Here is a list of locations that all OfficeKey members have access to:


Westlake Center
4555 Lake Forest Drive, Suite 650
Cincinnati, OH 45242


Scripps Center
312 Walnut Street, Suite 1600
Cincinnati, OH 45202


Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, Suite 550
Cincinnati, OH 45209


Turfway Ridge Office Park
7310 Turfway Road, Suite 550
Florence, KY 41042


Union Centre
9078 Union Centre Blvd,
Suite 350
West Chester, OH 45069

charitable giving

"OfficeKey Partnerships & Affiliations"

There are many professional associations and chambers in Cincinnati that are a key part of our local business community.  OfficeKey has long valued our partnerships with many of these organizations.  We clearly see the value in investing in these groups that support many of the industries that our clients are part of and our region at large.  They also provide a fantastic opportunity for us to connect with others  within the industry that we don’t know yet.  We recently added a list of partner affiliations to our website.  Please check it out by following this link.  If you are familiar with any groups that are potentially a fit but are not represented, please let us know.


Get Gigs and Workers at Gigsmart.comIn last month’s newsletter, we featured a spotlight on The Catino Family Foundation. Ted and Becky Catino are Cincinnati natives who retired after 25 years of starting and growing a successful business. Ted and Becky have come out of retirement to start a mobile technology company called GigSmart. The Catinos founded GigSmart to meet two core community objectives:

1) GigSmart seeks to create a seamless, efficient, friendly employer/independent contractor marketplace that optimally matches employers seeking on-demand labor and individuals willing to provide it.

GigSmart is the mobile platform that gives businesses direct access to workers on demand. Businesses search by skill, check worker ratings, and staff the good ones, all using the app. GigSmart has made the process simple and efficient. When urgent, unexpected labor needs arise, GigSmart gives businesses immediate access to the workers they need.

The platform reduces the time businesses spend looking for qualified workers and even lets them mark their favorite on-demand workers for future contact.

From the moment a worker accepts a gig until the minute they complete it—GigSmart lets businesses track their location and pay them directly through the app. And at a 10% fee, businesses can do it all at the lowest fee in the industry for sourcing labor.

2) GigSmart seeks to develop an efficient system for charitable organizations to manage their volunteer needs while providing interested volunteers the ability to make themselves available.

It is the NO cost solution to managing a charity’s volunteer workforce. GigSmart gives charities the opportunity to manage their existing volunteer base, as well as giving charities instant access to a new pool of volunteers.

GigSmart gives charities instant access to a pool of workers who are available to accept immediate volunteer requests. Whether a charity is one person or ten people short for an event, the app allows them to search for volunteers within seconds so they can be working within minutes. GigSmart gives charities instant access to students who need to earn service hours, retirees looking for ways to give back to the community, and families who want to volunteer with their kids.

This app is the way for businesses to source independent workers, charities to find available volunteers, individuals to select workers for jobs and services, and for workers to make extra money, gain experience, and volunteer.

It is the most efficient way to find and manage people when urgent and unexpected labor needs arise.

More information about GigSmart can be found at gigsmart.com and by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @gigsmartapp and Linkedin at @gigsmartllc

Download soon on the Apple App Store and the Google Play store.

"Adopt A Class, Giving Back to Cincinnati"

Adopt A Class CincinnatiMelanie Ervin has gained a new perspective on life since she had her son one year ago. As a mother, she gets to see a new side of life that only someone with a child would understand. That concept of turning and facing something new is something she cherishes in her business as well. Ervin works for Adopt A Class, a small, non-profit organization that brings together business leaders to inspire a sense of corporate community in schools. The business leaders will interact with a class once a month, for one hour, to give them access to a positive role model while learning about career options.

OfficeKey is able to help Melanie and Adopt A Class by providing a space to keep their business organized and professional. Melanie is also grateful for the connectivity of the shared office space, providing the ability to work in a safe community and build new, professional relationships.

What she loves about Adopt A Class is that they provide a real life experience for the children in the program. “There’s only so much you can learn in a classroom,” says Melanie. She works to introduce kids to new things, things they can apply to life outside hitting the books. But on the other end of these lessons, Melanie likes to witness the transformations that happen to the volunteers. Some of the business leaders involved may not have experience with kids, or with such a diverse community as Cincinnati Public Schools. Seeing the mentors transform and learn new things from the kids, just as the kids are learning from them, is very rewarding for Melanie.

Melanie has a special appreciation for the children her business helps. As a Cincinnati-native and Cincinnati Public Schools alumnae, she is connected to the children and shares similar experiences. Cincinnati has always been home for her. Along with the children Adopt A Class serves, she loves the culture of Cincinnati in general. Whether it’s the arts, music, or politics, Melanie is excited by the positive vibe of the city she lives and works in.

Overall, Melanie is a proponent of all things life-changing. May that be her own life changing when she became a mother, the changing culture of Cincinnati, or the mentors she works with changing the education and experience of the children involved with Adopt A Class

To learn more about Adopt A Class, donate or volunteer, visit their website.

Written by Kenzie Walters

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