The Toledo office of a Cleveland-based tech company will potentially receive as much as $5 million in state grant money to help new entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground.
The money is part of $32 million in grant funds awarded by the Ohio Third Frontier Entrepreneurial Services Provider Program to 14 collaborators across northern Ohio, the agency said in a news release. JumpStart Inc., a nonprofit which established a Toledo office in January, was the head applicant for the grant and will work with several entities to use the money for projects designed to help tech entrepreneurs start and grow new companies.
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Written by Kate Snyder.
Originally published Nov. 30, 2019.