Only four months into 2017, Kentucky has already announced $5 billion in corporate investment, thanks to billion-dollar projects by Amazon, Toyota and Braidy Industries.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce announces a new award to be presented at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner presented by Fifth Third Bank on Thursday, September 28th to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Northern Kentucky Tri-ED.
The first quarter of 2017 proved to be strong and historic for the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) with continued passenger growth and major announcements.
L’Oréal USA’s Florence facility is the company’s largest manufacturing site in the U.S. and its largest worldwide by tonnage of products produced.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court and Northern Kentucky Tri-ED are pleased to announce that Patricia “Pat” Wingo has joined Northern Kentucky Tri-ED as Director, Kenton County Economic Development Services.
Gov. Matt Bevin today announced candy maker Perfetti van Melle USA, which produces Airheads, Mentos and other popular brands, will expand its manufacturing plant near Erlanger with an $11 million investment bringing 70 new full-time jobs.
CVG announces additional service lines and increased passenger travel.
Northern Kentucky University’s Center for Integrative Natural Science and Mathematics (CINSAM) announced the expansion of its Next Generation STEM Classroom Project through a $340,000 grant from Toyota USA Foundation.
Creating an enduring gift to fuel the economic engine of the Tri-State, Toyota announced today that it is donating its Quality and Production Engineering Laboratory on its campus in Erlanger to develop a STEAM-focused education center to serve the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati region.
Kentucky placed second nationally in economic development projects per capita last year and first in the South Central region according to Site Selection magazine, Gov. Matt Bevin announced.