Last year, the Cincinnati Business Incubator's Board of Trustees knew   the non-profit organization was at a crossroads.

Funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration and the city of Cincinnati had dried up. Half of the Over-the-Rhine facility's 40,000 square feet remained unused.

After 15 years, the small but talented staff had an impressive track record of training and launching minority and female-owned businesses. But current revenue"”about $300,000"”did not support CBI staff and program growth.

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