Entrepreneurs are thriving in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Since 2004, national investors have pumped more than $2.3 billion into Northeast Ohio startup technology companies. This recognition extends beyond investors. According to a ranking from NerdWallet, Cleveland ranks among the top 50 entrepreneurial-friendly cities in the world.
According to Trulia, Akron is the most affordable city in the U.S. to live. This comes as no surprise as Northeast Ohio consistently ranks as one of the most affordable locations in the nation!
Cleveland’s startup scene is getting noticed as this ranking from Entrepreneur illustrates.
According to the BuzzFeed community, Cleveland is one of 17 cities in the world that those in their 30s should pick up and move to.
Northeast Ohio consistently proves to be a hub for biomedical innovation and opportunity. Since 2002, Cleveland’s biomedical industry has grown from 300 to over 700 companies, a 133% increase. Over $2 billion has been invested in area start-ups during the same period.
In this monthly series, Why Cleveland, we explore the drivers of Cleveland’s resurgence to highlight the reasons the city and Northeast Ohio are increasingly chosen to host major events such as the 2016 Republican National Convention.
This article from Bloomberg Business looks at how Wall Street is losing talent to markets like Cleveland. The article also profiles Maria Teresa Tejada of KeyCorp.
In this article from CityLab, writer Kriston Capps explains why Cleveland was the big winner in the first GOP debate.
In this monthly series, “Why Cleveland,” we explore the drivers of our region’s ongoing resurgence to highlight the reasons Cleveland and Northeast Ohio are excited about hosting the 2016 Republican National Convention and other major events.