Business Courier: Swedish-based company to open office in Cincinnati

BTS, a strategy implementation firm based out of Stockholm, Sweden, will open its eighth United States office in the Cincinnati Innovation District, the Cincinnati Business Courier reported.

BTS will locate its global innovation, digital transformation, and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) center within the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub, the nerve center of the CID. The company plans to host clients for field immersions, coordinate learning programs for 1819 partners, and engage in interdisciplinary projects with faculty and students to advance the transformation efforts of their clients.

Since its founding in 1986, BTS has worked with more than 1,200 organizations including Microsoft, AT&T, Chevron, Coca-Cola, Citigroup and Salesforce, the Business Courier reported.

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About the Cincinnati Innovation District

The Cincinnati Innovation District is a unique and thriving ecosystem that attracts, produces, retains and develops talent by co-locating and collaborating with organizations. The district envelops myriad innovation assets and access to some of the world’s leading academic and research centers, organizations and talent pools. Powered by the University of Cincinnati, the CID includes the world-renowned Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and other national research centers. The district’s mission is to become a globally recognized talent hub and lead a transformational movement. The combination of industry engagement, unique experiential platforms and accessible research expertise — working at the pace of change — will become a model nationwide.

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