities of Charlotte, Denver, Indianapolis, Nashville and St. Louis in terms of workforce talent.


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Greater Cincinnati Thinks Forward: Leaders work together for innovative solutions to 21st century challenges

By 2030, the United Nations projects 60 percent of the world’s population will live in mega-cities, dramatically increasing demand for resources and services. In response, leaders worldwide have begun closely examining how critical amenities like connectivity and transport will impact human life, work and interaction in the decades to come. The decisions we make now will inform those outcomes, and the pressure is on to find innovative and sustainable solutions.


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Future-Proof Careers: Robots on the Rise

Some might say Dr. Austin Lee, associate professor of communication at Northern Kentucky University (NKU), has a thing for robots. That would be something of an understatement.


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Love at first swipe

17,000 community members. 250+ client employers. 28 direct employees, with 100 more by 2020. These are just some of the impressive numbers the Cincinnati-based tilr job-recruiting app has generated since launching last year on Labor Day.


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Why Economic Developers Should Care About Their Startup Ecosystems

In this follow-up to Steve Case's July 12 visit to Cintrifuse, read how the region's startup ecosystem can help big companies succeed in an age of industry disruption.