Northeast Ohio’s entrepreneurial support system has come a long way in recent years, thanks to increased collaboration among an ever-growing array of resources.
In mid-June, The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Wooster’s ABSMaterials a $497,000 2012 SBIR IIB grant. Soon after, the Oberlin-based medical device company Synapse Biomedical received a job creation tax credit from the state of Ohio to add 60 new employees. And Akron startup Hydrogen Energy Systems introduced its Mixing Block technology, a clean energy-driven system to run small internal combustion engines, at the Akron Global Business Accelerator.
Big things are happening for the region’s high growth startups; watch the video to find out more.