Northern Kentucky Kicks Off Transformative Business Development Effort
Cincinnati -- Forty members of the new Northern Kentucky Infomatics Business Incubator network met today at Northern Kentucky University to kick off an ambitious plan to assist 10 new technology startups in Northern Kentucky. The group met on the Highland Heights, Ky., campus at the Griffin Hall College of Infomatics Digitorium. There the group was introduced to Chuck Lohre of Lohre & Associates Marketing Communications, who was selected to assist these startups, due to his company's leadership in Internet Marketing Strategies and Sustainable Development in the region.
Northern Kentucky native and company president, Chuck Lohre commented, "It's a great honor to be among the region's top marketers, lawyers, lenders and accountants chosen to help kickstart new business. It will be our job to see that the startups use the most effective and proven methods to accomplish rapid growth."
The Griffin Hall College of Informatics is the on-campus point of interaction for the entrepreneurs. Mentoring sessions will take place in donated office space on the 10th Floor of One Riverside Center in Newport, Ky. Each startup will receive $100,000 and six months of support from the Northern Kentucky Infomatics Business Incubator network. The incubator businesses will be chosen this fall and the program commences early 2012. Contact Chuck Lohre for more information on the program's requirements.