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GCP, Cleveland Development Fund to host D.C. fly-in

The Greater Cleveland Partnership and the Cleveland Development Fund once again will host a fly-in to Washington D.C. in conjunction with Congressmen Dave Joyce (OH-14) (right) and Jim Renacci (OH-16) on May 29-30.

This year’s agenda will include a Thursday evening reception at the United States Botanic Garden followed by conference sessions on Friday in the Congressional Visitors Center. Sessions will include an Ohio Congressional Delegation Breakfast and presentations of interest to business, industry and government officials at the state and local level.  

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Minimum wage debate continues in Washington; GCP members can voice their opinion

In response to President Obama’s proposal to increase the federal minimum wage to $10.10 per hour, the United States Senate has begun to discuss the issue. Although it is possible that the Democrat-controlled Senate will take action on the matter after Easter break, it is unlikely that the House of Representatives, controlled by Republicans, will consider it any time soon.

GCP members are encouraged to let us know how they feel about this issue. By taking 10 minutes to participate in this survey, members can provide important insight, which will be relayed to the Government Affairs Council. Click here to watch our video.

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What drives growth of middle-market companies?

Learn what drives high-growth middle market companies at the 2014 Greater Cleveland Middle-Market Forum, presented by the Greater Cleveland Partnership, on Friday, May 9 from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Corporate College East. The forum’s breakout sessions will focus on business imperatives that are essential to achieving and sustaining success in the middle market. Click for details.

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GCP Annual Meeting highlights 2014 priorities, 10-year accomplishments

More than 1500 business and community leaders joined us at the 2014 Annual Meeting on April 2 at the Cleveland Convention Center. The packed house heard updates on GCP priorities from GCP Board Chair Beth Mooney, chairman and CEO of KeyCorp, and GCP President and CEO Joe Roman.

Other highlights included keynote speaker Governor John Kasich and presentation of the Commission on Economic Inclusion Best-in-Class awards. Click for details.