Where Are The Women In Tech?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer jobs are expected to grow 13 percent over the next 10 years, with a median income of almost $80,000. These numbers exceed all other sectors, with the exception of healthcare. This is great news for a U.S. economy still emerging cautiously from the Great Recession. Unfortunately, many

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Entrepreneurs, Disrupt Yourself

The idea of corporate disruption isn’t new, but the idea of personal disruption to drive corporate innovation is what Whitney Johnson, an entrepreneur and one of the world’s most influential management thinkers, has locked onto in her new book, “Disrupt Yourself.” JumpStart and Roetzel sponsored her event at The City Club of Cleveland on Friday, January

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NEO Entrepreneurs Hit Vegas for CES, 2016

Earlier this month, more than 30 Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) students, staff and alumni traveled to Las Vegas to showcase their inventions, startup ventures and entrepreneurial resources at CES, one of the world’s largest electronics and technology trade shows. This marks the third trip to CES for CWRU team, who filled 10 exhibition booths

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Who Needs The Powerball When You Can Live In Cleveland!

OK, so you didn’t become an instant millionaire, but don’t despair – Cleveland is still one of the 10 Best U.S. Cities to Build Wealth! According to a recent study from Fortune, Cleveland is the third best city in the nation to build wealth, trailing only Washington D.C. and Houston, Texas. The study looked at

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The Next Silicon Valley Doesn’t Exist

By now I’m sure you’ve read at least one article with a title like “Detroit Hopes To Drive Tech Startups Away From Silicon Valley,” or “Five Cities Poised to Become the Next Silicon Valley” or my personal favorite, “Move Silicon Valley to Cleveland.” Even I have played with these types of comparisons, but that was

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Dear Santa, All I Want For Christmas Is A Shiny New Job

Working with a recruiter is sort of like talking to Santa Claus. A new job might be at the top of your gift list, but you’ll need to stay off the naughty list if you want to have your request taken seriously. Here are three gifts of knowledge to keep you and your recruiter smiling

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