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These small companies make the list

These small companies make the list


3CDC

Division: Small Sector: Real estate and development Founded: 2003 Ownership: Nonprofit Location: Over-the-Rhine

What the company does: Real estate development and finance organization

Why one employee loves working there: “There is never a dull moment. Every day brings with it new challenges and opportunities.”

Al. Neyer

Division: Small Sector: Real estate – commercial Founded: 1894 Ownership: Private Location: Downtown

What the company does: Commercial real estate developer and design-builder

Why one employee loves working there: “The company is headed in the right direction and I feel like an integral part of its success.”

Apollo Home

Division: Small Sector: Services – HVAC and plumbing Founded: 1910 Ownership: Private Location: Paddock Hills

What the company does: Repairs and replaces cooling, heating, plumbing, and electrical

Why one employee loves working there: “I like the work I do and the co-workers are mostly all very easy to work with and get along great.”

Barnes Dennig

Division: Small Sector: Certified public accountants Founded: 1965 Ownership: Private Location: Downtown

What the company does: Top 200 CPA firm with three regional offices and clients with operations spanning the globe

Why one employee loves working there: “Management is supportive of new ideas and lines of business.”

Blair Technology Group

Division: Small Sector: IT- computer refurbisher Founded: 2005 Ownership: Private Location: Covington

What the company does: Buys, cleans, repairs and resells computers

Why one employee loves working there: “BTG never stops moving. They’re always trying to improve the business in every way.”

Camp Joy

Division: Small Sector: Education – camps and experiential learning Founded: 1937 Ownership: Nonprofit Location: Clarksville

What the company does: Annually serves 13,000 at-risk and foster youth, youth with medical and special needs, as well as their families

Why one employee loves working there: “I am proud of the work we do and the difference we make in peoples’ lives every day.”

Cassady Schiller CPAs and Advisors

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