The CBC Helps Covington Grow!
The Covington Business Council isn’t only for business networking. The CBC is an independent organization whose mission is to build a positive business environment in Covington, Kentucky through professional business networking and business advocacy. Founded in 1972, the CBC is a driving force behind the astonishing evolution of Covington as the vibrant place to live and to do business.
Growing your new or established business requires a strong support system. Even if you are skilled at running your current business, every company has the opportunity to make even more meaningful, long-lasting business connections.
Use our weekly business networking groups, luncheons, awards dinners, non-profit events, after hours events and hard-hat tours to meet the people that you want to meet. Allow us to personally introduce you to fellow business leaders and decision makers throughout Covington and the Northern Kentucky region. Networking in Northern Kentucky has never been easier!
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When you become a member of the Covington Business Council, you have access to opportunity and growth!
We want local entrepreneurs and businesses in our community to succeed! The CBC provides personal attention to our members, providing direct access to the executive director, Pat Frew. We know every business could use assistance with marketing, mentoring, leadership growth, business ideas and business networking. Right now, we are offering 50% off Dues for new members.
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Let’s kick off Summer with a social at House of Orange! We had so much fun in 2021, we are doing it again in 2022! Come buy a drink and network with friends. Light food will be provided. :)
On June 16th, hear from the leader of the Northern Kentucky Legislative Caucus and Chair of the influential House Transportation Committee on the progress of building the replacement for the Fourth Street or Veterans Bridge linking Covington with Newport. District 60 Representative Sal Santoro will be joined by Transportation Cabinet District Engineer Director Mike Bezold to discuss the options and timeline of this important span which provides key access to the much-discussed Ovation office-residential-concert complex.
The Transportation Cabinet hosted a meeting in late March seeking public input on four potential concepts for the new bridge along with traffic pattern options that are subject to change at the Fourth and Garrard Street intersections. The bridge is getting widespread vocal and economic support from Frankfort legislators. Estimates currently predict construction can start as early as 2024 with completion in three years by 2027.
Planned giving can be complex – but it doesn’t need to be. Join us on Tuesday, August 16th where we hear from a panel of experts on how planned giving works and the overall benefits so that you can further diversify your fundraising with donors and achieve both your financial and charitable goals through planned giving. Topics will include types of planned giving options, benefits of planned giving, what steps you need to take, and much more.
Our panel consists of:
Nancy Grayson, President and CEO at Horizon Community Fund of Northern Kentucky
Laura Menge, Senior Philanthropic Advisor at the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
AUGUST LUNCHEON “STATE OF THE CITY” WITH MAYOR JOE MEYER PRESENTED BY ST. ELIZABETH HEALTHCARE
What’s the “vision” for Covington, and what’s being done to bring that to fruition? Mayor Meyer talks about the city’s stunning momentum and all the efforts being made – both visible and behind the scenes – to strengthen Covington’s economy and improve the lives of its residents.