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Economy and Business

For six quarters in a row there are key signs of recovery
The organization that markets northeast Ohio to businesses and investors is able to make a stronger case

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Jenny Febbo, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, and Jacob Duritsky, Director of Business Attraction, in a recording studio at the WKSU Akron newsroom
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In The Region:

Team NEO boosts northeast Ohio business. And it’s one of the new contractors hired by the Kasich administration to help privatize the state’s economic development work.   Both jobs may be getting easier if the trends Team NEO says it is seeing continue.  Vice President of Marketing Jenny Febbo and Business Attraction Director Jacob Duritzky talk with WKSU’s Tim Rudell about the latest quarterly report, which shows the region’s economic trends are growing in length and strength.

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