New study: Greater Cincinnati leads in global shift toward innovation districts

A new study from the Brookings Institution further validates our region as a leader in the rise of innovation districts, listing Cincinnati among only 20 U.S. markets and 100 cities worldwide at the forefront of “a new geography of innovation.”


Modula to add jobs in Warren County's iconic Dayton Daily News building

In partnership with REDI Cincinnati and JobsOhio, the Italian-based company commits to hiring 100 at new employees at the facility, located in the City of Franklin in Warren County.


Five companies take home James A. Wuenker Growth Award for regional impact

At its March 21 Annual Meeting, REDI Cincinnati presented Growth Awards to 80 Acres Farms, Ensemble Health Partners, Festo, L3 Technologies, and Magna Machine Company. Combined, these companies created 1,641 new jobs and contributed nearly $150 million in capital investment to the three-state, 16-county Greater Cincinnati region.


TREW, LLC to locate in Southwest Ohio, create 100 new jobs

TREW, LLC has chosen Southwest Ohio for its innovative new headquarters. The company will create over 100 new jobs in executive management, engineering, sales, customer service and other disciplines by December 31, 2021. TREW is a full-service materials-handling solutions provider, serving the warehouse, distribution, manufacturing, and e-commerce industries.


Innovation is a Mindset, Not a Major: UC’s 1819 Venture Lab linchpin for Uptown workforce development

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.


Hamilton Gets Back to Business with Innovative Talent Attraction Efforts

The City of Hamilton has become one of the region’s most innovative when it comes to attracting the talent necessary to help businesses thrive.


New Regional Transit Route Connects People to Jobs

A new public transit route launched service on September 11 to connect communities along the Cincinnati-Dayton Interstate 75 corridor, featuring eight stops at the major employment hubs of Middletown and Monroe, among others.


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.