Promising start-ups are popping up all over the Midwest. While there has never been a better time to launch a company in the heartland, growing that company can be a challenge due to a lack of venture capital. In her Forbes.com column, NorTech CEO Rebecca Bagley explains why VCs should take a closer look at the Midwest.
This article from Inc.com looks at where the fastest-growing, private companies are starting their businesses throughout the United States. Their data shows that Ohio is in the top 10 of states that host the fastest-growing, private company start-ups.
This article from Industry Week highlights Northeast Ohio’s manufacturing sector, focusing on MAGNET’s [M]Power Manufacturing Assembly, an event that celebrated National Manufacturing Day.
Cleveland is ranked as one of the nation’s 10 most innovative cities by CNNMoney, sharing the spotlight with places like New York City, Boston and Portland.
This article from NewGeography highlights areas across the nation that are benefiting most from the economic recovery. Writer Joel Kotkin praises economic growth in the Midwest and calls out Cleveland-Elyria.
Manufacturing is one of the most advanced industries in the U.S., but we can do more to accelerate the pace of innovation. A national network for manufacturing innovation might be the answer, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley writes in her Forbes.com column.