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Kentucky European Representative Office

More than 200 European companies are enjoying successful business ventures by operating in Kentucky, including 76 from Germany. Kentucky welcomes international investment. We have enjoyed great success because of our low business costs, central U.S. location and exceptional quality of life. We invite you to discover Kentucky’s advantages for your company, and we stand ready to assist.


Kentucky Overview for European Industry


Quick Answers

Here are quick links to some of the most commonly asked questions.

How We Can Help

To assist in your understanding of Kentucky’s business environment, as well as to guide you through Kentucky programs, a project manager from the Cabinet for Economic Development is assigned to each project as a single point of contact for the duration of the process. This provides confidentiality for the company, while affording a degree of comfort to the localcommunities being evaluated. Click below for a list of our available services.


Available Services

Reasons to Locate in Kentucky

There are many reasons to locate or expand in Kentucky. Use the link below for a list of the advantages your company will experience.


Advantages

Kentucky Business Costs Rank Among The Lowest
In The United States

Click below to discover some of the key factors that make the Commonwealth a great place to do business.

Business Costs

Economic growth announced/reported so far during the Bevin Administration:

(Manufacturing, service or technology related, through November 2018 unless otherwise noted)

991
new/expanded facilities
$17,340,344,938
in new investment
47,645
new jobs
$78.3 Billion
in exports
(through July 2018)

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