Cincinnati-Based FinTech Company to Double in Size

CINCINNATI, OHIO – Luma Financial Technologies, a FinTech company with a presence in both Cincinnati and New York City, announced today that it plans to add new jobs and double its presence at its Cincinnati office. Luma offers an award-winning digital platform that enables its customers, made up of ...

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Kroger Approved for 15-year Data Center Tax Exemption by Ohio Tax Credit Authority

Cincinnati, Ohio – The Kroger Family of Companies (NYSE: KR) today announced the Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved a 75%, 15-year data center sales tax exemption for all technology equipment purchased for Kroger’s two data centers and a supporting technology facility respectively located in ...

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Strength in Early Adoption: How Greater Cincy companies, apps and disruptive tech are building IoT infrastructure

The clearest difference between the Internet as we know it, and the fast-growing Internet of Things (IoT), is in the name: IoT applies to anything that is both connected to the Internet and has a tangible, real-life presence. That includes everything from your apartment’s Nest thermostat to the FitBit ...

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Greater Cincinnati Thinks Forward: Leaders work together for innovative solutions to 21st century challenges

By 2030, the United Nations projects 60 percent of the world’s population will live in mega-cities, dramatically increasing demand for resources and services. In response, leaders worldwide have begun closely examining how critical amenities like connectivity and transport will impact human life, work ...

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Robots positively influencing society. The possibilities are boundless.

Some might say Dr. Austin Lee, associate professor of communication at Northern Kentucky University (NKU), has a thing for robots. That would be something of an understatement. Lee is fast becoming one of the country’s foremost experts on so-called “social robotics,” and he’s relying on his vast ...

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Why Economic Developers Should Care About Their Startup Ecosystems

At a fireside chat with Cintrifuse’s Wendy Lea, cofounder of America Online (AOL) and billionaire venture capitalist Steve Case had some bold words to share:“Disruption is going to hit [big companies] in the face.” Case is making a point to invest in communities like Greater Cincinnati ...

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Engagement beyond the Classroom: NKU’s Center for Applied Informatics

One Greater Cincinnati school is changing the way the region thinks about work force development. The Northern Kentucky University (NKU) College of Informatics teaches students how to use technology to solve real-world problems via their virtual co-op program.“Our goal is to deliver innovative solutions ...

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Silicon Valley tech company finds talent it needs in Greater Cincinnati

Quotient needs the brightest minds and the best talent to remain an industry leader. Its commitment to growth in Greater Cincinnati is catching the attention of local economic developers. On March 2, Quotient earned a James A. Wuenker Growth Award from the Regional Economic Development ...

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Regional company helps auto dealers change the face of car buying

Car buying is changing! 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the National Automotive Dealers Association, and many area dealerships may be participating in the NADA Convention and Expo in New Orleans from January 26 through January 29. As the industry gathers to discuss the past, present ...

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Searching for innovation in Ohio

Innovation is key to ensuring companies remain competitive. And, JobsOhio wants to support innovation that solidifies our regional companies as industry leaders.Supporting innovationIn a recent REDI Cincinnati Community Partners meeting, JobsOhio's Andrew Deye, senior director of strategy, sales and ...

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