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    November 24, 2015

    REDI creates new business opportunities in Germany

    REDI tinyREDI Cincinnati’s Janelle Lee, business development manager, and Tammy Riddle, projects & business development manager, traveled to Germany to make connections between the country and Greater Cincinnati. They met with companies that make food for livestock, plastics companies and more. They also led a session about how countries can create a soft landing in the U.S.

    GermanyDelegation_2015Greater Cincinnati has a deep connection to its German roots. From hosting the second-largest Oktoberfest in the world to creating deeper bonds with our sister city Munich, the region is proud of its German heritage. This has been seen in the number of German companies already located in Greater Cincinnati. More than 7,000 people in the region are employed by German-owned companies, and one out of every six foreign-owned Greater Cincinnati firms is German.

    Beyond new business meetings, the team visited Mubea, which recently moved to the region. They toured the facility in Dusseldorf and learned about the company’s apprentice program.

    The trip follows a successful visit with a delegation from Saxony who came to Greater Cincinnati in October.

    For more information about Greater Cincinnati’s connection to Germany, visit

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