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Louisville Ford plants expansion named "Top Economic Deal of the Year" by Business Facilities magazine

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Louisville ranked in Top 10 “Best Destinations for Baby Boomers to Retire” by The Washington Economics Group

Louisville ranked in the Top 25 “Big Cities of Art” by American Style Magazine

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    Growth Capital
    Are you seeking funding to fuel the growth of your business? Connect with experts to assign a valuation to your business. Identify sources of capital. Understand investor expectations. Connect with investment groups.
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    Are you an established business in need of revitalization? Benchmark your size and profitability. Identify new opportunities for high-margin sales. Get advice from 'been-there-done-that' experts. Define and implement a new winning strategy
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    Are you an emerging technology company? Determine market feasibility. Apply for tech grants. Identify funding sources. Protect your intellectual property. Secure partners & senior managers.
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    The Community Foundation of Louisville releases tribute video to Henry Vogt Heuser Sr. - the reason our Vogt Awards program is possible. To access the video – click here.

  • Kent's Column: People And Skills Matter To Your Bottom Line

    2/2/2015 01:21:22 PM0 Comments

    Training.  Learning.  Skills development.  Whatever term you use, these days it darn well better be at the core of your business strategy.  Why? Well let’s start with most businesses’ favorite thing, their bottom line…

    Steve Pearlstein, a famed economist and Washington Post business writer recently said, “one of the best ways to increase your business’ bottom line is the investment in the development of your employees’ skill sets, problem solving abilities, and creativity”.   Insightful, though hardly profound.


Terry R. Gill
Vice President
Lisa Bajorinas
Director, Kentucky Innovation Network at Greater Louisville Inc.
Jeff Cummins
Manager, University Commercialization
Nicole Eovino
Asst. Director, Kentucky Innovation Network at Greater Louisville Inc.
David Oetken
Business Advising, Small Business Development Center
Bob Saunders
Executive in Residence