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.


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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A region of possibilities for new college graduates

Greater Cincinnati recently made headlines as the best city for new college graduates - and for reasons beyond affordability, low unemployment, and higher earnings. Read more to find out why Greater Cincinnati truly is the best place to start a career.


Talented workers key to regional logistics success

Greater Cincinnati is a logistics powerhouse because our colleges and universities know how to train skilled workers.

Greater Cincinnati prepares to host talent summit

Hundreds of CEOs from around the U.S. are coming to Greater Cincinnati to learn about attracting talent.

Regional colleges, universities key to logistics growth

This is the first in a series of blog posts highlighting regional colleges and universities that have strong logistic programs.

Making sense of millennials

REDI's research and database manager shares her thoughts on millennials in the workplace.

REDI Cincinnati celebrates strong 2015

REDI Cincinnati capped off a successful 2015 during its annual meeting on March 23.