Procter & Gamble is closing the Sharon Woods Innovation Center, on Reed Hartman Highway. P&G is moving the research and development arm of its beauty care business to the Mason Business Park. See 1 photo from 17 visitors to Sharon Woods Innovation Center. Procter & Gamble Sharon Woods Innovation Center is next to Amerisuites – Cincinnati (Blue Ash) and is located in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States. Procter & Gamble Sharon Woods Innovation Center has a length of 3.
P&G plans to shut down its Sharon Woods Innovation Center in Blue Ash and build a massive new center at the Mason Business Park to house R&D. As a result, P&G research and development staff from the Sharon Woods Innovation Center in Blue Ash will be relocated to the new facility in Mason Business Park. But it’s a blow to the city of Blue Ash, because P&G is planning to vacate and sell the Sharon Woods Innovation Center there as part of the consolidation project.
The city will work with P&G to make the Sharon Woods facility available as quickly as possible for new businesses and employees in the City of Blue Ash. The new Beauty Innovation Center will house laboratories, pilot plants and space for focus groups. Starting in 2018, 1,150 employees will transfer to the new facility from the Sharon Woods Innovation Center, which P&G plans to sell. But the announcement is sure to be a blow to businesses near the company’s Sharon Woods Innovation Center in Blue Ash. Cazadores Mexican Restaurant told WLWT a majority of its lunch-time customers are P&G employees.
Building Mason Innovation Center
The workers will transfer there from the Sharon Woods Innovation Center beginning in 2018 and into 2019. About 200 contractors who work at P&G’s Blue Ash site also will make the move. The Proctor & Gamble Company chose Geograph Industries to complete branding and signage projects in their main offices in Cincinnati, Ohio and Panama City, Panama, plus the Mason Business Center in Mason, Ohio, and the Sharon Woods Innovation Center in Blue Ash, Ohio. According to multiple reports, Procter & Gamble will close its Sharon Woods Innovation Center and unite its beauty and oral care technical experts in a single facility in the Mason Business Park. Blue Ash is a city in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States, and an inner suburb of Cincinnati, which is located to the south. In a building overlooking the leafy, pastoral campus of the Sharon Woods Innovation Center in suburban Cincinnati, they are intently focused on what can only be called armpit science.