Sporting events such as the Western & Southern Tennis Tournament, the Flying Pig Marathon, and the NCAA Hockey Regionals are not only big draws for participants and fans, they are also powerful economic generators for the region, bringing millions of dollars into Greater Cincinnati each year.
The Center for Economic Analysis and Development (CEAD) at the Northern Kentucky University Haile/US Bank college of Business tracks and analyzes local, state and regional business, economic and demographic information in order to provide a clearer understanding of our area’s current economy. CEAD Senior Director Janet Harrah and local financial advisor Chris DeSimio go over the latest numbers, and what they mean for our region’s future growth.
Cincinnati Council's Budget and Finance Committee holds one of its last scheduled meetings Tuesday before a new mayor and council take office on December 1st. The group faces a busy agenda since many sessions in September and October were canceled.
The group is expected to approve several incentives packages that will bring new jobs and new housing to the city.
Cincinnati Council will likely approve a parking lease in a few weeks that will allow UC Physicians to bring about 40 new jobs to the city.
Bill Fisher with the city’s economic development division said the firm wants to consolidate all its administrative functions in one location. UC Physicians has a building at Madison and Victory Parkway.