The new service will open up a gateway for local travelers to explore Europe, and create new opportunities for European travelers to discover the Cincinnati region.
Site Selection Magazine, a national site consulting publication, has named Northern Kentucky Tri-ED as one of the top 15 economic development groups in the United States.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED announced that Jennifer Panepinto has joined Northern Kentucky Tri-ED as Director, Business Retention & Expansion.
Gov. Matt Bevin joined local officials and company executives from Maxim Crane Works LP, a nationwide crane rental and lifting services provider, to open a $4.71 million office that consolidates the company’s operations into Kentucky and is creating 100 full-time jobs.
Blue Grass Metals Inc., a supplier of wire forms to the automotive industry, will expand its operation in Boone County with the creation of 15 jobs via a more than $4 million investment.
L’Oréal USA Announces New Kentucky Renewable Natural Gas Agreement and Innovative Approach to Achieve Carbon Neutrality for its Operation Facilities by 2019
Today, L’Oréal USA announced its plans to achieve carbon neutrality in 2019 for all 21 of its U.S. manufacturing and distribution facilities with a financially sustainable approach that could potentially serve as a model to support new renewable natural gas (RNG) projects in the future.
Kentucky’s international growth continues to set records. In addition to last year’s all-time investment mark of $9.2 billion, Kentucky has increased the presence of international companies and broken its export record for the second consecutive year, this time topping the $30 billion mark in the process.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED today announced Katherine Brun was recently promoted to Manager, Business Development with responsibilities for overseeing Tri-ED’s lead generation efforts and the organization’s domestic and international travel.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED today recognized companies that located, expanded or were launched in the Northern Kentucky region in 2017 at the 10th annual Northern Kentucky Thoroughbred Awards.
In 2017, the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) served 7.8 million passengers, its largest volume since 2010. This represents a 16 percent year-over-year increase (compared to North American average of 3 percent) and approximately 1.1 million new passengers compared to 2016.