Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! 25 Hispanic-owned businesses to support in CincinnatiSource Grace Tucker | Cincinnati Enquirer Hispanic Heritage Month runs Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, and Cincinnati is celebrating accordingly, with Latin-inspired celebrations bringing the fiesta energy to the Queen City. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Hispanic Heritage Month started under President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968 and was enacted into federal law 20 years later in 1988. The Sept. 15 start date honors the
Small business owners, We want to make you and business leaders you know aware of the opportunity to contribute to data that directly informs the Fed, federal government agencies, service providers, policymakers, and others—ultimately benefitting small businesses. The survey is open to for-profit businesses currently in operation, those recently closed, and those about to launch. The questions ask about business conditions, financing needs, and the effects of the pandemic on businesses. All
Demographic and Employment Overview of the Hispanic Population in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area Study prepared by the UC Economics Center Research and ConsultingDownload research report here...
The impacts of global events, high demand, and labor and supply shortages continue to affect people across the globe. Inflationary pressures and constraints in production and transportation of natural gas and other fuels continue to drive historically high energy prices. The combination of high temperatures and elevated fuel prices are continuing to impact summer bills. Download toolkit here:English Version (click here)Spanish Version (click here)