Learn more about some of our region's most successful companies and why they selected Greater Cincinnati to help their companies grow.
A seed-stage startup accelerator ranked as one of the top programs in the U.S. Up to ten companies are selected annually to participate in a three-month program to turn great ideas into successful, brand-driven startups.
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Manufactures, markets and distributes a broad range of innovative diagnostic test kits and biopharmaceutical-enabling technologies. In Greater Cincinnati, Meridian Bioscience turned a $500 investment into a $160 million global success.
With more than 3,000 customers every week, Rhinegiest is experiencing explosive growth. Greater Cincinnati offers a low cost of doing business paired with a low cost of living, a creative class of young entrepreneurs, a right-sized city for business owners, and established public and private leaders willing to help. As a result coFounder and President Bob Bonder says, “With the opportunity that’s here, there’s no shot I’m leaving.”
This Brandery graduate, Roadtrippers, is the nation's fastest-growing web and mobile travel planning platform, with over 5.5 million trips booked to-date.
Inspires people across the nation to get healthy through a diet and fitness website that has 15 million registered users
Coming from the East Cost, ZipScene Owner Sameer Munger was exposed to a "fend for yourself mentality". In stark contrast, he found Cincinnati to be inviting and the business community willing to help based solely on relationships. With today's technology landscape requiring data-driven know how, he also finds that Cincinnati provides an advantage when it comes to the type of talent available.
Aprecia is an emerging pharmaceutical company that uses proprietary technology to transform the way people take medicine. In addition to the talented workforce, Aprecia leaders determined Greater Cincinnati’s central location would be helpful when the company is ready to start shipping pharmaceuticals.
Archer Daniels Midland Company’s new IT center in Erlanger, Kentucky will support the company’s aggressive growth and global business expansion plans.
One of the Top 10 credit card issuers in the U.S., Barclaycard, has been growing rapidly in the past several years, and it needed to expand to support that growth. After searching for more than a year and considering more than 1,000 sites, the company chose to locate in Greater Cincinnati citing the market and access to talent as key drivers.
Supplies electron beam processing services to Greater Cincinnati companies in the medical device, pharmaceutical, consumer and industrial markets.
Greater Cincinnati is a solid investment for Fidelity, a leading financial services company. Since 1993, Fidelity has expanded six times including a 250-acre interconnected campus. To date, Fidelity invested more than $350 million in the region and employs more than 3,800 people.
Puts Greater Cincinnati on the map with a collaborative approach to healthcare transformation
Global Operations is GE’s multifunctional shared services organization. This center enables a unique competitive advantage by looking across all GE businesses, customers and suppliers for opportunities to deliver better outcomes at lower costs. Cincinnati is one of four such locations worldwide and houses ~1,000 people working in functions such as Finance/Accounting, HR, IT, Supply Chain, Legal/EHS and Commercial Operations.
From a single grocery store in 1883 to a Fortune® 500 grocery store chain and leading private label food manufacturer, The Kroger Co. continues to flourish in Greater Cincinnati.
Cincom Systems, Inc. was a software leader even before the industry existed. More than four decades later, the company continues to create innovative software solutions from its Greater Cincinnati headquarters.
Clear Measures taps into big data to help clients make better decisions.
DHL helps Greater Cincinnati companies ship their products faster.
A growing innovation company chose to expand in Greater Cincinnati.
Tokyo-based KAO USA tapped into Greater Cincinnati's talent to fuel its expansion.
India-based Tata Consultancy Services leveraged Greater Cincinnati's tech talent to drive its regional growth.
A materials handling solutions provider chose to double the size of its headquarters in Greater Cincinnati.
ADVICS Manufacturing Ohio, Inc. makes products that save lives. When the company began manufacturing braking systems in 1989, it produced one product for one customer – the Ford Escort. Today, it produces brakes for more than 20 vehicles made around the world.
Robert Bosch Automotive Steering, LLC, makes it easier for customers to get where they need to go. A subsidiary of Germany-based Robert Bosch GmbH, the company assembles electric power steering systems, steering columns and hydraulic steering systems for the North American market - and in 2015, the company was ready to expand.