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Kentucky restaurant utilizes interesting alternative to tipping

There's a Kentucky restaurant that has completely abolished tipping, and contrary to what you might expect, it actually looks like it might be great for their servers. Read more.

Mentors help minority companies accelerate growth

Minority business accelerators have launched in a handful of metropolitan areas in recent years as local businesses, chambers of commerce and economic development groups work to create more jobs and improve the quality of life in their regions. The Cincinnati accelerator, created by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in 2003, has inspired officials and business people in the Greenville, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C., and Newark, N.J. areas to start similar programs. Read more.

Cincy ranked second best city to be a writer

Cincinnati ranked No. 2 on MyLife's list of the 10 best cities to be a writer. Find out why.

Cincinnati ranked top 10 best city to start a new career

Apartments.com has complied a list of the best cities for new and recent graduates who want to be strategic about where they set up their new life, and Cincinnati made the top 10. Read more.

Cincy women detectives star in new TLC reality show

A new TLC channel reality series features a look inside the lives of two women homicide detectives in Cincinnati. The “Women of Homicide” series follows Cincinnati detectives Jenny Luke and Jennifer Mitsch as they try to balance their difficult jobs and personal lives. The show premiered last Wednesday. Read more.

REDI Cincinnati announces Johnna Reeder as President & CEO

REDI Cincinnati, LLC, the region’s leading economic development initiative, has named Johnna Reeder as the organization’s President & CEO effective May 5. Read more.

Company moves bring nearly 1,200 new jobs to Northern Kentucky in 2013

Last year was a strong one for the Northern Kentucky region, with the Northern Kentucky Tri-ED—the region’s economic development organization—reporting that 21 companies in 2013 announced new locations or expansions in Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. These projects brought 1,181 new direct jobs to the region. Read more.

Possible named one of 10 agencies to watch in 2014

Possible, a creative agency with offices in downtown Cincinnati, was named one of 10 ad agencies to watch in 2014 by AdvertisingAge. Read more.

Business incubator is ranked best in Ohio

The Hamilton County Business Center enjoys strong relationships with the region's investors and entrepreneurs. Read more.

9 Hot Startup Accelerators

The Brandery in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine was named one of CNN Money's top 9 startup accelerators in the U.S. Read more about the Brandery and the other accelerators on the list.

Empowering an Island of Misfit Toys

Chelsea Koglmeier is the operations manager at Roadtrippers.com and part of the first class of Venture for America Fellows. She recently wrote a bog post about what makes her startup team continue to grow as part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and Venture for America, in conjunction with the Venture for America Innovation Fund. Right now, seven teams of VFA Fellows are competing for access to $20,000 to get projects off the ground and make an impact in in Detroit, Providence, Cincinnati and New Orleans. Read more.


Cincinnati Partnership driving results, former director says

Cincinnati USA Partnership’s new strategy of driving local job growth by focusing on key industries is delivering results despite concerns raised by local government leaders over the agency’s communications, staffing and responsibilities, said Denyse Ferguson, the Partnership’s former executive director. Read more.

Investors perk up as Cincinnati startup scene evolves

It has to be encouraging for Cincinnati’s growing group of young, ambitious startup founders to hear that investors are finding a lot more opportunities locally to put their money than they used to. And the entrepreneurs have themselves partly to thank for that change. Read more.

Ailing Midwestern cities extend a welcoming hand to immigrants

The Dayton City Commission voted to make the city “immigrant friendly,” with programs to attract newcomers and encourage those already there, as a way to help stem job losses and a drop in population. Read more.

How One U.S. City Became an Unexpected Hub for Tech Startups

Home to the headquarters of 10 Fortune 500 companies, Cincinnati also supports a growing community of tech startups through accelerator programs, low business taxes and unemployment, and the connecting power of established companies.

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