Published on February 14, 2017, on Crain’s Cleveland Business, by Chuck Soder

How will the Flashstarts business accelerator and Global Cleveland convince foreign entrepreneurs to move to Northeast Ohio? By dangling a particularly tasty carrot in front of them: an H-1B visa β€” one that isn’t affected by a cap that limits how many of them are given out each year. The two organizations are working together to create what will be called the Flashstarts Global Entrepreneur-In-Residence program. They aim to recruit foreign entrepreneurs who would be interested in…

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