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GLI Board Welcomes New Executive Committee and Board Members

Louisville, Ky. – Greater Louisville Inc. held its annual business meeting Tuesday, welcoming 16 new business and community leaders to serve on its Board of Directors and electing its 2019 Executive Committee.   Mike Ash, Regional President-Kentucky of Fifth Third Bank, was elected Chairman of Greater Louisville, Inc. He succeeds…

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GLI’s EnterpriseCorp, UofL, Louisville Healthcare CEO Council, and XLerateHealth Awarded RISE Grant

Grant to support cross-sector innovation and entrepreneurship through regional collaboration. A collaboration between the University of Louisville (UofL), Louisville Healthcare CEO Council (LHCC), XLerateHealth, and GLI’s EnterpriseCorp was awarded a RISE grant funded by KY Innovation through the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development. This grant will provide $1,300,000 in Kentucky…

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GLI Unveils 2019 State Legislative Agenda

Before a crowd of business, civic, and community leaders, Greater Louisville Inc., the Metro Chamber of Commerce, released its legislative priorities for the upcoming sessions in both Kentucky and Indiana. “We are only as strong as the investors engaged with us and this agenda was created by those same individuals…

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#ShopSmall Businesses on Saturday, November 24th

(Louisville, KY) – Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI) is once again encouraging shoppers to spend some of their holiday dollars locally during Small Business Saturday. This year GLI joined the Small Business Saturday Coalition to promote this annual celebration. Hundreds of vibrant small businesses across the Greater Louisville region, organized by…

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GLI Statement on Topgolf Lawsuit

“Once again, Steve Porter is profiting off of fear and trying to stifle Louisville’s growth.  He is using the court system to try to stop or delay Topgolf and its 500 jobs, despite strong public support for the project.  The residents that both oppose and support this project weighed in…

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Greater Louisville Foundation Receives $10,000 Grant from Wells Fargo Foundation

(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) – The Greater Louisville Foundation received a $10,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation to be dedicated towards the GLI Workforce Inclusion & Education program to improve the workforce inclusion and education pipeline for underserved individuals in the Greater Louisville region. The grant funds will be allocated towards…

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Greater Louisville Foundation Receives $10,000 Grant from The UPS Foundation

(Louisville, KY) – The Greater Louisville Foundation received a $10,000 grant from The UPS Foundation, which drives global corporate citizenship and philanthropic programs for UPS (NYSE:UPS). The grant will be used towards the GLI Workforce Inclusion & Education program to improve the workforce inclusion and education pipeline for underserved individuals…

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GLI Statement on Topgolf’s Unanimous Approval

“GLI applauds the Louisville Metro Planning Commission’s unanimous approval of Topgolf at Oxmoor Center. This is the right move to signal that Louisville is open for business and ready to welcome new and exciting ventures into our city that create jobs, while attracting and retaining young professionals.” –Kent Oyler, President…

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GLI Board Welcomes New Executive Committee & Board Members

(Louisville, KY) – Greater Louisville Inc. would like to welcome two new members to the GLI Executive Committee and five new members to the GLI Board of Directors. These business leaders were officially voted into their positions on August 7th and October 11th, 2018. Purna Veer, President of V-Soft Consulting,…

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GLI Supports on Topgolf at Oxmoor Center

“It is time we move past parochial thinking and embrace a highly sought-after, new development that will make Louisville more attractive to talented people. Projects like this drive economic growth.  Greater Louisville, Inc., the Metro Chamber of Commerce, calls on the Planning and Zoning Commission and Louisville Metro Council to…

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