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January

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Protecting the Great Lakes: An urgent priority

GCP Advocacy Senior Vice President Carol Caruso discusses the danger posed by Asian carp, a large and invasive species, to the Great Lakes, in general, and Lake Erie in particular, in our new "GCP Insight" video.

In an interview with Steve Luttner, vice president, Lesic and Camper Communications, she points out the urgent need to address the problem, which threatens both fishing and recreation industries. Click to watch.

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Marketing Cleveland goes global: Join us
for an exciting unveiling event

Hemispheres magazine, the monthly business, travel and lifestyle publication of United Airlines that reaches an estimated 11.6 million passengers each month, will feature Dossier Cleveland, a 56-page supplement designed to enlighten readers about the many reasons to live, work and invest in Greater Cleveland in its February issue.

GCP members are invited to join us at a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, January 30, at the Global Center for Health Innovation to celebrate the most extensive, positive feature ever written about our community.

Click here to RSVP.

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Game-changing strategies for middle-market companies

Learn how pacesetting middle-market companies have bucked negative economic and market trends, either through steady, incremental expansion, or through a breakout event, to trigger growth.


A new report by the National Center for the Middle Market (NCMM), GCP's Middle-Market Initiative strategic partner, explores how a company's performance in executing eight well-established dimensions of management creates sustained growth.

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GCP urges state to contribute to Cleveland's momentum

The first state capital budget containing community projects in six years is an opportunity to build upon Greater Cleveland efforts to grow and transform the local economy.

The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) is recommending nine capital improvement projects for state funding.  Many of those projects are waterfront initiatives, such as improving public lakefront access in Cleveland, Euclid and Lakewood.