“Northeast Ohio has staked its future on high-growth entrepreneurship.”
Importance of Minority Entrepreneurship – JumpStart’s Darrin Redus’ ideas featured in Huffington Post Blog
Darrin Redus, Chief Economic Inclusion Advisor at JumpStart, is featured as a guest blogger in the Huffington Post’s blog. Learn more about his ideas on minority entrepreneurship.
With a strong manufacturing base and an innovative workforce, Northeast Ohio is on target to become a hub for wind energy. Read on to find out what The Plus region has to offer the wind energy market.
The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) and its small business partner, the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE), have received Green Plus™ Certification.
What do electric cars, personal power generators, energy-saving windows and algae have in common? They are all technologies being developed by advanced energy companies in Northeast Ohio. Learn more about some of the ways Northeast Ohio is developing a robust advanced energy sector.
Playing a leading role in many advanced energy sectors, The Plus region and the state of Ohio are among the most elite locations in the country for fuel cell development. Recognized internationally as a leader in the fuel cell industry, Northeast Ohio is leveraging its resources and infrastructure to innovate this clean, efficient energy technology.
The option-to-lease contract between the state of Ohio and the Lake Erie Energy Development Company is a step toward the construction of the world’s first freshwater wind farm, located in Lake Erie, to further position Cleveland and Ohio as global leaders in advanced energy industry job creation and in the production and distribution of renewable energy.
Northeast Ohio is home to a number of industries that encourage our economic vitality, such as medical, aerospace and tourism, to name a few. One in particular—advanced energy—is a trade on the verge of possibly transforming the region into a global leader in clean/green energy industries.
Construction on Cleveland’s new convention center and medical mart officially got under way Jan. 14. The groundbreaking included a reading of the 24 conventions and 59 organizations that have signed letters of intent to bring conventions to town or to lease space in the tradeshow complex.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibit “Climate Change,” SmartHome Cleveland will demonstrate how humans can act to affect an energy-efficient future and help change ideas about how we design, build and live in our homes in Northeast Ohio.