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Written by Michelle Jarboe
A network of business advisers, investors and mentors is trying to solve the puzzle of starting and cultivating a company in Northeast Ohio.
The JumpStart Enterprenurial Network, unveiled Tuesday, unites dozens of business-support organizations in 21 counties under a single website and a shared mission: Making it easier for entrepreneurs to figure out where to look for space, whom to ask for money and how to find education and advice.
JumpStart Inc., a nonprofit group dedicated to helping entrepreneurs grow, announced the network during its annual meeting in Cleveland. The network replaces TechLift, a 3-year-old consortium that provided support and investment advice for fledgling technology companies...
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