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March

Joe Roman on WTAM

Topics discussed in today’s “Wills and Snyder” interview include: why the GCP and other Ohio metro chambers have concerns with the Governor’s proposed biennial budget and how Cleveland can leverage the positive economic impact of hosting the 2016 RNC;


Also find out what the new downtown pedestrian bridge to Lake Erie will mean for lakefront development and why the Tribe needs your support and how you can enjoy the new fan experience at Progressive Field. Click to listen.

Potential suppliers learn how to build relationships with GE

Last week, the GCP and Ohio Aerospace Institute coordinated efforts to bring four GE experts to discuss how businesses can benefit from building relationships with GE, which has a long history in Northeast Ohio.

This includes a world-class lighting R&D division in East Cleveland.  Read more.

GCP elects five new Board members



Greater Cleveland Partnership Board Chair Beth Mooney, chairman and CEO, KeyCorp, announced that five new members have been elected to the GCP Board at the Board's quarterly meeting last week.

Photo left to right: Jennifer Bell, Aon Risk Services; Michael Hilton, Nordson Corporation; David LaRue, Forest City Enterprises; Jeffrey Murphy, Dominion East Ohio; and Randall Myeroff, Cohen & Company.

New co-chairs named for Construction Diversity and Inclusion Initiative

GCP Board member Dr. Alex Johnson, president of Cuyahoga Community College (photo right), and Gareth Vaughan, president of The A.M. Higley Company (photo left), have agreed to serve as the new co-chairs of the Commission on Economic Inclusion’s Construction Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) initiative.

Outgoing co-chairs Natoya Walker-Minor, chief of public affairs, City of Cleveland, and Anthony Panzica, president and CEO, Panzica Construction Company, will continue as members of the CDI Executive Committee and the Commission’s Advisory Board. Read more.