Originally appeared on Cleveland.com, Feb. 6, 2019
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Global Center for Health Innovation, built alongside Cleveland’s convention center as a showroom for medical technology, continues to pivot toward its new focus – a hub for healthcare innovation and a gathering place to debate big ideas.
BioEnterprise, the Cleveland-based nonprofit, took over marketing and recruiting for the center a year ago. President and CEO Aram Nerpouni said the center is already showing signs of revival, with more employees at the site, new tenants, and a slate of meetings and programs planned for important topics of the day.
“There’s an opportunity, if we do this right, to make the Global Center one of the key assets of Cleveland,” he said.