Source: Cincinnati Business Courier, July 2019
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Why the Cincinnati Region?
“I can’t help but reflect on what a perfect match Cincinnati and GE Aviation have been for 70 years. A community and company that have grown together.”
The Cincinnati region is in an “ideal economic situation” thanks to competitive state income tax rates, which hover around five percent, compared to nine percent in places like Connecticut. And as momentum builds around projects like the Amazon hub at CVG, steadily low commercial rents will help us compete with expensive markets like Charlotte, Nashville, and even NYC.”
"REDI impressed me on multiple levels. We're loving it. Needless to say we are extremely satisfied with the results."
“People see this as a vibrant business community, which REDI has supported through their efforts. We are proud to invest in their organization, which continues to contribute to growth opportunities for our region.”
“There is strong collaboration within the Cincinnati region’s business community and REDI plays a key role in forging connections. We appreciate and rely on their partnership and diligent commitment to growing the regional footprint, which creates a larger customer base for us to serve.”
“Miami University is one of the founding investors of REDI Cincinnati and we value our working relationship with Kimm and her results-driven team. We are committed to building our regional talent pipeline to meet the business and economic development needs of the Cincinnati region.”