EY-Innovation Hub at Nottingham Spirk wants to do innovation differently

EY-Innovation Hub logo on black screen

For Ernst & Young, opening up an Innovation Hub as it did last week in Cleveland is not anything novel.

EY has been on the forefront of the global explosion of business accelerators, incubators and innovation centers as the need to fast-track business growth and tech adoption has become more urgent.

And although the EY-Innovation Hub is one of more than a dozen such facilities the global tax and professional services giant has in North America alone, it’s the collaboration with Nottingham Spirk, the 50-year-old design, engineering and commercialization firm, that makes it unique, said EY’s Jerry Gootee.

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Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Written by Kim Palmer.

Originally published October 24, 2021.

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