Northern Kentucky has a vibrant business community. NKY Chamber spotlight shines a light on the interesting stories our businesses create everyday and keeps you up-to-date with business news around the Cincinnati Region.
This week we invited Tricia Houston from Farmstand Market & Cafe to talk about their two locations. We had a slight audio issue and join the conversion while Tricia was discussing their location inside wooden cask in Newport Ky. Next Ellen Bates stops by to tell us about Bourbon & Boards, as well as, discuss other things happening in our region. Finally we indulge our inner sweet tooth as we interview Keith Bales of Moonrise Doughnuts.
This week we start things off with Geoff Marsh from AMEND, who is here to tell us how AMEND's top talent team helps businesses. Then we tackle the local business news for the week. Finally Nancy Grayson stops by to fill us in on the new partnership announced between Horizon Community fund of Northern Kentucky and Kentucky's edge
This week we start things off with Katie Tranter from DBL Law who will tell us about a recent ruling that may effect unemployment claim disputes. Then we tackle the local business news for the week. Finally we welcome Charlie Vance, CEO of Erigo Employer Solutions to discuss a new law that may effect the way you accommodate for pregnant women.
This week we talk arts in our region with Kim Best Executive Director of The Carnegie. Next we will chat about local business news topics with special guest Jill Morenz from Catalytic Development Fund. And finally we we invite Jake Rouse, CEO of Braxton Brewing and David Birdsall, 360 Properties to join us to learn about the New Braxton Barrel House coming to Fort Mitchell.
This week we talk to a company who's focus is to help you tell your business's story through the written word. Then we will have Dawn Denham Executive Director, NKY Chamber Foundation in to talk about what's going on in the region. Finally Father Daughter duo Rob and Lauren Huddson stop by to talk about their new book It Can Be Done.
This week we talk to two small businesses one that has been around for 40 years and one that has been around for just a few. Adriana Rogers form BomDia explains how she is doing massage & wellness differently. Brent Cooper joins us again this week to talk about the busy week we had in the region. Then Peter from Blue Marble Books tells us the history of this unique family owned business.
This week we talk to Abby Gerwe Founder of Queen City Destination and find out how her company is bringing conventions to our region. Next Brent Cooper, President & CEO to the NKY Chamber joins the team to chat about the Ovation site and other weekly business news. Finally we talk to Scott Wingate, Executive director of the WAVE Foundation at Newport Aquarium about their Mission.
This week we talk to Ulimi, a company who is using voice assist to revolutionize HR in our first Segment. Followed by the business week in review. Then we welcome the committee chair and one of the Honorees of the Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky.
This week we start with the business week in review and promo the launch of this new podcast. After that Laura Menge from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and Chair of LNK Class of 2020 stops by to tell us all about her experience in the chambers leadership program.