HCDC Hiring for Economic Development Specialist Position

With the retirement of long-time HCDC staffer Barry Strum, HCDC is looking to hire for an Economic Development Specialist position. The employee in this position administers various economic development programs and multiple projects.  He or she must be detail-oriented, with strong oral and written communication skills and computer skills.  Knowledge of tax incentive programs is essential,…
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HCDC Officially Launches the Hamilton County Office of Innovation + Creativity

Last fiscal year Hamilton County, Ohio funded research to identify potential gaps in business development support for assistance to second stage businesses in their growth trajectory. In meeting and speaking with multiple organizations that serve startup and small businesses in the local community, the research indeed showed a need was present. As a recommendation, Hamilton…
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HCDC Hosts CDC Association Roundtable

On April 19, 2018, HCDC hosted a lunch and learn roundtable for the Community Development Corporations of Greater Cincinnati (CDC Association). The topics focused on small business attraction with a panel moderated by Deborah Davis, Minority Business Assistance Center Director of the African American Chamber of Commerce. The discussion highlighted the challenges and successful techniques…
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2018 Site Selectors Guild

HCDC Participates in 2018 Site Selection Guild Conference

Economic Development, News
Photo by: Steve Ziegelmeyer HCDC was proud to represent Hamilton County, alongside other local economic development organizations like REDI Cincinnati, JobsOhio, and the Cincinnati Port Authority, at the 2018 Site Selection Guild Conference on March 19-21. Made up of professionals nominated and approved by their industry peers, the Site Selectors Guild provides location strategy to…
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Cincinnati Port Authority Has $300K Grant Available from EPA for Environmental Cleanup

Economic Development, News
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) awarded the Port Authority a $300,000 Hazardous Substance and Petroleum Assessment Grant to assess properties whose redevelopment is hindered by existing or potential environmental contamination. The Port Authority has engaged one (1) environmental consulting firm to develop ASTM and/or Voluntary Action Program (VAP) Phase I and Phase II Environmental…
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