Amazon to Locate Prime Air Shipping Hub at Northern Kentucky’s CVG Airport, Creating 2,700 Jobs with $1.49 Billion Investment
In an announcement establishing Kentucky as a top logistics center globally, Gov. Matt Bevin said today Amazon, over several years, will build a $1.49 billion shipping hub to serve its fleet of Prime Air planes at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) in Hebron, creating 2,700 full- and part-time jobs.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED honored 18 companies that located, expanded or were launched in the region in 2016 at the 9th annual Northern Kentucky Thoroughbred Awards. The 2016 Tri-ED Annual Report was also released, highlighting the direct, indirect and induced impacts of jobs and investment from primary industry companies and entrepreneurship activity.
VonLehman & Co., one of the largest accounting firms in the Greater Cincinnati region, is celebrating its move and opening of their new headquarters at Wright’s Summit Office Complex on Jan. 12.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED announced today that in 2016, 25 primary industry companies expanded, located, invested or announced new jobs in the Boone, Campbell and Kenton County region resulting in a projected 1,682 new direct primary industry jobs and more than $327 million in capital investment.
Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Northern Kentucky Tri-ED) announced that Jamie Nieves has joined Northern Kentucky Tri-ED as Manager, Business Retention & Expansion.
Global Clinical Trials Firm CTI to Locate Headquarters in Covington, Create 500 Kentucky-Resident Jobs
Gov. Matt Bevin today announced CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services, a global, privately held company providing therapeutic expertise to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, will relocate its headquarters to Covington
The CEOs of two Northern Kentucky-based technology startups will be among 700 global entrepreneurs at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), being held June 22-24 at Stanford University
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED honored 22 companies that located, expanded or were launched in the region in 2015 at its annual recognition event, the Northern Kentucky Thoroughbreds, today at the Drees Pavilion. The 2015 Northern Kentucky Tri-ED Annual Report was released highlighting the direct and indirect impact of jobs and investment from primary industry companies and entrepreneurs.
The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced today the hire of two new professionals that will work within its Business Development unit, led by Wade Williams, SVP.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED announced today that in 2015, 27 primary industry companies expanded, located, invested or announced new jobs in the Boone, Campbell and Kenton County region resulting in a projected 2,435 new direct jobs and more than $459.8M in capital investment. Northern Kentucky Tri-ED will honor those companies that located, expanded or were launched in the region in 2015 at its a…