In the News: Cleveland.com Features AAI in Story on Akron Accelerator

Jennifer Conn, reporter for Cleveland.com, included AAI in a feature on the Akron Accelerator titled, "How the old B.F. Goodrich building in Akron is helping 21st century start-ups."

Full article available here.

In a vestige of Akron’s industrial rubber past, more than 40 small start-ups are dreaming big new ideas.

The Akron Global Business Accelerator, in the old B.F. Goodrich building on South Main Street, is a glossy, industrial-chic space populated with businesses that range from a single employee to graduates selling products or services around the globe.

Like a Willie Wonka tech factory, the accelerator’s startups run the gamut of unusual inventions:
- Akron Ascent Innovations uses electrospinning to produce nanofibers to make dry adhesives that are incredibly strong but can be removed from delicate surfaces without leaving reside or damaging surfaces...
— http://www.cleveland.com/akron/index.ssf/2017/01/akron_global_business_accelera.html?ath=8c9141d7766af9daaca22ef855950c00#cmpid=nsltr_stryheadline