Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce


The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Women’s Initiative Annual Breakfast takes place next Wednesday, January 24. Dr. Debra Clary, corporate director for the Leadership Institute at Humana, Inc. will be the keynote speaker at the breakfast, one of the largest professional development and networking events of the year

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With the Bourbon Trail’s main features being less than 90 minutes away, Northern Kentucky is taking steps to tap into Kentucky’s thriving bourbon industry. Northern Kentucky is now an official gateway to the Bourbon Trail. And the region is promoting it Bourbon Line, three distilleries and a collection of bourbon bars and restaurants.

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Sen. Mitch McConnell addressed the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Chambers of Commerce Thursday afternoon in Covington. The Senate Majority Leader is touring the state during the congressional recess. 

He was interrupted twice during his remarks by two people wanting, as they said, "to be heard." Both people were escorted out of the ticketed luncheon.


Next week is Canada Week in Kentucky


In today’s fast-paced world, efficiency is key to success in the workplace. 


The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has been providing leadership, direction and support in efforts to advance our region since 1969.


Given just how unusual this presidential campaign has been, political pundits have found it difficult to accurately predict what is going to happen next.

Judge Glenda Hatchett may be known for her award-winning show, Judge Hatchett, but her work far transcends television. 


The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Women's Initiative is holding its inaugural Regional Women's Summit on June 29. With the  theme “It'’s Time to Take the Lead,” the day-long summit is designed for women at all stages of their careers.

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The local economy is looking good and unemployment is at the lowest level in more than a decade. That's according to Julie Heath with the U.C. Economics Center.

Voters in Kentucky went to the polls Tuesday to choose the candidate they hoped would replace Steve Beasher as the next governor of the commonwealth. 

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Tuesday is Trey Grayson's first day on the job at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

The new president says he'll focus on what the chamber does best, advocating for local businesses and the region.

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The Northern Kentucky Chamber has a new leader.

In a release, the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce announces former Secretary of State Trey Grayson has been hired as its new president.

Since 2011, Grayson has served as Director of the Harvard University Institute of Politics. Grayson is a 1994 Harvard graduate.  The 42-year-old is scheduled to start his new job July 1. 

The Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky regions' economy continues to bounce back from the recession that began five years ago, according to a new economic outlook report.

But the economic outlook report issued Wednesday said more can be done to pick up the pace.

The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce issued a report Wednesday that forecasts a two percent increase in gross regional product in 2014, compared to 1.4 percent this year.