In sectors as diverse as aerospace, automotive, financial services, package delivery and produce distribution, market-leading companies and the talented employees helping them beat the competition are discovering opportunities for success in Northern Kentucky.
The fast-growing region is home to nearly 400,000 people. Longtime residents and relocating talent are discovering career pathways at major domestic and international companies, such as Amazon, Kroger, DHL, Citi and Fidelity Investments, just to name a few.
The region is also home to a long list of advanced manufacturers. Safran, for example, the international leader in aircraft landing and brake systems, recently invested over $100 million to expand its operations in Walton. Mazak, which provides innovative technological solutions and support for customers in the global manufacturing community, and German-owned automotive component manufacturer Mubea operate in Florence. And Prysmian Group, formerly General Cable, which manufactures and distributes cable for energy, construction, industrial, specialty and communications sectors, is located in Highland Heights.
Northern Kentucky is a destination for companies in the “new economy” whose employees are free to live and work in any location, says Dan Cahill, president and CEO of HSD Metrics, a human resources analytics provider with more than 220 national and international clients.