Kentucky Economic Development Guide

Emerging industries find fertile ground in Kentucky’s diverse economy. 

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How Kentucky Notched Its Best Year Ever
Business Climate Overview: How Kentucky Notched Its Best Year Ever: Landing Ford BlueOval SK catapults the Bluegrass State to the winner’s circle.
‘We Will Get This Done’
Why are so many companies picking Kentucky locations for their largest-ever capital investment projects?
Early-Stage to Exit
Kentucky is doubling down on capital investments.
Training Funds Get the Job Done
When Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear in February 2022 announced more than $2.2 million in funds and credits to support training nearly 9,500 Kentucky workers, it was the continuation of a commonwealth tradition that’s nearly as old as the 44-year-old governor himself.
An Economic Atmosphere For Growth
Pop quiz: Which Bluegrass business sector has attracted more than $480 million in capital investment since late 2021?
The Bluegrass State
America’s Agritech Capital
Metals on the Move
Rapid response helps Kentucky’s diverse metals sector thrive.
The Center of Success
Ideal geographic location positions the commonwealth for continued logistics growth.
Records Fall as Buildings Rise
Facility investments totaling $10.5 billion — including major projects from GE Appliances, Ford/SK Innovation and Toyota — accounted for more than three-quarters of the 18,100 new project-related jobs that landed in Kentucky in 2021 during a record year for economic development projects.
Ready. Set. Go.
Kentucky’s ability to quickly move companies from the project stage to operation helps fuel rapid growth.
Taste Of Tradition
There’s no stopping Kentucky’s bourbon boom.
Sites in Demand
Kentucky programs prepare sites for influx of business locations.
 

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