GCP Annual Meeting previews three-year strategic plan
Cleveland, Ohio—It’s widely agreed that Cleveland has positively redefined its narrative and is viewed as a city on the move.
Now it’s time to accelerate that momentum and ensure that the city and Northeast Ohio are places where people and businesses want to be.
The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP)—one of the largest metro chambers of commerce in the nation—is looking at what comes next.
The more than 1000 business, civic and nonprofit leaders at the GCP 2017 Annual Meeting, held today at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown, heard a preview of the organization’s new three-year strategic plan that outlines the business community’s role in sustaining and enhancing the city’s economic progress.
In his remarks, Greater Cleveland Partnership Board Chair Rick Chiricosta, chairman, president and CEO of Medical Mutual (above photo), discussed the four areas of focus in the GCP's new three-year strategic plan. He said they “best represent the most immediate needs of the business community and are also ones we can influence.” Read more.