Few regions or cities compare to Northeast Ohio’s esteemed higher education system. Home to 27 accredited colleges and universities and 209,000 diverse students, The Plus region is one of the best locations in the country to pursue a degree of higher learner.
In this Forbes.com blog post, NorTech’s Rebecca Bagley discusses the need to develop the next generation of entrepreneurs and mentions some successful Northeast Ohio programs that are helping to make this happen.
Economic development, a cornerstone of philanthropic giving, is driving force for NEO’s Fund for Our Economic Future.
December 19, 2011 – NorTech and its economic development partners and funders invite you to join them as representatives from the Ohio Department of Development present the new directions and funding opportunities of the Ohio Third Frontier.
Coal-mining and farming magnate James C. Justice II, along with his wife, Cathy, confirmed this week that they are giving $10 million to Cleveland Clinic Innovations, the commercialization and corporate venture arm of Northeast Ohio’s largest health system.
Audited results show that MAGNET has helped generate $1 billion in economic impact over the last five years – evidence that the economic development system is having an impact in NEO.
As manufacturing continues to play a major role in Northeast Ohio’s economy, programs like the newly launched Steelworker for the Future aim to develop a new generation of highly skilled workers.
Tune in to PBS Friday, November 18, 2011 at 9 p.m. as Cleveland’s Rock Hall helps tell the story of music’s leading female rockers.
Team NEO’s latest report shows that the manufacturing sector is helping Northeast Ohio’s economy to recover at a faster rate than the rest of the U.S.