- GCP applauds Cuyahoga County anti poaching agreement 01 28 13
GCP applauds Cuyahoga County anti-poaching protocol
Monday, January 28, 2013
Cleveland, Ohio—Greater Cleveland Partnership President and CEO Joe Roman says that Cuyahoga County’s “Business Attraction and Anti-Poaching Protocol,” which has been signed by all of the county’s 59 communities indicates that the stakeholders “are poised to work collectively to make our county more business friendly.”
"Participation in the agreement from all 59 communities clearly demonstrates progress in Cuyahoga County as it pertains to economic development and business growth opportunities,” says Roman. “The GCP is committed to working with the County Executive and all our partners to advance business development projects and keep our local economy growing."
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald said the signing of the agreement is only a first step. “We plan to work with the communities and the Greater Cleveland Partnership to improve all of our efforts to be responsive to business and advance economic development,” he said.
About the Greater Cleveland Partnership
The Greater Cleveland Partnership mobilizes private-sector leadership, expertise and resources to create attractive business conditions that create jobs, grow investment and improve the economic prosperity of the region.
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