The founder of Start in CLE talks about the Cleveland startup ecosystem, what it needs, and why he is moving on to Silicon Valley.
This week, we're talking with Ed Buchholz, the founder of Start in CLE.
Ed is founder of three venture-backed software companies and has more than twenty years product leadership experience with multiple B2B and B2C products. Since recording this episode, Ed has taken a job as a product manager at Facebook in Menlo Park.
In this episode, we not only talk about Ed's journey and Start in CLE, but we also have a very transparent letter from Ed about the Cleveland ecosystem and how it can be successful moving forward.
Learn more about Ed: https://edwardbuchholz.com/
Learn more about Start in CLE: https://startincle.com/
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