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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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Future-proof careers: Palatable printing

Two powerful organizations — GE Additive and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College — joined forces to grow the employment base in the additive industry.


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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.


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Why Economic Developers Should Care About Their Startup Ecosystems

In this follow-up to Steve Case's July 12 visit to Cintrifuse, read how the region's startup ecosystem can help big companies succeed in an age of industry disruption.


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Enable Injections Finds Fertile Environment for Growth in Greater Cincinnati

In this guest post from Enable Injections, president and CEO Michael D. Hooven shares why the Cincinnati region is the best place to grow his third company.


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Regional Companies Showcase Innovations at BIO International 2017

REDI Cincinnati and our partners were at the BIO International Convention 2017 in San Diego, California to introduce innovators to the Cincinnati region and showcase the technology advancements happening here. Read about the companies building on the region's biohealth legacy.


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Biotech startup Genetesis finds its home in Mason

This startup founder thought of a groundbreaking biohealth innovation while attending a Greater Cincinnati high school. Find out where the company is now and why it chose to locate in the region.


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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.