53.335 shops, enterprises, professionals and companies in Cleveland

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Erf Digital Solutions
Website Design Service
Chatham Ave & w 26th St 44113 - Cleveland (OH)
(878)9672416, (878)9672416
Well Dressed Windows Inc
Windows, Draperies And Curtains Custom Made
6450 Windy Willow Dr 44139-3112 - Cleveland (OH)
Eye Clinic
25101 Chagrin Blvd 44122-5643 - Cleveland (OH)
H&r Block
Tax Return Preparation And Filing
15501 Euclid Ave 44112-2008 - Cleveland (OH)
Pomaro, Colleen j
Nurses Practitioners
2500 Metrohealth Dr 44109-1900 - Cleveland (OH)
H&r Block
Tax Return Preparation And Filing
18334 Bagley Rd # a 44130-9522 - Cleveland (OH)
Pond Avenue Management Inc
Engineers Consulting
23424 Commerce Park 44122-5813 - Cleveland (OH)
H&r Block
Stock And Bond Brokers
23240 Chagrin Blvd # 400 44122-5485 - Cleveland (OH)
11100 Euclid Ave 44106-5000 - Cleveland (OH)
Haas, Douglas e
200 Public Sq # 2300 44114-2378 - Cleveland (OH)
Pooh County Nursery School
Child Care Service, Non Profit Organizations
17201 Miles Ave 44128-3426 - Cleveland (OH)
Habegger Corp
Companies Not Classified, Heating Contractors
5525 Cloverleaf Pkwy 44125-4814 - Cleveland (OH)
Poor Clares Of Perpetual
Convents And Monasteries
4108 Euclid Ave 44103-3728 - Cleveland (OH)

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Cleveland is a city in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. It is located on the shore of Lake Erie, about 60 miles west of the Pennsylvania border. With a population of more than 390,000 in 2013, the city is the second most-populated in Ohio, after Columbus. It is the county seat of Cuyahoga County, considered the most populous county in Ohio.

The location of Cleveland has made it a major manufacturing hub for a long time. It is famous as a durable goods manufacturing area. Industrial growth in the area was significantly driven by the launch of the Ohio and Erie Canals in 1832. The economic relevance of the city was also helped by its connection to several railroad lines. The port of Cleveland handles the largest overseas general cargo anywhere on Lake Erie.

As with some other cities in the country, Cleveland is moving from a manufacturing-focused economy to one with greater emphasis on services. The economy is now more diverse with different sectors, including financial services, health care, biomedical, retailing and insurance. Large companies with corporate headquarters in "The Forest City" include Applied Industrial Technologies, Forest City Enterprises, Cliffs Natural Resources, and NACCO Industries. Cleveland is home to the Glenn Research Center of NASA. Its largest employer is the Cleveland Clinic, which had more than 37,000 employees in 2008.

The city boasts several cultural attractions, including the Cleveland Orchestra and Cleveland Museum of Art. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is situated here.

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