Just wanted to share with you a program we're launching - would love your participation or share with other folks. We're working out some details on rules and regulations, but sneak peak at a news release tomorrow. Appreciate any feedback or comments here.
Cleveland Based B2B Media Company Launches “Live your Dream; Be An Entrepreneur” Contest with $25,000.00 for Winning Business Idea
Contest to foster business development in Cleveland, Ohio
CLEVELAND, OH – WTWH Media, LLC, an integrated b2b media company serving the design engineer and renewable energy markets with 25 technology based web sites and print publications today announced an initiative to promote entrepreneurship and business in Cleveland, Ohio with the program, “Live Your Dream; Be an Entrepreneur.”
Promoted across company’s global network including Design World and Windpower Engineering the message will encourage submissions for the best business plan or idea with the commitment of $25,000.00 in working capital from WTWH Media, LLC. The “Live Your Dream” competition will be promoted in print advertisements, display advertising, Enewsletters and social media across the company’s print and online communities reaching 420,000 unique monthly users who consume over 7 million monthly pages of content. According to the company, the winning entry must maintain or start a physical working presence in Cleveland, Ohio.
Co-founders, Scott McCafferty and Mike Emich with roots in Cleveland,OH elected to call Cleveland home when they launched WTWH Media, LLC in 2006. According to Scott McCafferty, “Great ideas are only as good as the folks that execute them. We’ve been fortunate to be surrounded by outstanding team members who were willing to believe in our vision and help us execute a winning integrated media platform. Our belief is that there is abundant of talent in Cleveland that can contribute to another entrepreneur’s vision. Additionally, we’ve benefited from Cleveland’s Department of Economic Development program as we moved our offices from the suburbs to downtown Cleveland in 2010 and we feel a responsibility to give back. There is no shortage of programs and services available to an entrepreneur in Cleveland. We intend to make it easy to find the resources.”
The company openly invites any individual, organization, or company to add resources and participate in the program.