Organizations depend on information technology. It can often be an arduous and challenging terrain for individuals and companies to navigate. This is why organizations such as The Circuit, the IT association of the Greater Cincinnati region, are imperative to help guide the conversation and drive momentum.
Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, hosted parents of seriously ill and special needs children to a quiet, all-expense-paid private dinner by Chef Todd Kelly of Orchids at Palm Court at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza on April 26.
A three-appliance platform operating at an amazing speed – that’s what makes Seattle-based ExtraHop the global leader in real-time wire data analytics for IT intelligence and business operations. Recently, this pioneering tech company has been helping put an exciting spring in the step of local businesses.
How does a company ensure their employees are happy while still maintaining a healthy ROI? According to BDO USA, one of the nation’s leading accounting firms and a member of the worldwide BDO network, innovative thinking is the answer.
A new exhibit at the Duke Energy Children’s Museum at Cincinnati Museum Center will turn it into a positive, whimsical experience for children – and their parents – by inviting guests to take a stroll into the human mouth.
“Inside the Grin” is a gigantic anatomically accurate model of every tooth in the mouth. Upon its unveiling on April 30, children and adults can walk inside the model and explore a dentist’s office in a fun, non-threatening way.
Aquaponics is a marriage of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (soil-less growing of plants), thus growing fish and plants in an integrated self-sustaining system. The queen city's very own Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy's aquaponics program has been named as one of the top 10 programs in the U.S.
The Phoenix’s culinary team provides a boutique, personalized-style approach to catering unmatched anywhere else in the region. They provide expert advice to those beginning their search for the perfect caterer and building their wedding menu.
Carrying on Frank Mayfield's ideals, Mayfield Brain & Spine is proud to be a national leader in neurosurgery. Over the years, their specialists have developed countless treatment programs and facilities that have been innovative in their field.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is a special part of the community. Everyone – patients and employees alike – are treated like family. This comfortable and warm atmosphere is based on the highest degree of professionalism and a sincere desire to strive for excellence every day.
With the help of Partnership2Gether, the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati brought 25 Cincinnatians and eight Israelis together. It was an incredible experience for the Cincinnatian's to understand how Jewish people abroad live and practice their Judaism.
Miller’s technical training started young. “We actually had a salon in our basement,” she says. “By the time I was 12 my mom was having me put color on for her.” When the time came to consider her post-secondary education, Miller’s mother encouraged her to consider a career in hair.
BioWheels knows from more than two decades in business about how to match a cyclist with the right bike fit.
The store’s state-of-the-art bike-fitting studio has generated most of the recent attention at BioWheels, although they sell the industry’s leading brands and accessories and offer quality repair and service.
If you visit The Christian Village at Mason, you may see high school students working one on one with residents to create stunning pieces of art. Opening Minds through Art (OMA) is a new program through Miami University’s Scripps Gerontology Center that not only creates art but also new intergenerational friendships and connections.
“When looking for Cincinnatians of the Year, we need to find people who contribute significantly to the Greater Cincinnati community,” says Melissa Newman, executive director of the Southwest Ohio Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
Paige was a “girly girl” according to her mother, Heather Alessandro, but princesses for Paige were about more than sparkly crowns and pink ball gowns.
For Paige, adversity meant living with disabilities that made it difficult for her to participate in sports and the kind of roughhousing many kids enjoy.
While technological innovations provide new methods of accessible donation opportunities, there are so many causes worthy of assistance. How do donors choose which causes to support, and what compels donors to take action?
The Cincinnati Flower Show has something for everyone. In part- nership with the Cincinnati USA Sister City Association, the five-day event will feature unique floral displays, floral design demonstrations, celebrity lectures, international fare, culinary events and live enter- tainment. This year’s event will take place April 13-17 at Yeatman’s Cove on the downtown riverfront.
On Saturday, April 9, 1,400 friends, supporters of Cincinnati Children’s and special guests from the Reds came together at the Duke Energy Convention Center for the 12th annual Celestial Ball, benefiting the hospital and research center.
Cleveland, it’s no longer just the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In the past few years, Ohio’s largest city has experienced a dramatic rebound in business, economy and entertainment. Their vibrant community, urban development plan and growing number of businesses are making the city next to Lake Erie a desirable place to live and work. This positive trend and a large demand for jet service to Cleveland motivated Ultimate Air Shuttle to schedule regular flights from Cincinnati.
The Emerging Business Award honors businesses that are in the midst of experiencing growth or have been steadily growing throughout the years. Companies were selected based on their leadership, expertise in their field and the positive impact they are making in the lives of their employees.
On any given weekday, the population of Sharonville swells from about 13,500 to 39,000 due to an influx of people employed by a diverse array of businesses booming in this bustling burg. Sharonville’s Northern Lights District (NLD) – the city’s bright star in its ongoing successful revitalization saga – is set to become the meeting, athletic, performance and entertainment center of the region.
This is when you know you have really MOVED to a new city-- when you have to find a doctor. More specifically, when you have to find a dentist because you have a throbbing toothache and your life long dentist is 300 miles away. (Actually, finding a dentist in a new town was easier than finding a grocery store -- everybody knows a dentist).
Kathy and Bill Kinane, owners of Manor House are celebrating 20 years of providing memorable experiences for event hosts and their guests. As a family owned and operated business, guests can rest assured knowing their every need will be taken care of at the Manor House.
Prime 47 is not your typical steakhouse. Prime 47 serves the highest quality USDA Prime-graded steak in downtown Cincinnati and, with the arrival of a new management team in 2015, has expanded to include a lunch menu, private events and live music.
With deep roots in the insurance industry, Diversified Brokerage Specialists is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. If a consumer has a difficult time finding coverage because of a medical condition or other factors, an agent enlists Diversified to find a carrier that will accept the risk.
Works From the Nation’s Most Vital African-American Artists On Display
The Cincinnati Art Museum takes a dramatic leap into the world of racial identity and African-American culture with a stirring and provocative exhibition that features works by many of the most important black artists of the last three decades, most of them still living.
“30 Americans” features about 60 pieces drawn primarily from the famed Rubell Family Collection of Miami, supplemented by works from the Cincinnati Art Museum’s permanent collection.
Three accomplished musicians John Campbell, Russel Walden and Tad Lawrence will join forces to perform a benefit concert for the Childrens Home of Cincinnati, April 8 at the 20th Century Theater in Oakley. Proceeds will benefit Fine Arts Therapy programming for campus-based therapeutic and education programs at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati.
There is a lot about our current market that can feel scary. The argument can be made right now that there is no place to hide. That being said, if investors never invested when the headlines were bad, they would have missed quite an extraordinary run over the last 30 years. David Shuley and Ben Beshear have tips to help you succeed.