New and expanding companies created 1,300 jobs and invested $343 million in capital in Northern Kentucky in 2011.
The indirect effect means a $685 million economic impact in Greater Cincinnati, according to a new economic impact analysis.
Speaking to a reporter for Cincinnati.com:
"It just shows that's how dependent the economy is on these primary jobs being created in the region," said Tri-ED president Dan Tobergte. "The emphasis that we've always had at Tri-ED has been on the primary industry companies, and those help propel other jobs in the region."
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