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Mark Twain supposedly said that Cincinnati is 20 years behind the rest of the world, but in the field of social design, the Queen City proves to be on the leading edge.
OCEAN Accelerator, the nation's first faith-based startup accelerator based at the Oakley campus of Crossroads Church, recently announced its third class.
Streetside Brewery is partnering up with Save the Animals Foundation to help raise money for the nonprofit via its Channel Your Flannel fundraiser.
Transportation could get a lot faster with the proposed hyperloop that could take passengers from Pittsburgh to Columbus in about 15 minutes.
On June 9, Cincinnati will once again host the Midwest Sustainability Summit at Xavier’s Cintas Center.
21c rang in the new year with MOMENTUM, featuring virtual-reality acquisitions and new-media works from local artists.
Rob Richardson, Jr. joins the Cincinnati's mayoral race with a platform that emphasizes innovation, inclusion and strength in unity.
More evidence that Cincinnati is carving out a niche in the tech world: Cintrifuse CEO Wendy Lea was named to the board of the world's largest startup accelerator network.
A Cincinnati startup designed to connect business owners with on-demand employees has received tax incentives from the city to create 150 jobs over the next three years.
With a growing workforce percentage shifting to freelance and contract bases, cities across the country are creating diverse co-working spots to meet the demand. How do Cincinnati's offerings stack up?
Read about just five of the dozens of Cincinnati-based startups poised for substantial growth in the coming year.
With more than $100 million worth of investments pouring into Walnut Hills in 2017, leaders and residents are working to manage the change, maintain diversity and secure a stable future for the neighborhood.
Tucked away in Warren County is one of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden’s top conservation projects: bee hives. It's expected that the honey produced will be available in the zoo's gift shop this fall.
https://www.law.uc.edu/Through the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic at UC, law students are able to provide free legal advice to entrepreneurs. Partnerships with local startup hubs have allowed students to help 230 small business owners.
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is inviting patrons to share their personal stories as part of its “Our Cincinnati” project, which is a digital celebration of Hamilton County’s neighborhoods.
Cincinnati native Rachel Loftspring started The Breeding Ground to help families raise awareness for gender-neutral paid leave and other issues affecting working parents.