Entrepreneurs + Innovators

Sam McNulty and  Andy Tveekrem - photo Bob Perksoki

Feature StoryBrandon Gotlieb and Mike Gargasz of NXTSTOR, Emily Bacha of Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Marisa Sergi of Redhead Wine, Ben Herring of Redhouse and Nathaniel Eaton

Introducing the #Fresh10: Meet Cleveland's newest crop of rising entrepreneurs


Breaking GroundLinda’s Other Life

West Elm opens in Pinecrest with a local twist


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Why Cleveland is an underrated coffee town


Feature StoryStephanie Sheldon founder of The Cleveland Flea

This spring, Cleveland is the Land of the Flea


Street LevelCoffeeQ

CoffeeQ pays it forward, one cup of coffee at a time


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American author Napoleon Hill said that, "Ideas are the beginning points of all fortunes." True, but good ideas aren't just one-man money-makers -- they can serve as triggers for the kind of economic development that turns around entire blocks, neighborhoods, even cities and regions. In Cleveland, good ideas lead to an ever-growing array of new businesses filling needs across a wide spectrum. From food trucks to got-to-have-it smartphone apps, small start-ups are the lifeblood of a progressive economy.