Cleveland is one of five big U.S. cities experiencing a “progressive boom,” according to this analysis from In These Times magazine. The article highlights the city’s worker-owned cooperatives that are helping to revitalize the city.
Cleveland gets yet more love, along with Washington, D.C., Austin, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco. A new report cites us as tops in the sharing economy — a set of hot concepts in urban policy, from ridesharing to foodsharing, that are said to create jobs, attract young, educated residents, and boost a community’s livability and sustainability, to boot.
Competing for government funding can be a daunting task, however. In her newest Forbes.com column, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley shares 10+1 tips on how to go after government grants and contracts.
The Atlantic ranks Cleveland among the best metros for grads because it has “a lot to offer highly educated recent grads: affordable housing, a low cost of living, authentic neighborhoods, and revitalizing cores, as well as a relatively high level of job openings in fast-growing highly-educated fields.”
NorTech’s Rebecca Bagley discusses the importance of developing a compelling value proposition in this Forbes.com blog. She mentions how NorTech assists its cluster companies in Northeast Ohio with doing just that.
This article on Forbes.com explores the Cleveland Clinic’s role in bringing new life into Cleveland.