New economy. Old economy. Blue, white, or no collar. This town rolls up it sleeves and goes to work with an international food giant, a worldwide healthcare network, and a global air-shipping titan. Who knows what’s possible for you?


Big-thinking companies are looking for cities where people want to live, places like Greater Louisville. Businesses grow and thrive here because people grow and thrive here. Our smart-thinking, hard-working workforce is composed of happy neighbors and productive citizens – people who know that effort and inventiveness go-hand-in-glove with ambition and creativity. Maybe that’s why there are so many things going on in the Louisville economy and job market. Or maybe they just recognize the value of a place that knows how to have fun and get things done. Either way, it works here.


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Ready to launch your big idea? Come be part of our success!

Greater Louisville is made up of a diverse set of industries that continue to evolve, adapt, and change to remain competitive in a global market. We’re a hub for logistics, e-commerce, business services, food & beverage, manufacturing, healthcare, distilling & innovative ideas!


Louisville is the perfect place for talented innovators to build the next big startup. We’re a city on the move. With a low cost of living, creative talent, and local leadership accessibility, doing business in Lou is the right fit for you!


Through GLI’s EnterpriseCorp and Enterprise Angels, the Kentucky Innovation Network, Purdue’s Research Park, IdeaFestival, First Build, Small Business Development Center and many business accelerators, Greater Louisville shows dedication to building a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem and culture. There are also resources like StartupLouisville – a hub created by entrepreneurs for startups and high growth companies – where you can connect to the startup community.



Actors Theatre interACT – great way for young professionals to build experience working for a non-profit board and great ticket discounts too.

AAF (AdFed) – networking organization for advertising and communications professionals.

AIGA –  advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. The largest community of design advocates

Asia Institute-Crane House (AICH) – non-profit organization whose mission is to celebrate and bring to life the cultural diversity of Asia to Kentucky and southern Indiana residents and visitors.

Do502 -From food to nightlife to music and events, discover all the things happening in Louisville today, tomorrow, next week… forever!

Friends of the Louisville Free Public Library (LFPL) – non-profit organization that promotes the welfare and growth of the Louisville’s free public libraries.

Greater Louisville International Professionals (GLIP) – professional and social networking group for international professionals.

Greater Louisville Outstanding Women (GLOW) – network of “connected and creative women doing business in Louisville”.

Junior League – organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism.

KyGREENTv – not for profit organization dedicated to building a sustainable community through video and social media.

Leadership Louisville – non-profit organization whose mission is “to grow and connect a diverse network of leaders” in the community.

Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) – created the “Keep Louisville Weird” campaign. Their mission is to promote locally-owned businesses and to educate citizens on the value of shopping locally. – is always looking for great freelance writers. You’ll get great perks, like media access to awesome events.

Louisville Ballroom Club – source for discovering the art of social ballroom dancing in the Louisville area.

Louisville Society for Human Resource Management (LSHRM) – professional group committed to excellence in the practice of human resource management.

Louisville Urban League of Young Professionals (LULYP) – encourages members to become actively involved in local civic, social and economic issues.

Louisville Visual Art (LVA) – non-profit organization this is a “catalyst for education and participation in the Visual Arts”.

National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) – provides support, resources, and opportunities to propel women entrepreneurs into economic, social, and political spheres of power worldwide.

Young Professional Association of Louisville (YPAL) – professional and social networking group for 20-and-30 somethings.

Younger Women’s Club of Louisville (YWC) – community and social networking organization of young women serving the community through volunteerism.