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Greater Louisville Foundation Receives $500K Grant from The Gheens Foundation

9/27/2016 12:07:05 PM

This week, the Greater Louisville Foundation Inc. received official notification that it will receive a $500,000 grant over the next three years from The Gheens Foundation to fund its talent attraction and retention efforts in Greater Louisville.
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GLI’s EnterpriseCorp Names 12 Companies to the Hot & Fast Ranks

9/27/2016 09:57:22 AM

“The criteria to receive an award this year were much more rigorous,” Lisa Bajorinas, Executive Director of EnterpriseCorp, said. ”The companies selected are all using technology in new, exciting and innovative ways.”
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Louisville Leaders Return from GLIDE 2016 Austin

9/15/2016 03:10:09 PM

Three days of collaborative sessions, tours and talks wrapped up Tuesday evening with business, civic and community leaders returning to Louisville from Austin, TX.  The programming of the exploratory trip focused around filling the talent gap through the use of innovation and education.
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GLI Welcomes New Board Members

8/25/2016 03:14:52 PM

These six business leaders were approved by the Board at meetings in April and August of this year.
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Six Startups Win 2016’s Vogt Awards

8/24/2016 12:58:57 PM

Each winner will receive $25,000 in non-dilutive funding and an additional package of valuable services and mentoring for early-stage entrepreneurs. 
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2016’s Inc.credible Award Winners

8/19/2016 02:39:11 PM

More than 300 people turned out to celebrate the best local small businesses during the 16th annual Inc.credible Awards, presented by Strothman and Company, at the Galt House on Friday. The luncheon was presented by U.S. Bank. 

 


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GLI & Developers Win On Cast-Iron Pipe Regulation

8/3/2016 10:47:50 AM

Today, the State Plumbing Code Committee voted to suspend a decades-old rule requiring that buildings in Kentucky over 45 feet in height must use cast-iron pipe for plumbing. The suspension comes after multiple years of advocating by Greater Louisville Inc. and developers from across Kentucky.
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