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GCP 4th Quarter Middle-Market Forum

Perspectives on the 2015 National Economy and Outlook for 2016

The Greater Cleveland Partnership is pleased to invite CEOs from our middle-market member companies to our fourth-quarter Middle-Market Forum where our speaker will be Dr. Martin A. Regalia, senior vice president for economic and tax policy and chief economist at the United States Chamber of Commerce.

Join us for an informative presentation to hear how the national economy shaping up in the fourth quarter of 2015 and what are some of the key economic trends to watch for in 2016 that could impact your middle-market company. Please note: This event is for CEOs only. Invitations are nontransferable.

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Ideas for Tomorrow: David Gregory

GCP members are invited to the Cleveland Clinic's Ideas for Tomorrow speaker series program featuring David Gregory, author and former moderator of "Meet the Press."

David is the author of the new book, "How’s Your Faith?", an examination of his own faith journey and those of others, including former President George W. Bush, who asked David the question that became the title of the book.

Thanks for your interest in this event! All tickets have been reserved. For more information, please call the Investor Hotline at 216.592.2370 or email us at

Corporate Club: Transforming Cleveland

The next Corporate Club program on Wednesday, November 18 at Cleveland Public Auditorium & Conference Center will feature an informative discussion about the changes and challenges in transforming Cleveland to become the best city it can be. Thanks for your interest in this event. The GCP table is full, and we are no longer taking RSVPs.

Speakers (left to right): Richard Pace, CEO, Cumberland Development Group; Richey Piiparinen, director, The Center for Population Dynamics, Cleveland State University Levin College of Urban Affairs;

Jeremy Paris, executive director, Group Plan Commission; Adam Fishman, principal, Fairmount Properties LLC; and moderator, Steve Litt, art and architecture critic, The Plain Dealer. Click for details.

Diversity Professionals Group

The next forum of the Commission on Economic Inclusion's Diversity Professionals Group will feature a presentation on “Moving Toward Inclusion: How Do We Get There From Here?” by Erica Merritt, director, culture & strategy at the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. Click to register.

52nd Annual Public Officials Reception

Presented by the Greater Cleveland Partnership

This not-to-be-missed reception brings together the region’s federal, state, and local elected officials with business and community leaders. The Public Officials Reception is your opportunity to interact with decision makers on policy issues of importance to you, your company and the region.

Pre-registration for the Public Officials Reception is now closed. A limited number of tickets will be available for on-site purchase by credit card. Tickets purchased at the door will be $250.

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