When companies evaluate potential locations for starting or expanding their operations, they typically consider factors including the costs to build or relocate in the area; risks
Northeast Ohio is a region built for the car, evidenced by cross-cutting freeways and huge parking lots that dominate the landscape.
The County’s Board of Control has approved a $100,000 investment in the public challenge, while the Cleveland Foundation has made a $50,000 grant.
The Fund for Our Economic Future (Fund) and Cuyahoga County announced today a number of initiatives they are jointly advancing to improve residents’ access to jobs.
The Paradox Prize seeks to invest in big ideas that help Northeast Ohioans who are stranded economically by their geography.