One of Pulaski County’s most storied and successful businesses announced today it will relocate to the Valley Oak Technology Complex, engaging in a multi-million dollar expansion and adding to the read more
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SPEDA announced Oct. 25 that Chicago student services technology company BlackBeltHelp will open a contact center in Somerset and is hiring 15 remote positions as it prepares its new facility. “We read more
Railing manufacturer plans to create 16 jobs FRANKFORT, Ky. — Handrail manufacturer Hollaender Manufacturing Co. plans to set up an operation in Somerset with a $667,000 investment expected to create read more
Members of the Leadership Kentucky class of 2019 — a group of more than 50 leaders from across the state who represent a variety of career accomplishments and volunteer activities — met in Somerset read more
Following through on its commitment to enhance workforce development by offering soft-skills training to local employees, the Somerset-Pulaski Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) has partnered with read more
Affirming its belief that arts, entertainment and cultural issues are a major component of community building and economic development, the Somerset-Pulaski Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) read more