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.


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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Checking it Twice

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and for locally based retailers, warehouse staff and supply chain managers, that means one thing: Regional logistics are in full swing.

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Greater Cincinnati Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs) give global companies serious edge

If you’re involved in global trading, you’ve probably heard of them. Maybe you’re even familiar with the two active zones serving Greater Cincinnati. But few people fully understand the advantages and ROI that participation in an FTZ can bring to their bottom line.

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What is a Foreign Trade Zone?

Greater Cincinnati is home to two Foreign Trade Zones, but do you know what that means?