Cuyahoga County, JumpStart’s partnership to support entrepreneurs pays off
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Written by Karen Farkas.
Cuyahoga County’s partnership with JumpStart, in which the venture development organization invests county money in startups and early stage businesses, has paid off.
A company JumpStart invested in, CoverMyMeds, recently sold to McKesson for over $1 billion. As a result, the county will receive back its entire $4.5 million investment, while remaining a part of two investment funds. That way the county will receive more returns as more companies succeed, the county said in a statement.
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Originally published April 13, 2017.
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