Northeast Ohio’s healthcare industry is an important contributor to the region’s economy. It is a nearly $14 billion sector with 177,000 employees. In addition, the research expenditures by medical institutions and universities have nearly doubled, growing to more than $660 million in 2012, creating new opportunities for the region.
Borgers USA Corp. to build $60 million plant in Norwalk Borgers USA Corporation, an automotive supplier based in Germany, has chosen Norwalk for its second North American manufacturing facility. The new $60 million facility will employ 230 Ohioans who will help the company meet growing demand in the US market. “Borgers’ decision to choose Ohio[…]
Cleveland ranked one of the most walkable cities in the US A report from the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University School of Business and Smart Growth America, ranked Cleveland as the 10th most walkable city in the US. The report ranks the 30 largest US metro areas based on[…]
Tom Sudow Orchestrates Partnership between Ohio and Israel Tom Sudow, Team NEO’s Vice President of Business Attraction, was instrumental in forging a collaboration agreement between the state of Ohio and Israel to prompt economic growth and development for both entities. On June 17, the state of Ohio entered into a partnership with Israel to develop[…]
Dr. Luis Proenza to Receive H. Peter Burg Regional Vision Award Team Northeast Ohio Team NEO will honor Dr. Luis Proenza, President of The University of Akron (UA), with the H. Peter Burg Regional Vision Award at the Team NEO Economic Development Plus Awards to be held July 9, 2014 at the InterContinental Hotel and Conference[…]
Cleveland and Dallas are the final two contenders for Republican National Convention Northeast Ohio’s bid to host the 2016 Republican National Convention advanced, as the party’s site-selection committee pared its lists of four contenders to two: Cleveland and Dallas.
Ohio Third Frontier grants $42 million to Northeast Ohio to boost innovation and discovery Twelve Northeast Ohio companies have been awarded nearly $42.3 million in grants and loans from the Ohio Third Frontier, a state economic development driver that invests in new technology, entrepreneurship and innovation. That’s half of the more than $84.9 million that[…]
Shaking Off The Rust: Cleveland Workforce Gets Younger And Smarter In an article for Forbes, regular contributor Joel Kotkin explores the findings of a recent report released by Cleveland State University, which finds that Cleveland’s workforce is actually getting “younger and smarter.” Read the article from Forbes
Nortech’s Innovation UnConference Connect with the region’s most innovative entrepreneurs & organizations at the Innovation UnConference! The NorTech Innovation UnConference is the first of its kind for entrepreneurs and innovators in Northeast Ohio’s technology-focused industries. A flexible, participant-driven answer to a traditional conference, the UnConference facilitates discussion, debate and interaction on transformational trends, cutting-edge technologies[…]
Cleveland is among most affordable cities for young attorneys Cleveland is the place to be for young lawyers. Ranked 4th most affordable city for young attorneys by FindLaw for Legal Professionals, Cleveland is the place to be for young lawyers.