GLIDE 2017 Explores the Unexpected in Nashville

3/15/2017 02:22:16 PM

“GLIDE Nashville will focus on the unexpected reasons why pro-business city is able to attract and retain talented professionals, generate hundreds of spin-off businesses, succeed as a top tourist destination, and embrace creativity to craft a vibrant community,” Kent Oyler, GLI’s President & CEO, said.


GLI’s Long-term Priorities Get Legislative Approval

1/9/2017 03:26:35 PM

(Frankfort, KY) – In a major victory for the future economy of Kentucky, the General Assembly succeeded in passing four key pieces of economic growth legislation this weekend. Right-To-Work (HB 1) and a related bill to protect workers’ paychecks by controlling the use of payroll deduction (SB 6), repeal of the prevailing wage (HB 3), and Pension Transparency (SB 3).


GLI Announces 2016 Silver Fleur-De-Lis Winners

1/4/2017 03:33:22 PM

Greater Louisville Inc. will be honor two groups with the Silver Fleur-de-Lis at the upcoming Annual Meeting being held on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017.




The New Goes Live

11/30/2016 04:08:58 PM

“We need people to be champions for our region,” Deana Epperly Karem, VP for Regional Economic Growth, told the crowd of 150 in attendance at the Muhammad Ali Center. “You are the drivers of getting people to see the opportunities and the lifestyle amenities Greater Louisville offers.”


Greater Louisville Foundation Receives $767K Grant from James Graham Brown Foundation

10/26/2016 03:08:22 PM

The James Graham Brown Foundation is making a significant investment in the Greater Louisville Foundation’s talent attraction and retention efforts.


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.


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.