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Advocacy

Advocacy

  • Volunteer oppotunities which impact the local Covington community
  • Clean and Green Program with Neighboorhood Collaborative (2010)
  • Collaboration between Urban Partnership, Covington ReUse Center, and Street Smart Ministry
Networking

Networking

  • Monthly luncheons where members can interact with fellow members and City of Covington staff
  • Talk and Tour after-work events
  • Volunteerism (grown 36% from Fall 2010 to Spring 2011)
Education

Education

  • Keynote speakers at monthly luncheons present relevant business insterests
  • Topics include: economis development, growing life science industry, and business improvement districts
Benefits

Benefits

  • CBC Member Rewards Card which offers discounts to more than a dozen retail establishments

2014 December Luncheon

Thursday, December 18, 2014 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

The Madison Event Center

The Catalytic Fund:  
How We Got Here
Where We Are
What's Next 

(Jeanne Schroer)

The Catalytic Fund is a $10 million Investment Fund and organization with a mission of accelerating Northern Kentucky's urban renaissance.  After launching its lending and investment activities in 2013, it has funded or executed the execution high impact of real estate projects such as the Market Lofts, Pike Star (home of UpTech), the Mutual Building, the Kentucky Career Center, and the Life Learning Center.

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2015 Annual Luncheon Pass

Posted: November 13, 2014

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The River City News

Posted: November 6, 2014

Young Professionals on Why They Chose Covington

In front of a full house at The Madison Event Center, five young professionals took the stage on Thursday afternoon at the November Covington Business Council (CBC) luncheon to talk about the future of Covington and their role in helping propel the city forward.

The discussion was led by editor and publisher of The River City News, Michael Monks, who asked the five panelists a series of questions ranging from why they decided to locate in Covington and where they see the city five years from now to what is the one thing they would change about the city and how they would pitch Covington to someone considering moving or opening their business in the city.

Serving on the panel were: Kelly Charlton of TCZ Properties, Joe Daniels of Swing This! Kettlebell and Strength Studio in Latonia, Rachel DesRochers of Grateful Grahams and the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen, Jake Rouse of Braxton Brewery, and Brandon Sehlhorstof The Catalytic Fund.

For the full article http://rcnky.com/articles/2014/11/20/young-professionals-why-they-chose-covington

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