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Written by Tom Breckenridge
The nonprofit organization that invests in and coaches some of the region's most promising companies had a growing economic impact in 2009, a study says.
JumpStart Inc. and the 47 companies it helped had a $90 million impact last year, up 20 percent from 2008, according to the Center for Economic Development at Cleveland State University...
...The CSU center does a yearly study of Cleveland-based JumpStart, which invests about $4 million annually in high-potential, early-stage companies and offers veteran entrepreneurs to help guide their growth...
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