242 results found
- Business Visit
A GCP Business Growth and Development representative will come to your business to learn how to help your business thrive.
- State of Ohio offers $28 million air quality program for senior living facilities
COVID-19 Indoor Air Quality Assistance allows the following eligible Ohio non-governmental employers to receive financial assistance on a reimbursement basis for eligible inspections, assessments, maintenance, and/ or improvements to indoor heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (“HVAC”) systems to control the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19: licensed nursing homes, licensed assisted living facilities, and adult day center. The $28M program was made possible via CARES Act dollars allocated to Ohio. The completed application and all required documentation must be submitted to the BWC by December 30, 2020. Learn More
- City of Cleveland Announces New Grants for Restaurants and Retail Businesses
The City of Cleveland announced that as part of Mayor Frank Jackson’s ReStart CLE plan, the Department of Economic Development has established an Emergency Working Capital Program to assist specially impacted businesses. The Emergency Working Capital Program – Specially Impacted Businesses will provide a loan of up to $20,000 to reimburse for operating costs incurred for the months of March onward. The program is open to restaurants, personal care businesses, and storefront retail establishments. Up to 50% of the low interest loans ($10,000) is forgivable for costs associated with the purchase of personal protective equipment. Click here to learn more and access the application for this opportunity. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until funds are depleted. Businesses eligible for the Emergency Working Capital Program should apply as soon as possible. The Department of Economic Development also announced the Winter Restaurant Operations Support Grant program, which is designed to help provide restaurants with resources to offer safe outdoor dining experiences through the winter. The program will allocate $500,000 (up to $5,000 per business) in grant assistance to local restaurants to help support winter operations through purchases and rental of equipment like heaters or fire pits and other fixtures. Click here to learn more and access the application. Applications for the Winter Restaurant Operations Support Grant program will be accepted up to November 30, 2020.
- ODJFS to Provide Up to $25 Million in CARES Act Grants to Nonprofit Agencies
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) today announced the process for nonprofit organizations that serve low-income and at-risk Ohioans to apply for federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act grants. Up to $25 million will be awarded. “Those who were in need prior to this pandemic are even more vulnerable now, and many of the organizations assisting them have been struggling, as well,” said ODJFS Director Kimberly Hall. “We are pleased to be able to provide this assistance to organizations that have accumulated unemployment debt as a result of the pandemic and are devoted to helping Ohioans during difficult times.” Organizations that receive funding can use it to apply to their unemployment debt or bolster their workforces by rehiring staff they may have had to lay off. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 27 at jfs.ohio.gov/nonprofitgrants. The grants are part of a larger package of more than $419.5 million in CARES Act funding developed by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Lt. Governor Jon Husted and the General Assembly to provide funding for small businesses, restaurants and bars, hospitals, higher education, arts, nonprofits, and low-income Ohioans impacted financially by the pandemic
- Home | Greater Cleveland Partnership INGEAR
Welcome To A Greater Cleveland Project Management Site Selection Talent Energy Solutions Public Sector Coordination Let The Greater Cleveland Partnership Get Your Business INGEAR IN dustry G rowth , E xpansion , A ttraction , R etention The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) portal was created to help businesses easily access the resources that Greater Cleveland has with the goal to help industry growth, expansion, attraction, and retention efforts in the region INGEAR Enter Let The Greater Cleveland Partnership Get Your Business INGEAR A Land On The Rise By any number of metrics, Cleveland and Cuyahoga County are the core of one of the nation’s strongest metro areas with formidable momentum. Cleveland boasts a great and storied history and its recent progress ignited by major investments that have accelerated growth and new opportunities for our community. There’s a renewed sense of confidence and readiness for what comes next. We have been forged by a legacy of innovators and makers, grown to prominence as a global healthcare capital, and are looking ahead to the next decade of innovation and growth in Greater Cleveland. This is a community where companies, organizations, and individuals thrive and where a national model for public-private partnership has demonstrated the ability – time and again – to tackle major initiatives and move with agility and velocity when we see significant opportunity. There has never been a better time to thrive in “The Land.”- and there remains much work to do together. Join us as we continue our journey to new heights. Why Cleveland INGEAR Suite Of Services Project Management Whether you need help financing real estate, machinery, equipment or technology – whatever your business need - we provide you with the comprehensive advisory services and access to resources your project needs from concept to completion Learn More > Site Selection Let our team lead your site search for a new building or property for expansion, relocation or consolidation that will help your company grow Learn More > Talent Career & Technical Education, Apprenticeships, Sector Partnerships and more. Our talent team is here to help with any workforce issues you and your company are facing whether it's Learn More > Energy Solutions Let us coordinate utility rate procurement, conduct energy audits, provide energy efficiency rebates, and financing options, including CPACE, for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy projects Learn More > Public Sector Coordination Benefit from our established relationships with public and civic partners that promote regional mobility, infrastructure reliability, environmental health, and quality of life Learn More > Advocacy GCPs Advocacy Team understands the legislative processes of all levels of government and how the results impact the business community. The GCP team works in close collaboration with our businesses, all industries, and all sizes, to ensure their needs are heard and we generate support for meaningful change on the business community’s behalf. Learn More Equity & Inclusion: Creating Jobs and Opportunities for All Individuals Since 2001, GCP's Equity & Inclusion program has been working to close racial disparities in jobs, income, and wealth. Doing so by growing minority-owned enterprises and increasing equity & inclusion in the region. Business Growth Collaborative The Marketplace
- B2B Form | GCP INGEAR
GCP INGEAR B2B Want Your Company Listed? Please enter your contact information and fill out the fields below and we will get you listed on the site! Company description to be listed on the the site. (Max 280 Charaters) URL you want to direct people to Upload Logo Upload Max File Size 15MB Please select any that apply Woman Owned Business Minority Owned Business LGBTQ+ Owned Business Veteran Owned Business Your Information Has Been Successfully Submitted Submit
- Public Partners | GCP INGEAR
Civic Connection Public Partners Many programs and agencies in Northeast Ohio are working hard to grow and promote our region’s economy. Greater Cleveland Civic Connection brings together key private- and public-sector leaders to coordinate and build upon these efforts, maximizing job creation and leveraging infrastructure improvements. By facilitating constant dialogue between the public partners and our region’s business community, Greater Cleveland Civic Connection has established a foundation for a significant, efficient coordinated focus upon Northeast Ohio’s future. City of Cleveland The Civic Connection partners at the City of Cleveland – including the Mayor’s Office of Capital Projects, Division of Water, Division of Water Pollution Control, Cleveland Public Power, and Department of Port Control – are at the forefront of ensuring the maintenance and reliability of roadways, bridges, and airports, as well as electrical, sewer, and water utilities within the City limits and in numerous suburban communities. Through Mayor Jackson’s Neighborhood Transformation Initiative, the City of Cleveland supported the Finch Group’s Glenville Circle North mixed-use development with 30-year non-school tax increment financing and nearly $2 million in public space and street improvements. Cuyahoga County Cuyahoga County supports economic development by focusing on infrastructure maintenance and improvements and on support for business attraction, retention, and growth through its Department of Public Works and Department of Development. These departments work together with municipal governments to strategically support business development throughout the County. Cuyahoga County is managing the construction of the final segments of the Towpath Trail, which, when completed at the end of 2020, will finally connect the 110 mile multi-purpose trail into downtown Cleveland. Pictured above is a segment completed as part of the Cleveland Innerbelt Bridge project. Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is the nation’s 13th-largest public transit system, serving more than 45 percent of all public transit riders in the State of Ohio. The nationally-recognized “Carrier of Distinction” provides transportation services for approximately 50 million rides annually through a variety of services, including heavy rail, light rail, bus, bus rapid transit (BRT), and Paratransit. Completed in 2015 at a total cost of $16.5 million, the Little Italy-University Circle Station is serviced by RTA's Red Line rapid transit line and has helped to support hundreds of millions of dollars in private transit-oriented development within a quarter mile of its doors. Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is the largest wastewater treatment provider in the State of Ohio, providing service to all or part of 62 communities and more than one million customers. Its three wastewater treatment facilities combine to treat over 90 billion gallons of wastewater annually and its Regional Stormwater Management Program continues to drive water quality improvement by leveraging tens of millions of dollars annually to reduce flooding, arrest stream bank erosion and maintain open conveyance of our waterways. The Superior Avenue Pump Station (above left) is just one small part of Project Clean Lake -- a 25-year, $3 billion investment in massive underground storage tunnels, treatment plant improvements, and green infrastructure that will capture over 98 percent of wet weather flows in the combined sewer system. Port of Cleveland The Port of Cleveland fosters regional job creation and economic vitality through its global maritime services, its development financing services, and its leadership in critical Cuyahoga River renewal and infrastructure projects. The Port’s maritime operations include the Cleveland-Europe Express – the only direct, scheduled vessel service that moves containerized and non-containerized cargo between the Great Lakes and Europe. Nearly 20,000 jobs and more than $3.5 billion in annual economic activity are tied to the Port and River system. The Port of Cleveland supports around 20,000 jobs and generates a $3.5 billion economic impact in Greater Cleveland. Additionally, the Port's Cleveland-Europe Express is the only direct, scheduled vessel service moving containerized and non-containerized cargo between the Great Lakes and Europe. Other Key Collaborative Public Agencies