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This USA Today article discusses how manufacturers are looking to attract a new generation of workers. The Alliance for Working Together, a coalition of manufacturing companies in Ohio, is cited in the piece.
In order to stay globally competitive in this Innovation Economy, the U.S. must develop an economic base of companies that constantly innovates, optimizes the use of technology and leverages diversity of talent. Unfortunately, for too many Americans the Innovation Economy is an invisible economy. The question is what can be done about it. How can we increase minority entrepreneurship and employment in the Innovation Economy? NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley addresses that question in her Forbes.com column and uses examples from Northeast Ohio to show how we can begin to address this issue.
Cleveland is highlighted in this piece from The Wall Street Journal, which looks at how developers are transforming older office buildings into high-end apartments.
Cleveland is ranked as the most-affordable housing market among peer metro areas, including Columbus and Cincinnati.