Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
Recently, someone from a local water technology company told Bryan Stubbs that the business might join the Cleveland Water Alliance.
The main reason? It wants a subscription to SplashLink.com.
Since last fall, the Beachwood-based website has signed up hundreds of paid subscribers, all of whom are somehow tied to the water industry.
Cities and utilities use SplashLink to find companies that can help them complete projects related to sewer systems, water treatment plants and other infrastructure. Companies use the site to find projects that they can bid on. And they both use it to hunt for grants and other funding set aside for water-related projects.
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Originally published July 26, 2015.