Cincinnati’s urban growth being fueled by young entreprenuers

It is not always easy to fully tell the narrative of a place and its people through words alone. This, I would suspect, is one of the most constant struggles for writers and professional journalists.

Over the past five to seven years, a tremendous amount of progress and change has taken place throughout Cincinnati’s urban core. This progress, however, is not just through bricks and mortar, but also the people who populate those buildings. In fact, those people are the most significant part of the equation. Without their ideas, hard work and passion, none of this would be happening.

Thankfully, Queen City Project has been documenting some of these people and their stories. Their latest video looks at a collection of young entrepreneurs looking to bring their new ideas to Main Street – literally and figuratively.

Cincinnati Growing Cincinnati is a six-and-a-half minute video that breaks down some of these individuals, but also identifies the start-up infrastructure in place that is helping foster their growth and jump start other new ideas with the help of seed money and support networks.

  • Zachary Schunn

    The more I get involved with Cincinnati’s entrepreneurial environment, the more impressed I am.  The people/groups with money in Cincinnati are pouring it into two things:  downtown/OTR revitalization and start-up companies.

  • This is incredibly exciting!  Way to go Cincy!  It is no question to me that I’ll eventually make my way back.