Purpose + Progress
The Port launched “Purpose + Progress,” its six-year impact report (2012 – 2017) on October 1, 2018 at Memorial Hall with more than 300 partners and supporters in attendance. The celebration kicked off with a welcome from President of the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners Todd Portune and City of Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley.
“Purpose + Progress” explores why and how The Port strategically invests in blighted and unproductive real estate and supports development; and, captures the progress we’ve made in our efforts to be truly transformative for Hamilton County. 2012 marked a new beginning for The Port when Laura Brunner became President and CEO. Brunner shared, “Our vision is for The Port to revive our real estate resources to fuel Cincinnati’s economic vitality.” “Purpose + Progress” is available at http://bit.ly/PortImpact
This video briefly recaps The Port’s first annual meeting.
The Appalachian Partnership, Inc. (API) today announced Dr. Glenda Bumgarner as its new President and CEO. Bumgarner currently serves as JobsOhio’s Senior Director of Engagement and joins the API team effective Aug. 31. She replaces John Molinaro, who is retiring and has served as API’s president and CEO since 2012.read more
Industry Leading Technology Firm Digital Forensics Corporation (DFC) Relocates New Headquarter to Warrensville Heights
Digital Forensics Corp. (“DFC”), a dynamic North American leader in the growing field of digital forensics, has moved into its new headquarters at 4400 Renaissance Parkway. The company purchased the building to relocate 50 mid-level jobs and invested $1M of improvements and technology upgrades to the existing building.read more
Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority Breaks Ground on National Road Business Park Access Road Project
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority (ZMCPA) has officially broken ground on the first major project at the National Road Business Park. The Park is located just off of I-70, Exit 160 on U.S. 40 in Muskingum County.read more