Greater Cleveland Partnership is the region’s business leadership group and chamber of commerce. Focused on economic development, our mission is accelerating growth and prosperity towards a Great Region on a Great Lake. Our All In mindset, values, priorities and partners power that vision.
GCP is guided by its board of corporate and entrepreneurial CEOs, leaders who are committed to working in unity with the public and civic sector partners to propel Greater Cleveland.
The organization focuses on strategic initiatives, business services, and advocacy to build a vibrant environment for small businesses, middle-market companies, and global corporations.
GCP includes the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE), a resource for innovative entrepreneurs, and Cleveland Development Advisors (CDA), a real estate development affiliate.
Priorities of the All In Plan
Events to Connect and Catalyze.
Middle Market Forum | Expanding Your Entrepreneurial Freedom
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128 United States
GCP Networking Night – Goldhorn Brewery
Cleveland, OH 44103 United States
Tech Education Q3 | July 13 | Save the Date
News highlights that Inform and Inspire.
Women’s History Month: Cleveland Chain Reaction winner Tina Chamoun on building her spice business and diversifying grocery shelves
“There was a void in the American marketplace for authentic Lebanese flavors and food.”
Forbes Under 30: Millennial Ohio winemakers honored for modern, approachable brands
L’uva Bella wines are sold in major retailers in nine states — and the list is growing Ohio might not be the first state that comes to mind when you
Cleveland startups raised $578 million last year
By Douglas J. Guth Greater Cleveland is a wellspring of vibrant business growth and thinking, if recent fundraising news is any indication. According to fourth-quarter 2022 reporting by Venture Monitor, Cleveland-area startups
Ukrainian-American chef Natasha Pogrebinsky celebrates women winemakers, chefs with Cleveland dinner
Executive Chef Natasha Pogrebinksy has never taken the easy route in life, or her career. Born in Kiev, she immigrated with her political refugee parents to the United States in