Akron and Youngstown are named to this list, which looks at the best locations in the nation for solo entrepreneurs or “solopreneurs.”
The New York Times highlights a handful of recent development projects, noting how Cleveland has repurposed many landmark buildings for multiple uses.
While there are many more reason to visit Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, the Huffington Post highlights “9 Reasons Why You Should Fly to Cleveland Right Now.” Read on!
The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland is highlighted in this Wall Street Journal piece, which provides ‘An Architecture-Lover’s Road Trip’ guide.
In her Forbes.com column, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley offers six ideas to accelerate the innovation capacity of America’s small and medium-sized manufacturers. These recommendations were developed by Rebecca and other members of the Milstein Symposium Commission on New Manufacturing.
Joel Kotkin, a regular Forbes contributor, provides a new perspective on Cleveland’s workforce as he explores the findings of a recent report released by Cleveland State University. As this Forbes article reports, Cleveland’s workforce is actually getting “younger and smarter,” two positive signs for the region’s future economic growth.
A new report from the Brookings Institution looks at the rise of so-called “innovation districts,” citing Cleveland as an example of this new urban model.
Ranked 4th most affordable city for young attorneys, Cleveland is the place to be for young lawyers. Learn more!
There has been a lot of buzz around the Internet of Things (IoT) over the last year and a half. We are hearing about all kinds of devices being connected to the Internet – anything from home appliances to entire factories. But what’s the real impact of the Internet of Things? In her Forbes.com column, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley takes a look at IoT’s potential and what can be done to support its growth, using Northeast Ohio’s OneCommunity as an example.