CBTS Expands in Ohio to Support Internet Connectivity
The company will expand to support high-speed internet connectivity and services
Company Name: CBTS
Industry Sector: Technology
Company Profile: CBTS, which serves clients in all industries across the United States and Canada, is based in Cincinnati and is a subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell Inc. CBTS has partnerships with Fortune 500 clients, large healthcare organizations, multiple universities, and state and local governmental agencies in Ohio and across North America.
Company Website: www.cbts.com
Type of Project: Expansion
- Jobs committed: 137
- Jobs retained: 671
CBTS sought to support the company’s ongoing investment in fiber networks that enable high-speed connectivity, and network-centric technology and professional services to help business customers solve problems
Investment in attracting and developing talented technology professionals is critical in order for CBTS to continue supporting its existing enterprise customers, and to attract new customers through continuous technology innovation.
We appreciate our strong partnership with the state of Ohio, and we are excited to grow our employee base in Southwest Ohio. Today’s announcement will enable Cincinnati Bell and CBTS to continue delivering mission-critical technology while giving back to our communities well into the future.
President and CEO, Cincinnati Bell Inc.
CBTS will grow in Cincinnati with the help of JobsOhio. The company has long-term ties to Ohio and will continue to offer its services to those who need it most. Ohio’s affordable, quality technology talent pool, currently over 295k professionals, is key to CBTS’s services.
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the need to provide reliable internet access to all Ohioans. JobsOhio recognizes this need and has been working in alignment with the DeWine Administration on a significant expansion of broadband coverage throughout Ohio. The support of CBTS aligns with this priority.
Cincinnati Bell and CBTS employees in 2020 raised more than $80,000 to support schools across its footprint to help ensure that students and their families had access to healthy meals, educational materials, and hygiene kits when schools closed. The company also launched a partnership with multiple organizations in Greater Cincinnati to bring low-cost internet to thousands of K-12 students who lacked connectivity in what has increasingly become a virtual learning world.
JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati, and the Ohio Development Services Agency