As part of a new conference for Northern Kentucky, young professionals from the Tri-State and as far as Pittsburgh will convene at Covington’s Metropolitan Club for the YP United Summit, where they
Hosted by Northern Kentucky University, Fast Growth Academy is an incredible opportunity for owners of start-ups and future entrepreneurs to learn from business owners who have successfully started
Jill Meyer, new Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber President/CEO and former Member-in-Charge of Frost Brown Todd will address the Covington Business Council luncheon crowd September 17 at the Madison
Heritage Bank invites customers to join in celebrating 25 years of local banking with local bankers.
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Debbie Williams of Home Video Studio - Erlanger was awarded the Best Long Form Video Prize at the franchise's annual award show held in Orlando from July 29-August 1. Williams was nominated for a t
With waves of information continuing to steadily describe the health risks of smoking cigarettes and other tobacco products, vaping, the smoke-free alternative has skyrocketed in popularity.
UpTech, the Covington-based informatics accelerator, today announced that nine startups will be a part of its fourth class.
Inc. Magazine has included Legion Logistics on the Inc. 5000 list for the second consecutive year. This year, the company is ranked #611.
A group of Northern Kentucky University students won several competitions in the past year for a food product they developed that makes it easier for parents to get their kids to eat vegetables.
This Friday, August 7, Rotary of Covington will host Rotary After Hours at the Emerge Hair Studio & Spa on Scott Boulevard in Covingon at 6:00 p.m.
The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority today granted to UpTech Fund II, LLC $800,000 in state income tax credits, pursuant to the Kentucky Investment Fund Act.
The Northern Kentucky Area Development District has been approved by The Greater Cincinnati Foundation for a $50,000 grant to benefit the Covington location of the Kentucky Career Center.