This article from Forbes.com details how breweries like Great Lakes Brewing and others are transforming Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood.
The next decade of manufacturing will require an innovation capacity and entrepreneurial spirit that only the U.S. can harness, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley writes in her Forbes.com column. When we talk about the future of the industry, we are not talking about our fathers’ manufacturing, Ms. Bagley writes….
In a Fast Co. feature called “Turning A Vacant Cleveland House Into A Fancy Farm,” California-based sustainability writer Adele Peters details the plans and construction of the world’s first BioCellar, located in East Cleveland.
Young Clevelanders love their city for a number of reasons but as this story discusses, young people find it an especially great place for young entrepreneurs as well as for those seeking to make an impact politically.
This Bloomberg article highlights how Detroit can learn from cities like Cleveland as the Michigan city looks to begin its economic recovery.
While no surprise to young professionals in Northeast Ohio, Cleveland is named as one of the best cities for millennials to live in right now thanks to its affordability and quality of life amenities.
Innovative research, commercialization and tech-entrepreneurship are cornerstones of the 21st century, U.S. economy. Yet, a large portion of Americans are disconnected from these economic building blocks. NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley discusses the importance of minority entrepreneurship in high-growth industries in her Forbes.com column.