NKY Tri-ED

Northern Kentucky
3:29 pm
Tue February 25, 2014

Growing companies say NKY made them feel wanted

Newly Wed Foods, a breading and seasoning company announced a year ago its investing 57 million dollars and will create 115 jobs in Erlanger.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Northern Kentucky's Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (TRI-ED) now has strong numbers to back claims that it continues to attract local, national, and international companies to Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties.

The numbers

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Job creation
11:27 am
Thu March 21, 2013

Northern Kentucky shows strong 2012 job numbers

These 22 companies located or expanded operations in Northern Kentucky in 2012.
Credit Northern Kentucky Tri-ED

Northern Kentucky is posting strong jobs numbers for 2012. The Tri-County Economic Development Corporation reports 24 companies announced new locations or expansion projects last year, creating nearly 3,774 jobs.

Boone County Judge Executive and Tri-Ed Chairman Gary Moore says that's pretty good given the economic situation.

"This is the fourth highest as far as job creation... in our 25 year history," he says. "It's the seventh highest in capital investment. All of these are great signs that Northern Kentucky is positioned well for future growth and recovery."

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bioLOGIC
4:00 am
Mon February 11, 2013

bioLOGIC is bigger and open for business

bioLOGIC is a life science incubator in Covington.
WVXU

A Covington life sciences incubator is expanding and area developers are looking forward to it attracting more related companies.

When bioLOGIC moves in its newest start-up companies in March, the old dance hall, turned lab and office space, will triple its size. Managing Director Keith Schneider shows off the bigger conference room.

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Focus on Technology
5:31 am
Fri February 8, 2013

Growing life science companies

BioLOGIC, a life sciences accelerator in Covington
Ann Thompson WVXU

BioLOGIC, Covington's life sciences accelerator, is expanding. Not only do city leaders hope to fill the space but they are counting on the bright ideas and talented workforce to help lure other life science companies to the area. Ann Thompson reports in "Focus on Technology."


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