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Hardy Diagnostics President: “Our future is in Ohio.”

Topping Greater Cincinnati’s list of recent biohealth wins worth celebrating is Hardy Diagnostics.


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The House that Innovation Built: The Uptown Innovation Corridor

As economic developers, imagination might be our strongest muscle. We dream big and strategize bigger. We rally our partners around a vision, maintaining faith that all the intangible elements will come together to form concrete reality. When those elements do come together, it’s magic. But it’s no accident. With each finished project comes a reminder that even one missing brick would weaken the entire foundation.


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Once Again, Greater Cincinnati is No. 1 in Sustainability

Cincinnati once again topped the list of the nation’s most sustainable metro areas, according to national corporate real estate and economic development journal, Site Selection Magazine.


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Investor Spotlight: Conger Construction Group Working for Greater Change

When Larry Conger founded Lebanon-based Conger Construction Group in 1992, he had a vision of building a company that would act with integrity in every project. Since then, Conger has established themselves as one of the most respected construction companies in Southwest Ohio, living up to their hallmark of “Building with integrity” and fostering collaborative relationships with the subcontractors, owners and architects with whom they work.


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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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Creating the Competition

In the last decade, Greater Cincinnati has become known as a major U.S. entrepreneurial hub, with a growing number of incubator programs working to boost our regional economy by investing in new innovations that drive small companies with big vision into well-known brands and growing companies.


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General Nano takes flight

Joe Sprengard claims he became an entrepreneur “by accident” seven years ago, when he met two University of Cincinnati inventors facing a difficult decision: License their nanotechnology to a Seattle-based firm or create a company of their own. The pair wanted to keep their innovative technology local, but they needed help from a business leader.


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Hoosier Happenings

Passion. That’s what Terri Randall, president and CEO of the One Dearborn economic initiative, credits with Southeast Indiana’s recent success. Randall, along with a strong team of business and community leaders, is tackling challenges head-on to support economic growth.