Affordability Attracts Headquarters to Cleveland: New Online Newsletter Touts Economic Resurgence in the Midwest

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More companies are becoming interested in the opportunity to locate to the Midwest. Cleveland is among the chosen Midwest cities that companies are selecting for business. The economic downturn has not kept Cleveland down. There are increasing development opportunities here that are attracting businesses.

Alexander Mann Solutions, a U.K.-based global recruitment services company, is an example of a company which has taken advantage of Cleveland’s many assets. The company chose to headquarter in Cleveland after enticing persuasion from other states such as Florida, Texas and North Carolina. Cleveland and other Midwest cities are receiving recognition for economic development accomplishments.

Due to an increasing volume of interest and the economic rebirth in the Midwest, the monthly newsletter, Trust Belt, has been created. The newsletter is dedicated to the upper Midwest regions and will tell the stories of Midwest cities presenting an opportunity to share economic development news about their states and communities. The publication is being launched by the publisher of the award winning, Site Selection Magazine.

According to a study by The Boyd Company Inc., in Princeton, N.J., the Midwest offers some of the most affordable locations for corporate headquarters. Corporate executives are increasingly finding opportunities in Midwest territories like Cleveland. Cleveland ranks the 18th most affordable market in the country.

For more information on economic development in Cleveland, contact the City of Cleveland Department of Economic Development at 216-664-2406. Follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page for news and events.  Follow  The Trust Belt on Twitter and like their page on Facebook for more information on the economic resurgence of the Greater Midwest Region.

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