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Grants available to help companies grow exports

The BEAM International 2.0 Export Promotion Grant Program is accepting grant applications aimed at helping small to mid-size companies grow their export potential.

Grace Simrall brings tech expertise, broad background to innovation role

Louisville was among the first cities to hire an innovation chief, and when Chief of Civic Innovation Ted Smith departed last summer, he was replaced by Grace Simrall, a forward-thinking techie who said she’s done a little bit of everything in the technology space. 

The New Blak: ethical, sustainable and locally made clothing

Meet Amanda Dare Dougherty. She is someone who has thought twice about the fashion industry.

Facilities Management Services, Inc. is Louisville's First B Corporation

Louisville-based Facilities Management Services, Inc. has become the first janitorial company in the world to receive the prestigious B Corporation (B Corp) certification.

Knight Cities Challenge announces finalists

Transforming bike paths into skating paths and creating front porch style gathering spaces were just two of the 144 creative ideas for improving cities that the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced as finalists of the third annual Knight Cities Challenge. 

Venture Connectors Feb: How the Gov.'s School for Entrepreneurship develops the next generation

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, Venture Connectors will feature Laurie Daugherty, executive director of the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, who will share how her organization prepares Kentucky high school students to be successful entrepreneurs.

LIBA hires Neighborhood Initiatives Manager for South and West Louisville

The Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) has hired Charles Booker to serve as Neighborhood Initiatives Manager for South and West Louisville. 

LIBA host 2nd Annual Louisville Local Business Expo

LIBA will host the second annual Louisville Local Business Expo on Thursday, January 19 at the Mellwood Arts Center.
 

MobileServe, Liberate Medical receive funding

Every month EnterpriseCorp tracks Louisville-based startups that receive funding through public and private investment. Take a look at the most recent clients that have received funding.

LouieLab: An innovation hub for a smarter Louisville

Smart city initiatives are proliferating at a blistering pace. Newark, N.J.Washington, D.C.Pittsburgh and now Louisville, Ky., are all part of the growing wave of cities testing technology to improve residents’ quality of life, save money and improve operations.

Nine small businesses receive METCO loans

The city has awarded loans totaling nearly $168,000 to nine small businesses to help them renovate or expand.

Venture Connectors features Endeavor Louisville

Venture Connectors will feature Jackson Andrews, managing director of Endeavor Louisville, who will speak about the Endeavor network and how the non-profit organization supports and grows entrepreneurial communities worldwide. 

Giant city cycling pop-up offers bike lane lessons

How do you get a city more accustomed to biking trails to pedal the streets? Paint a whole lot of lanes.

Hip incubator in Cincinnati acts as a 'Civic Succession Plan'

Created in 2014, People’s Liberty is designed to train people to do something that they’ve been passionate about, give them credibility, space, and support, then unleash them, ready to lead.

Conn Center research focuses on using industrial hemp for fuel

The University of Louisville's Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research has undertaken a bold new research direction using Kentucky-grown industrial hemp for developing chemicals and fuels.
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