Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Sept. 25.
More than 60 leaders from Cincinnati regional businesses are in Toronto, Ontario as part of the Cincinnati Chamber’s Leadership Exchange. The three-day discovery tour is being co-chaired by Hamilton County Commissioner Denise Driehaus and Leigh Fox, president and CEO at Cincinnati Bell.
“Collaboration and connection are key to Cincinnati’s vibrancy and continued growth. We’re excited that more than five dozen leaders from some of our region’s most trusted organizations are investing their time and brainpower into this important exchange of ideas,” said Commissioner Driehaus.
“The Cincinnati region is seeing some big wins when it comes to multiculturalism, attracting diverse and international talent and harnessing the creative energy of its residents. Like most other regions, though, Cincinnati has opportunity for growth. There’s much to be learned from Toronto, the Queen City of Canada,” added Leigh Fox.
“Additionally, we’re interested in productive discussions and brainstorming with Toronto’s leaders on important challenges such as talent attracting and retention, transportation and transit, and aging infrastructure,” offered Jill P. Meyer, president and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.
The Cincinnati Chamber Leadership Exchange will include meetings with MaRS Discovery District, Ontario Government, Toronto FC, the Toronto Financial Services Alliance, the Toronto Region Board of Trade, the Toronto Transit Commission, Waterfront Toronto and Sidewalk Labs, and more.
Investors in the Cincinnati Chamber’s Leadership Exchange include MCM CPAs and Advisors, Thompson Hine, the Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
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