The City of Euclid Economic Development Division is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs locate the assistance they need to be successful within the community.
The City of Euclid, in its unique role as a neutral party/convener, is best positioned to provide the necessary leadership to improve collaborative efforts for the benefit of the business community and to implement strategies required to sustain Euclid's economic base.
Collaboration with the following regional partners among others allows us to offer a wide variety of services:
The Port Authority is a catalyst for economic development and job creation in the Northeast Ohio region, providing cost-effective access to capital for development, redevelopment and expansion of facilities. The Port Authority has the financial expertise and statutory powers to be resourceful and provide customized solutions.
The Department of Development provides unique and award-winning programs to help businesses. With some of the most creative programs in community development, economic development and housing the department has responded to a mandate to innovate from Cuyahoga County. The Department of Development’s professional staff work with local elected officials, business leaders, small business owners, entrepreneurs, non-profits, arts and cultural organizations and universities to provide technical assistance and educational opportunities that will ensure a vibrant economic future for our region.
The Euclid Chamber of Commerce is an organization of businesses and professionals working together to support the economic growth of the City of Euclid. The Chamber is dedicated to enhancing business opportunities, promoting economic development, advocating business interests and needs, and encouraging community betterment activities in Euclid through innovative programming. Both large and small businesses from every profession are represented in the Chamber membership.
The Greater Cleveland Partnership Business Development team is committed to local companies and the community. It's about priority, and the GCP is committed to responding to Greater Cleveland's business needs.
Growth Capital Corp. exists solely to help local companies get financing for capital expenditures. As specialists in lending to businesses, the Growth Capital Corp. staff offers individualized counseling and guidance through the loan application process. Growth Capital is committeed to finding the right loan and the right terms to suit your financing needs.
MAGNET provides consulting services aimed at helping companies achieve bottom-line efficiencies through increased productivity and process improvement programs while improving top-line sales through a variety of new product development and growth strategies.
Since its founding on July 30, 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
Today, the SBA has grown significantly in terms of total assistance provided and its array of programs have been tailored to encourage small enterprises in all areas. SBA's programs now include financial and federal contract procurement assistance, management assistance, and specialized outreach to women, minorities and armed forces veterans. SBA also provides loans to victims of natural disasters and specialized advice and assistance in international trade.
TeamNEO advances Northeast Ohio's economy by: marketing the region's many assets; attracting new businesses from around the world; building collaboration among the 18-county region’s economic development organizations; and, linking the region to the state’s JobsOhio program.
JumpStart is a nonprofit venture development organization committed to accelerating the success of diverse entrepreneurs. The organization directly supports Northeast Ohio entrepreneurs leading high growth companies by providing intensive business assistance and, in some cases, intensive business assistance coupled with investment. We support innovative, technology-based ventures that have the potential to contribute to the regional economy by generating revenue, taxes and new jobs. These companies tend to be in the healthcare, cleantech (advanced materials and advanced energy) and information technology industries. They operate in global markets, possess protectable ideas and the potential to generate significant revenue.