Cleveburgh Works

I (as in not Mike) have been woefully behind in my Pittsblog duties, but this belongs here more than anywhere else. Beyond the more general Cleveburgh thoughts of late there is story in the Cleveland Plain Dealer today focusing on economic development efforts up the turnpike. Yet one of the most prominent things in the article is talk of Pittsburgh’s own Innovation Works....  singled out some years ago in a report done for them by the folks at McKinsey as "the 12 best regional development growth organizations in the world".

See: Jumpstart offers a solid base for emerging Cleveland-area businesses, by Marcia Pledger, Cleveland Plain Dealer. October 24, 2009,


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