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REDI Cincinnati's strategic plan for economic growth involves leveraging partnerships and promoting diversity, equity and inclusion. As the first point of contact for businesses, REDI connects them with the resources they need to thrive. With a focus on underrepresented ownership, REDI has already supported 50 companies, creating 376 new jobs and nearly $20M in new payroll. REDI's metrics-driven approach ensures progress towards core objectives, including increasing the number of diverse companies in the region.

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Dr. Paul R. Crosby, the President and CEO of the Lindner Center of HOPE, is a respected leader in the mental health field. There has been a 30% increase in demand for mental health services, and the Lindner Center has responded by hiring 20 new medical staff with plans to expand its outpatient and residential services. Dr. Crosby's leadership emphasizes empathy, compassion and excellence in mental health care, with a focus on providing patients with the latest science-based treatments to help them achieve mental wellness.

We spend our lives trying to create an enjoyable and shareable life. Sure, we experience ups and downs, but we can flounder when the difficulties outweigh the joys. The good news is that therapy — specifically targeted therapy designed just for your struggles — can make all the difference in…

Bradley Schulte, M.D., is a skilled interventional pain management specialist at St. Elizabeth Physicians who understands the debilitating impact of chronic pain on a patient's quality of life. Dr. Schulte treats a wide range of pain conditions, from joint and nerve pain to migraines and arthritis, using minimally invasive procedures that offer long-lasting relief.

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Celebrate Harriet Tubman's bicentennial with commemorative coins issued by the U.S. Mint in partnership with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and the US Department of the Treasury. The coins will honor Tubman's achievements as an Underground Railroad conductor and will be issued in $5, $1 and half-dollar gold and silver coins. Procter & Gamble is supporting the launch, and the Freedom Center will display artifacts from Tubman's life. The coins are set to be released on January 1, 2024, and will be on sale until December 31, 2024, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Freedom Center.

Two of the Groundbreaking Doctors from Oncology Hematology Care (OHC) are Mark E. Johns, M.D., and James H. Essell. OHC is actively involved in cutting-edge treatments and clinical trials that change cancer patients’ outcomes in the Greater Cincinnati region. The practice provides highly individualized care to each patient, with doctors like Dr. Johns and Dr. Essell creating custom treatment plans based on each patient's cancer.

Data demonstrates that Greater Cincinnati’s gross domesticproduct would be $9.9 billion higher if racial disparities were addressed. The unemployment rate for Black workers in Hamilton County is almost three times that for white workers. This is where the All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition c…

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Looking for a boutique construction firm that is passionate about good design work? Evolo Design has over 20 years of experience and specializes in creating one-of-a-kind interiors that are catered to their clients. You'll get the very latest technology and newest interior designs. But what really sets Evolo apart is a commitment to building great relationships with clients on something beautiful, special and lasting.

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Michael Swank, M.D., is a hip and knee replacement surgeon at Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. With almost 30 years of experience, Dr. Swank has pushed boundaries in his field, including being the first in the region to perform a computer-assisted hip replacement and the first to achieve a fully custom knee replacement. Dr. Swank's commitment to patient care has led him to become the first joint replacement surgeon in the region to perform exclusively outpatient total joint replacements.