Meet the team behind the mission: Q&A with Carrie Pastor

While working at the Cincinnati Regional Chamber, Carrie Pastor forged deep relationships with regional leaders and advocates. When a position became available at REDI Cincinnati, she knew it was the right move. Read on to learn more about this charismatic professional and what excites her most for this next chapter as director of investor relations.

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Embracing the Unknown: Annual Workforce Summit Hits Stride with Solutions-based Format

REDI Cincinnati's second-annual Workforce Solutions Summit on September 6 continued to find its stride as a powerful resource for local employers. And what initially presented as the biggest challenge—fear of the unknown—has emerged as a great asset in uncovering tools to assist growing companies.

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Meet the team behind the mission: Q&A with Danielle Losos

Before coming on board as REDI Cincinnati Marketing Manager, Danielle Losos learned about tax laws, revenues, and goal numbers to write on behalf of accountants as part of the accounting and business services team for American City Business Journals.


REDI Cincinnati hires director of investor relations with eye towards financial future

REDI Cincinnati has added Carrie Pastor as director of investor relations to its team of dedicated economic development professionals. In her new role, Pastor will cultivate relationships with new and existing REDI Cincinnati investors, help strengthen regional partnerships, and drive engagement to further the organization’s mission of aligning the region to compete globally.


Meet the team behind the mission: Q&A with Andrea Garrett

Before arriving as a transplant to the Cincinnati Region, Andrea Garrett had plenty of economic development experience. But for the first time, as REDI Cincinnati site selection and real estate manger, Andrea has the chance to incorporate a deep passion for helping companies find the perfect location to thrive.


Here’s how Greater Cincinnati answers the call for viable sites

In recent years, Greater Cincinnati has deployed teams like REDI Cincinnati to assist in bringing more and better corporate sites to market across all industries. In this article, find examples of diverse regional real estate, and learn what it takes to respond quickly to inquiries and meet the needs of growing comanies.


Ohio is watching Greater Cincinnati—and the view is good

When JobsOhio announced it would send its President J.P. Nauseef on a tour of Ohio’s six major regions, REDI Cincinnati mobilized with one main objective: Make sure he leaves Greater Cincinnati with a clear understanding of the three-state region’s unique position and potential, especially as it relates to talent and sites—the key drivers of economic success.


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.”