About the Covington Business Council

With a member-centric focus, Covington Business Council provides access and connections to the dynamic growth of Covington. By fostering a culture that promotes one-on-one attention, CBC delivers an experience that is personal and focused on the success of its members. Covington Business Council provides educational programming, impactful assistance and meaningful opportunities for its members to advance their business and professional growth.

Reasons to Join the Covington Business Council

Covington-Centric

We’re committed to improving Covington’s economic footprint and attracting other businesses who want to grow along with the community.

Broad Membership

As the region’s largest local business council, we bring together a wide cross section of entrepreneurs and business, civic, and nonprofit leaders.

Relationship Driven Culture

Our welcoming environment fosters long-term connections and the recognition of each member, as part of a supportive, dynamic group.

Impactful Connections

We’re a connection hub that goes beyond networking to help members establish meaningful ties to the right people, decision-makers, businesses and organizations.

1-1 Assistance

Members have direct access to Council leaders and the Executive Director, all personally invested in proactively helping businesses - and the city - grow.

Relevant Programming

We offer educational and networking opportunities that help members solve real business issues and grow professionally.
“The CBC does a great job at being accessible to small organizations”
Anthony Bradford
Principal
A.M. Titan
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Attend a FREE Covington Business Council Monthly Luncheon
($60 VALUE)
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- Reserved VIP Seating
- Formal introduction to CBC Executive Director, Pat Frew
- Buffet lunch
- Opportunities to network with other community leaders before and after luncheon
- Membership Packet

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March Monthly Luncheon: A Permanent Home, Finally: the New Covington City Hall

Covington City Hall has had five temporary homes in the past half century. But that’s about to change in the next year with the pending planned construction of a new permanent City Hall on the eastern side of the 600 block of Scott Street, currently a vacant grassy lot. The new 42,000 square foot building will not only house city offices and host council meetings and other official city business. Leaders also envision it as a community center of sort hosting community groups to use for celebrations, public arts projects, or other civic uses, whether inside or outside in what will be a spacious plaza area. Join us for the March 14 CBC monthly luncheon when representatives from the City-chosen architecture firms share the vision and timeline for the space. Elevar Design Group President Kim Patton and Brandstetter Carroll Inc. President Ben Branstetter will further shed light on features for the structure which officials hope will be completed by the end of 2025.
With a member-centric focus, the Covington Business Council provides access and connections to the dynamic growth of Covington, Kentucky by fostering a culture that promotes one-on-one attention. CBC delivers an experience that is personal and focused on the success of its members. Covington Business Council provides educational programming, impactful assistance and meaningful opportunities for its members to advance their business and professional growth.
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