HCDC Annual Report

12 Jan, '12

Hamilton County Development Company (HCDC) released its Annual Report on Thursday at its annual membership meeting.  The report demonstrates that HCDC continues to experience strong results in its three concentrated areas of lending, economic development and business incubation. While a common mantra in business today is that “it is impossible to get a loan right […]

Women-Owned Businesses Poised to Spark Growth

19 Dec, '11

The number of women-owned businesses is on the rise.  According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), women-owned businesses increased its share of overall businesses by three percent in the ten year period that ended in 2007. Now with a share of 29 percent of all businesses, women-owned businesses continue to grow. However, as women-owned businesses […]

HCDC Offers SBA 504 Refinancing

15 Nov, '11

The Cincinnati Business Courier last week featured an article about a new refinancing option that HCDC is offering through Horizon Certified Development Company. The temporary 504 Refinancing Loan Program provides funding that can be used to refinance existing business debt and for any direct business expense, such as debt service, utilities, salaries, inventory, receivables, or insurance. The 504 […]

NADCO Conference Comes to Cincinnati

19 Oct, '11

Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot will speak to the National Association of Development Companies (NADCO) at its Central Region Conference to Cincinnati.  The conference, which will be hosted by the Hamilton County Development Company, runs October 19-21. NADCO is the trade association of Certified Development companies (CDCs), which are non-profit organizations that have been certified by […]

HCDC Helps to Keep Company in Hamilton County

07 Oct, '11

Amp Electric Cars is staying in Hamilton County.  Amp, which converts new vehicles and vans into fully electric automobiles, expects to increase its workforce as it relocates to Loveland. Hamilton County Development Company (HCDC) helped Amp work with its current landlord and exhausted all efforts to make it possible to stay at its current location. […]