Greater Cincinnati Aligns with 2019’s Top Economic Trends

Each year, we take a close look at emerging economic development trends and pinpoint opportunities to continue attracting and supporting great companies, jobs, and capital investment in Greater Cincinnati. Here are the trends that are front and center for 2019.


Meet the Team Behind the Mission: Q&A with Tammy Riddle

The fast pace, opportunities to exercise analytical skills, and high energy are what Tammy Riddle enjoys most about her current role as as REDI Cincinnati’s Investor Relations Director. Read on to learn more about this dynamic leader.


Meet the Team Behind the Mission: Q&A with Brandon Simmons

When he accepted a position as REDI Cincinnati’s Vice President of Project Management, Brandon Simmons made the move to Greater Cincinnati. But it was by no means the Cleveland native’s first introduction to the three-state, 15-county region.


Here’s why sites like Marydale are a matchmaker’s dream come true

In many ways, REDI Cincinnati is the “matchmaker” of corporate site selection. As regional economic developers, we get to know business leaders, listening carefully to their workforce needs and challenges as they prepare to locate or expand. Then, we introduce them to a range of prospective sites and help them narrow down the list, eliminating incompatibilities until they are ultimately paired with an ideal location that will support success well into the future.


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.


Here’s How REDI Cincinnati Uses BI to Take the Guesswork Out of Company Attraction

In regional economic development, we hear a lot about the “secret sauce” used to attract growing companies. But what does that really mean?


StandardAero Moves to Hire 250-300 After Opening 200,000 sq. ft. Sharonville Facility

After opening its newest facility in Sharonville, Ohio, aerospace maintenance and repair provider StandardAero Component Services will expand and hire 250-300 technicians and other employees to meet growth demands and better serve its customers. The company’s expansion into an adjacent building opened in September of 2018 and will accommodate growth in its military and commercial aircraft engine component repair business.


Greater Cincinnati Named Top 10 Metro For STEM Professionals

A study by WalletHub shows Greater Cincinnati ranks among the top 10 metro areas for workers in science, technology, engineering, and math jobs. The study ranked the 200 largest metros across the United States in 20 key metrics. The data set ranges from per-capita job openings for STEM graduates to annual median wage growth for STEM jobs and projected demand for STEM workers by 2020.