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Written by Susan Milligan.
…”They’ve done a great job revitalizing downtown, expanding and turning former office buildings into apartments,” says Jon Snyder, who was born in Cleveland and has returned to launch Neuros Medical, a medical device startup.
Cleveland’s move from an industrial city to an innovation city attracts well-educated young people, Snyder says, adding that he is getting résumés from all over the country. Cleveland’s old manufacturing base, along with such boast-worthy universities as Case Western Reserve, have created a solid new base for medical research and devices as well as other innovation-related enterprises, he says…
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Originally published September 2, 2014.