News releases from Cincinnati Business Courier
Over-the-Rhine concert series celebrates women leaders
Today 13:49 EDT
Over-the-Rhine will play host to a concert series celebrating inspiring women artists and thought leaders over the next 12 months.
A Covington-headquartered accelerator group that focuses on women-owned startups officially unveiled its second brick-and-mortar location this week at an Ohio innovation hub.
Five things you need to know today, and who do you admire?
Today 6:23 EDT
Channel 5 launching expanded local news coverage next month
Today 6:15 EDT
Pride and pain: First-of-its-kind exhibit features self-portraits by transgender artists
June 18, 2021
“InsideOut: An Affirming Epiphany” is a collection of 28 self-portraits created mostly by Greater Cincinnati transgender residents who never considered themselves artists, but who found ways to express...
Music director Louis Langrée will not renew his contract with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra when it expires at the end of the 2023-24 season, the orchestra announced on Wednesday.
Main Street Ventures, a longtime booster of Cincinnati’s tech scene, is launching a new pitch competition and program this fall aimed exclusively at college students in the region.
Good morning, Cincinnati. Here are five things you need to know to help you start your busy business day.
A Northern Kentucky-based logistics firm is growing its reach as the company looks to undergo a tech-driven transformation.
Platow to leave Contemporary Arts Center after 14 years
June 15, 2021
The longtime leader of the Contemporary Arts Center announced today she is leaving the downtown Cincinnati museum later this summer.
P&G Ventures, the Riveter launching series focused on bridging funding gap for female founders
June 15, 2021
"The disparity of resources available to women-led businesses can seem insurmountable, but we hope these kinds of conversations bring us one step closer to a more level playing field."
A local philanthropic group is taking a novel approach to supporting some of the more unconventional ideas that may be brewing inside some of the region’s nonprofits.
Seven local performers and composers will be inducted this fall into the sixth class of the Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame.
As part of Aviatra Accelerators’ “Launch” class, the seven companies will further develop their business plans and financial projections and compete for capital to take their business to the next...
“Joining the Tixxy team was an absolute no-brainer. Outside of the fact that I’m a diehard musician and music fan, Eron’s vision, industry knowledge, and track record speaks for itself.”
Fast-growing Cincinnati construction tech firm inks deal
June 10, 2021
Officials say the deal expands upon the company's existing offerings by making the "transition from preconstruction to the construction phase becomes uninterrupted and transparent."
For the second time within two weeks, Film Cincinnati has announced a feature film is shooting in the area.
Five things you need to know, and a sandwich for Sunday
June 10, 2021
CVG launches newest flight today
June 09, 2021
“With everything I’ve seen, I just thought, ‘There’s just got to be a better way.' It’s about better outcomes, about better quality of life.”
Panel rules on Cincinnati councilman's suspension
June 08, 2021
A special commission of retired judges chosen by Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor to determine whether Cincinnati Councilman Wendell Young should be suspended has ruled.