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PRE4CLE aims to close preschool gap
The PRE4CLE program, which was recently recognized by the White House, is halfway to its goal of enrolling 2,000 additional four-year-olds in high-quality preschools in Cleveland.
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This weekend in Cleveland: Night Market, Pride, Waterloo Arts Fest and more
This weekend, feast on authentic Asian cuisine at the first-ever Night Market, celebrate LGBTQQA progress at Cleveland Pride, explore Waterloo Arts Fest, play free pinball in Coventry and more. 
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Asian-born developer promotes cuisine, culture and entrepreneurship
Eric Duong, an entrepreneur born in Vietnam, opened the Asian Town Center with just three tenants in the midst of the recession. Yet today, the development houses 20 businesses with more on the way.
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This weekend in Cleveland: Lakewood's front porch concert series and more
This holiday weekend, go on a hot date to Mahall's for music, food and cocktails, visit Platform Brewing in celebration of their first anniversary, enjoy reggae by Carlos Jones at the kickoff of Lakewood’s porch concert series and more.
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Four cities come together in Detroit to learn & take lessons home
Leaders from Cleveland, Detroit, New Orleans and Durham are meeting this week in Detroit for a second of four meetings to discuss how to increase entrepreneurial activity and connectivity in distressed neighborhoods. The last meeting will occur in Cleveland in June 2016.
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The Region

The Region

Greater Cleveland is part of the  "Northeast Ohio/Cleveland Plus" region boasting a $170 billion dollar economy. In addition to Greater Cleveland, the region has several other metropolitan cities bustling with business, arts & culture and great places to live - and where over 70% of the Fortune 500 companies have a presence.

   

Cleveland

Greater Cleveland

Entrepreneurship is booming here. Greater Cleveland, encompassing five counties - Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake, Geauga and Medina, has entrepreneurial incubators, education and funding programs that are fast becoming the national model. We were recognized as one of the hottest regions for entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur magazine – ranking higher than San Francisco, Boston, Seattle and New York. And the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) also listed us as one of only seven cities in the world (and the only city in the United States) to be named a “Top 7 Intelligent Community.”  

 

   

Akron

Akron

Go straight down Interstate 77 from downtown Cleveland and you get to Akron. It is so easy a drive it is not uncommon for people to commute between these communities. Akron is home to more than 21,000 businesses, including more than 150 Fortune 500 companies that have operations in the region. Some of the largest employers include The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, FedEx Custom Critical, GoJo Industries, First Energy Corporation, Bridgestone and Time Warner Cable. 

   

Canton

Canton

Just a bit farther down the road is Canton. Canton and Stark County has become the business headquarters for the Utica Shale, seen as one of the richest sources of shale oil, gas and natural gas liquids in the US. Billions of dollars are going into the development of business and infrastructure to support this booming industry. If you don’t know about Shale, perhaps you’ve heard of Shearer’s Pretzels and Chips or Heinz Frozen foods, or maybe Frito-Lay’s? There is a lot going on in Canton. 

   

Youngstown

Youngstown

Head a bit more east towards Pittsburgh and you get to Youngstown. Youngstown has lots to boast about! Brookings listed them as a top 20 city for economic recovery and named the area as one of the top US metros in export growth. It’s no wondering with this success the US Bureau of Labor Statistics named it the third highest in US job growth. Forbes honored it with 4th Best Place to find a job and as the 5th Highest in Manufacturing Job growth. And talk about entrepreneurial; the Youngstown Business Incubator is constantly in the press with its new business’ successes.