CLE+ in the National Press
National publications are writing great things about the Cleveland Plus region every day. See what they have to say by checking out the stories below.
Progressive Field is named to this Daily Mail feature titled, "Best Baseball Stadiums for Craft Beer Around the Country."
The New York Times highlights Cleveland's thriving theater district as PlayhouseSquare is playing a leading role in developing the neighborhood into a growing residential hub.
In her Forbes.com column, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley shares five trends that have the potential to transform your business.
Northeast Ohio's Nottingham Spirk receives high praise in this Forbes article.
Melt Bar and Grilled is featured in this Forbes article, which looks at how gourmet grilled cheese is emerging as the culinary world’s new gourmet pizza.
Forbes profiles the unveiling of Goodyear’s new blimp fleet, marveling at the “blimp’s” high-tech capabilities.
Dr. Ronald Berkman, president of Cleveland State University, shares his thoughts in this Huffington Post blog about why Cleveland is making national headlines.
Frontier Airlines tabs Cleveland as its newest focus city as reported in this USA Today article.
Akron is named to this Forbes list of America’s most affordable cities, coming in at number six on their list.
The Huffington Post highlights 24 reasons why one shouldn’t underestimate the Buckeye state.
Huffington Post writer, Michele Hunt, examines the progress made so far by Cleveland’s dynamic 10-year initiative that began in 2009.
Antiques & Fine Art magazine highlights the Cleveland Museum of Art’s recent gift of $10 million.
Companies of all sizes must be willing to disrupt their businesses before their competitors do, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley writes in her Forbes.com column.
In this NPR interview, Akron-based writer and journalist, David Giffels, discusses his new book of essays called The Hard Way on Purpose: Essays and Dispatches from the Rust Belt while expressing his optimism for the city’s future.
In her most recent Forbes column, NorTech CEO Rebecca Bagley explains and shares seven questions entrepreneurs should ask before growing their business.
Chefs Doug Katz (Fire, Food and Drink, Katz Club Diner) and Jonathon Sawyer (Greenhouse Tavern, Noodlecat), are semifinalists in the James Beard Foundation award category for best chef, Great Lakes.
In a recent article titled "The Invention Machine: Cleveland Duo Churns Out Ideas Worth Billions," Forbes profiles John Nottingham and John Spirk, the Northeast Ohio innovators behind Nottingham Spirk.
You may be surprised how much you can learn about entrepreneurship from watching shows like Iron Chef, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley writes in her most recent Forbes column. She shares eight lessons as well as insights from Cleveland’s own Iron Chef Michael Symon.
Ozy.com, the self-proclaimed “daily news and culture site for the Change Generation,” says that Cleveland is a hub of innovation, particularly in the bioscience field.
Lorain County Community College is highlighted in this article from CNBC, which discusses a push to attract more women welders to the field.
The future of American innovation is in the hands of our next generation of entrepreneurs and relies on their ability to solve problems and connect multiple disciplines in creative ways. In her Forbes column, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley explains that for America to own the global economy tomorrow, we need to educate and support innovative student entrepreneurs today.
Cleveland is regarded as one of America’s most literate cities as measured by this annual study from Central Connecticut State University.
Northeast Ohio's Lakewood is named to this list of the "10 Most Exciting Suburbs in America."
Northeast Ohio’s Hyland Software earns a spot on Fortune’s prestigious list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.”
Walden, the luxury inn and space located in Aurora, is once again named to AAA’s prestigious list of Five Diamond establishments in North America.
Gizmag profiles PlayhouseSquare’s construction of what will be the world’s largest outdoor crystal chandelier.
The Ritz-Carlton in Cleveland and Inn Walden in Aurora each earn four-star ratings from Forbes.
Crowdentials, a Cleveland-based start-up, is featured in this article from the Wall Street Journal.
Cleveland is predicted to be the next Brooklyn by Fortune Magazine.
Globetravelling.com names Cleveland one of the Top Ten most beautiful snowy cities in the world.