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Events are a great way for entrepreneurs to learn, build their networks and have a little fun. Their growing presence in Northeast Ohio reflects our active and dynamic entrepreneurial community. We, along with our partners in the ecosystem, host activities that encourage and educate entrepreneurs, from social networking to intensive workshops. Check our listing of events often to see what’s happening or sign up for one of our email newsletters.
This conference offers presentations from academia, government, and industry on advances in energy systems concepts and electrical energy technology, including generation, control, transmission, storage, and efficient use.
There are hundreds of ways for manufacturers to market their products, but where do you start?
Now on its fifth run, the Research Commercialization Introductory Course is a very popular online course designed to help science and engineering researchers better understand how research commercialization works.
The CES Leadership Breakfast Series will address the challenges and opportunities resulting from increasing activity in oil and gas.
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at Cuyahoga Community College is a practical business management education program that helps you develop the skills you need to grow your company. This session will include information about applying to the program, who is qualified, and what is expected of participants.
The Path to Agility conference was developed to further COHAA’s mission to promote the use of Agile practices and principles.
Please join us for an informational session where representatives from the Innovation Fund explain the ins-and-outs of starting a tech-based business as well as the available entrepreneurial support services - from the application process and the types of grants available to the educational and financial reporting requirements.
Please join us at the Braintree Business Development Center as we provide an atmosphere and forum where entrepreneurs can test out ideas in front of a group of helpful professionals that represent an array of industries.
The City Club will host a panel discussion titled "Stormwater Impacts and Innovative Solutions" on May 23 to address the importance of stormwater management, particularly in developed areas like Cleveland.
In this panel discussion moderated by JumpStart Chief Inclusion Officer Darrin Redus, Charter One Bank President Ken Marblestone, JumpStart President John Dearborn, Economic and Community Development Institute (ECDI) Vice President Eric Diamond and RiverVest Venture Partners Vice President Karen Spilizewski discuss the variety of ways an entrepreneur can finance their business—from bootstrapping to securing investors.
Mark your calendar for Global Cleveland’s quarterly welcoming event for newcomers and boomerangs – Tap Into Tremont!
The Ice House Entrepreneurship Program is a powerful new learning program designed to inspire and engage participants in the fundamental aspects of an entrepreneurial mindset and the unlimited opportunities it can provide.
The Startup Marketing Series is a three-part series that will teach you how to market your business from early growth to hockey-stick rise in customers.
This year's Better Buildings Summit is your opportunity to engage with fellow state, local, K-12 education leaders, and other decision-makers on effective actions and policies to build a clean energy economy in your states and local communities.
EILEEN FISHER Inc. will award up to 5 grants of $12,500 to the recipients of the 2013 Women’s Business Grant Program. Your business must be innovative, 100% women owned and produce products that foster environmental and economic health in the global community.
The MTConnect Challenge seeks to engage and stimulate development of advanced manufacturing intelligence applications that utilize the MTConnect standard.
Save the date. More information coming soon.
The Cleveland Hires Career Expo provides recruiters the latest in social networking communication and technological tools to connect and pre-screen thousands of students and alumni online, and schedule face-to-face meetings with the best candidates at the on-site career expo, making your recruiting process as productive and efficient as possible.
Join us at YSU from 1:00 to 3:00 PM for an open meeting on TechBelt's projects and activities.
The eighth annual Cleveland Matchmaker Event is a unique small business contracting event, which presents a great opportunity for small businesses to gain access to buyers that represent millions of dollars in purchasing.
Join some of the brightest minds and leading organizations at the premier forum to advance patient engagement and healthcare delivery.
What Matters to Metros™ can serve civic leaders in metros throughout the United States, but the research bears specific implications for the four largest metropolitan areas in Northeast Ohio: Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Youngstown.
Bizdom is looking to invest in the best and brightest aspiring entrepreneurs with innovative, scalable business ideas.
Attend the 2013 Spring Conference to discover emerging opportunities and grasp industry trends every economic developer needs to know.
Interested in learning about the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses (10ksb) Program? Thinking of applying? This is an opportunity for you to get an inside peek at what the program is all about.
For over twenty years, the RAPID Conference has been the industry-leading forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest developments, trends and techniques specific to additive manufacturing, rapid technologies, 3D printing and 3D imaging.
Lorain County Community College will host summer camps for young women interested in learning more about careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields.
A polished pitch comes with practice. Entrepreneurs with an early-stage, technology-based business are invited to refine their skills at Cleveland Open Pitch Night, co-presented by Herman Miller, The Incubator at MAGNET, APG Office Furnishings and Bizdom.
The Cleveland Biomedical Job Fair is a web-based event that aggregates regional biomedical companies into one online resource, making it easier for job seekers to browse and apply for positions. This online virtual job fair is industry specific for individuals and companies in the biomedical space.
These workshops are designed for those who are ready to increase revenue and awareness through entrepreneurship, engagement and passion.
A mini-tech conference for Cleveland. In a bar. With pints. TechPint will feature speakers that will shake things up for you and give you a chance to see how fellow innovators are progressing with new ventures. Pints will be flowing freely, and undoubtedly new ideas and connections, too.
ICCC is now accepting nominations for the 2013 Inner City Capital Connections program (ICCC) Cleveland. This program is designed to prepare small businesses located in economically distressed urban areas to access to capital and achieve sustainable growth.
At 11:45 a.m. on Friday, June 28, the Brain Gain Cleveland Project is teaming up with the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association to host a celebration of Cleveland on the floor of Quicken Loans Arena.
MedCity CONVERGE provides the most accurate picture of the future of medical innovation by gathering decision-makers from every sector to debate the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
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