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February 2024

Greater Louisville Inc. report shows strong outlook for regional economic growth in 2024

Louisville, Ky. (February 20, 2024) – In a newly released report, Greater Louisville Inc. outlines strong performance in core economic development metrics from the fourth quarter of 2023. GLI’s project pipeline, made up of companies who are considering relocating or expanding in the region, grew by 93% in 2023, highlighting…

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Legislative Updates: Week Six

This week in Frankfort marks the mid-point for the long session. The legislature has filed more than 700 bills between the two chambers, and we are starting to see movement on priority pieces of legislation. Here are some highlights for the Louisville business community over the last week: Legislative Updates…

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Greater Louisville Foundation announces new leadership, directors

Louisville, Ky. (February 7, 2024) – The Greater Louisville Foundation (GLF), the philanthropic arm of Greater Louisville Inc., announced its new leadership; including electing a new chair, secretary, and three new directors. Rocki Rockingham, chief HR officer of GE Appliances, was named chair of the 2024 Greater Louisville Foundation. Rockingham…

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January 2024: New and Returning Investors

Welcome to our 15 new investors and thank you to our 106 investors who renewed in January.   New Top Investors: First Financial Bank Land Design & Development, Inc. Mediaura ServiceMaster by Angler ServiceMaster by Trifecta Superior Maintenance Co. Vimarc Renewing Top Investors: Accelecom Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield…

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House Passes Their Version of the Budget

Last night, the state budget bills passed the House and are now headed to the Senate. Between HB 1 and HB 6 respectively, the budget includes $29 billion dollars of General Fund spending and $1.7 billion dollars of spending from the state’s budget reserve trust fund. These budget bills were…

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