State of Ohio allocates $265 million to “Cleveland Innovation District”
Want some insight into how one state is creating several innovation hubs?
JobsOhio, a private, nonprofit economic development organization in the Buckeye State, has announced how the $110 million it plans to spend on the “Cleveland Innovation District” will be allocated. That’s a major part of the $265 million in state money that is being earmarked for the effort that involves collaboration by the city’s three largest hospitals and two universities.
Read more here about how major players in the community like the Cleveland Clinic are contributing.