Cleveland Ranked Among Best Startup Cities in America


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We've said it a time or two that Cleveland is a hotbed for entrepreneurial doers and makers, and last week the Forest City was recognized by Popular Mechanics for being one of the best startup cities in the nation.

The folks at PM got with a handful of Cleveland innovators including Jason Radcliffe of 44Steel, Jackie and Phillip Wachter of Fount Leather, Matt Beyer of LeanDog, Vince Slusarz of Gotta Groove Records, and others, to put together a short video to articulate how and why Cleveland became a startup hub.

Give it a watch, here:

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