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Who We Are

With over 400 business members, we provide you access to meet people and build relationships to grow your business. View our member directory of businesses shaping Covington .

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What We Do

The CBC is ahead of the progress in the City of Covington. We connect you to the right people and the right opportunities at over a 100 events a year.

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Covington Grows with the CBC

The Covington Business Council is an independent organization whose mission is to build a positive business environment in Covington, KY. Founded in 1972, the CBC is a driving force behind the astonishing evolution of Covington as the vibrant place to live and to do business that it is today.

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Become A Member

If you have a business in Covington - or if you want to do business here - we invite you to join the CBC or become one of our sponsors.

Upcoming events

CBC Connects

04 Nov 2020, 9:00 am

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Hard Hat Tour and After Hours

05 Nov 2020, 4:30 pm
The Victorian at Riverside

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Nonprofit Lunch n’ Learn – Establishing a Successful Recurring Donor Program

10 Nov 2020, 12:00 pm
VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm

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CBC Connects

11 Nov 2020, 9:00 am

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Why Become A Member?


  • Volunteer opportunities which impact the local Covington community


  • Monthly luncheons where members can interact with fellow members and City of Covington staff
  • Talk and Tour after-work events
  • Weekly networking meetings


  • Keynote speakers at monthly luncheons present relevant business interests
  • Topics include: economic development, growing life science industry and business improvement districts

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Hotel Covington

Historic renovation and $22 million expansion: an upscale boutique hotel, restaurant and bar, office space, and new "bourbon distillery experience".  

Latonia Redevelopment

$8 million deal to attract headquarters for

Rumpke Waste and Recycling and new transfer station

$7 million redevelopment to transform Latonia Plaza II

IRS Property Transformation  

  Plans include a restored street grid, levee park, a community plaza, mixed use residential and commercial 


$11 million expansion of the historic Monarch Building and new home of Northern Kentucky's largest law firm. 


Headquarters relocation to RiverCenter Towers


Northern Kentucky headquarters and next generation Innovation Center 

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Annual Legislative Luncheon (October 2020)

If you missed our Annual Legislative Luncheon yesterday, you can watch it at your convenience here:  Political strategist Pat Crowley of Strategic Advisors moderated the panel which included State Representatives: