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The Long Journey of Building A Successful Company and Bettering Our City

Since selling its first life insurance policy on May 7, 1888, Western & Southern Financial Group has grown to a Fortune 500 company that owns nearly $48 billion and manages an additional $27 billion in assets. This staple Cincinnati company not only continues to grow, but is sharing its success with the city.

Flying High on Cincinnati's Explosive Growth

Cincinnati has a $132 billion economy, and it has not only eclipsed Columbus as Ohio’s largest city, but is also the fastest-growing city in the Midwest. With big growth comes businesses that need to move quickly to keep up. One company making its mark and to help keep Cincinnati competitive is Flight Solutions.

Collective Giving Changes Lives

When women come together to raise money for community betterment, they accomplish more than one woman can accomplish alone. That’s the simple – and successful – premise of Impact 100, Inc., which annually awards transformational $100,000-plus grants to nonprofit organizations here and across the nation.

A Cincinnati Masterpiece Reopens for Business

After an extensive historic restoration of Union Terminal, Cincinnati Museum Center is once again renting out the building’s unique spaces for events beginning this fall.

Making Life Sweet in Mariemont

Visiting Groovy Gumball Candy Co. in Mariemont Village is an adventure in fun. Entering the brightly-colored whimsical store, you can’t help but smile.

A Favorite Cincinnati Destination

Where can you go in the Greater Cincinnati area to relax and enjoy a homegrown glass of wine and fine dining? Vinoklet Winery in Colerain Township is the place. In addition to award-winning wines, Vinoklet hosts several fun events throughout the year, along with family and corporate events.

Artificial Intelligence: Coming Soon to a Medical Office Near You?

“I am human.” These three words seem simple, but their complexity is not to be overlooked. Being human signifies that we have the potential to understand our weaknesses, the intelligence to invent and the compassion to help each other. This way of thinking has allowed the worlds of radiology and medicine to advance so dynamically.

Planning is a Process...Not a Product

“Like anything, a plan is only as good as it is implemented,” says Kate Brown, CFP®, Vice President, Senior Wealth Planner at Fort Washington Private Client Group. “I don’t believe in planning with questionnaires because dreams are too big to fit in a box. At Fort Washington, our team guides the client’s experience and ultimately delivers individualized expertise.”

A Solid Foundation

The Children’s Home of Cincinnati’s preschool lobby looks homey. There’s a comfortable couch, cozy chairs and a coffee table, and Preschool Director Jill Smith says they want to make the new space even more homelike for the students and parents.

Forging Strategic Partnerships to Protect Clients

Investors rejoiced when the current bull market reached its eighth straight year of rising United States stock prices. However, as with anything as volatile as the stock market, it also leaves investors on edge as they wait for the next downturn or recession.

Celebrating Community, Love, and Happiness

At the 16th Annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon, guests were greeted by dozens of cheery pink balloons lining a pink-carpeted pathway leading to an afternoon of love and laughter. The Pink Ribbon Luncheon, presented by The Harold C. Schott Foundation and Trustees Tom and Francie Hiltz, is the annual October fundraiser that supports the Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund’s (CCPF) Pink Ribbon Programs. The event is all about celebrating a community of support for all those battling breast cancer.

From Challenging Vision to Eternal Value

On October 15, 2017, exactly 30 years after the initial meeting where the concept of a Christ-centered academically excellent school in Northern Cincinnati was born, the Beshear family was recognized at the dedication of Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy’s newest building, The Beshear Family Welcome Center.

A Family Affair

Having a hand on the helm of a business is a Shiver family tradition, whether as CEO behind Shiver Security or literally piloting a Flight Solutions jet. Running a successful enterprise carries a commitment to the community, a commitment that has been recognized for generations of Shiver leadership.

Three Simple Strategies to Reduce Tax-Time Stress

As many of us know too well, there is no way to escape filing your taxes. It can be a stressful time.

Save the Date

Stepping Stones builds pathways to independence for area individuals with disabilities. The tournament will be held on a 25-station course, and will include lunch, training, and a postevent reception. Tickets are $250 for a single shooter, or $1,000 for a foursome. “Through this event, we’re trying to do a small part to provide much-needed respite from the demands of caregiving for families,” Stepping Stones Board of Trustees Member Brian Folke, event co-chair of Indian Hill, said. “Building on last year’s successes, we have solidified several new corporate sponsors and partnerships. And, our new venue provides easy access for new participants for this day of sportsmanship.”

The Christian Village at Mason First in World to Offer The Include Platform™, a Breakthrough Digital Health & Wellness Platform

Local non-profit retirement community, The Christian Village at Mason (CVM) is the first senior living organization in the world to offer The Include Platform™, an internationally recognized digital health & wellness platform that pairs inclusive fitness equipment with integrated cloud software to improve outcomes while lowering barriers and costs.

Women of Influence Awards 2017