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Obama Spreads Innovation Agenda To Middle America

Friday, March 04, 2011
Posted By John Dearborn
...imagine the White House calling and saying that they were so excited by what they were observing in terms of the state of change in the region that they wanted to come look and learn for themselves. Well that's exactly what happened here.
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10 Additions to Entrepreneur’s 50 Cool Cities to Start Your Business

Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Posted By Cathy Belk
Entrepreneur magazine's August 2010 edition featured a story "50 really cool cities to start your business", or as they further detailed, "the 50 cities and 10 lifestyles energizing businesses of all shapes and size". These types of lists are always fun to read for the selections that are surprising, or redemptive, or just plain right.
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Ohio Innovators and Entrepreneurs Need Issue 1

Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Posted By Ray Leach
Issue 1 is a statewide ballot measure that would authorize renewal and continuation of the highly successful Ohio Third Frontier (OTF) program. OTF is a visionary public-private partnership created in 2002 with bipartisan legislative leadership and support as well as widespread editorial support.
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Getting It Done - Part 3

Monday, January 04, 2010
Posted By Chris Mather
If you've missed the first two parts of ‘Getting It Done' - check them out: Part 1 on BioEnterprise and JumpStart Ventures, and Part 2 on JumpStart TechLift Advisors and JumpStart Inclusion Advisors. And, here's Part 3 -- highlighting two more organizations doing incredible work to help fund our region's startups.
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We're Building Something Big...

Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Posted By Chris Mather
Recently, I was asked to give a talk to a group about JumpStart TechLift Advisors, JumpStart, and the support network for entrepreneurial companies in Northeast Ohio. In preparing, I took a look at where we have been, and where we are today in terms of a fabric of funding and support resources for entrepreneurial companies. The progress since 2002 has been incredible.
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