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Northeast Ohio Business Community Impact


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The Northeast Ohio Business Community Impact Survey was conducted by BVU: The Center for Nonprofit Excellence and Crain’s Cleveland Business in February 2015.  The survey was widely distributed by both parties through email and social networks.  All Northeast Ohio Businesses were invited to participate.  

We hope you find this information useful whether you are looking to benchmark, enhance or establish your community involvement efforts.

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Northeast Ohio Business Community Impact

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