This was the recurring theme at Global Cleveland's Employer Summit: Northeast Ohio benefits by being part of the global economy.
"Our region's prosperity improved today," said Global Cleveland's President Joe Cimperman of the conference held Wednesday at the InterContinental Cleveland. "More people born in our community will have a job as a result of the international economic development conversations that we had today.
A push to bring new residents and businesses to an area dubbed the International Village on Cleveland's West Side is winning over financial backers as it strives to grow from a pilot project into something more permanent.
Published on: 05/17/2017 By: Cleveland Jewish News
Global Cleveland will host an economic development conference, The Global Employer Summit, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at InterContinental Cleveland, 9801 Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland. The event is sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic, InterContinential Cleveland Hotel and Conference Center, New American Economy, Case Western Reserve University and Squire Patton Boggs.
From Global Cleveland: Global Cleveland is excited to announce the first economic development conference of its kind in Northeast Ohio. The Global Employer Summit will help local employers connect with the region’s international talent to enhance their competitiveness and strengthen the local economy.
Published on: 05/08/2017 By: Crain's Cleveland Business
An economic development conference scheduled for later this month aims to help local employers connect with the region's international talent in an effort to strengthen the local economy and enhance their competitiveness.
Global Cleveland announced the event will take place May 31 at the InterContinental Cleveland Hotel and Conference Center as well as on the campus of Cleveland Clinic, both of which are conference co-sponsors.
The Global Employer Summit is designed to show area employers how they can take advantage of the global talent being resettled or immigrating to Greater Cleveland.
Published on: 03/29/2017 By: Crain's Cleveland Business
Challenges remain, but Cleveland's central business district is making progress, said Joseph Marinucci, CEO of Downtown Cleveland Alliance, during DCA's annual "State of Downtown" panel discussion at The City Club of Cleveland on Tuesday, March 28.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cuyahoga County, despite its population losses over the last several decades, remains among the leaders regionally as a destination for immigrants.
Migration between the county and countries around the world accounted for a net gain of 19,251 people since the 2010 census, according to Census Bureau estimates released this month.
With the goal to inform the community and leaders on several aspects of immigration often left out of the national news, Global Cleveland will be facilitating a panel discussion on the 2017 state of downtown affairs, The Economic Success of Migration and Immigration. On Tue 3/28 @ 4-6pm at the City Club, Global Cleveland invites civic and business decision makers, downtown Cleveland stakeholders, nonprofit service providers and Cleveland area residents who want to learn more about the impacts of immigration on our economy and on downtown Cleveland’s development to engage to the conversation.
Immigrants and new Americans are invited to a U.S. Small Business Administration program on Monday, March 20, on how to grow their own businesses with help from government services and resources.
The program, designed especially for new citizens with green cards and first- and second-generation Americans, is free and open to the public.
Today, New American Economy, an immigration reform advocacy organization, launched Map the Impact--a campaign to highlight the vital economic contributions of immigrants in communities across the country. Global Cleveland has joined this time of action to help promote the new research on the contributions of immigrants in the Cleveland Metro Area and highlight the critical need for immigration reform.