Story excerpt provided by Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Written by Karen Farkas.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The publicly financed Global Center for Health Innovation, which has long failed to meet expectations, is showing signs of life.
BioEnterprise, which promotes and nurtures health-care companies and bio-science technologies, moved 20 executives involved with business development, marketing, strategic initiatives and finance, into the downtown building last week.
Employees were unpacking computers and setting up work stations Monday in a 8,000-square-foot area formerly known as the Business Showcase on the second floor. The space, designed for health-care startups, never drew interest.
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Originally published January 16, 2018.