GCP Networking Night | Sept. 29 at Sol

Whether an established business hoping to expand or a start-up seeking opportunities to innovate, that’s what Networking Nights are all about — connections that lead to collaborations, helping all of us contribute to the economic vitality of Greater Cleveland.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Location: Sol, 38257 Glenn Ave., Willoughby, OH  44094 (map)

Located within the core of the Downtown Willoughby Historic District, the atmosphere of Sol presents a twist on the traditional expectation of a night out in a quaint suburb. Surrounded by lively sidewalks that offer endless activities, Sol allows you a place to savor the moment. Our building dates back to the 1920s, serving as the Cleveland, Painesville, and Eastern Railroad power substation – mixing modern and classic design to maintain and preserve the original architecture for a unique space to dine or host.

Cost: $15 Members and $25 Non-Members

Presenting Sponsor:

Thank you to our sponsors:  

Medical Mutual

Minute Men HR


Cohen & Co.

United Airlines

The Greater Cleveland Partnership is the largest metropolitan chamber of commerce in the country with 12,000 plus member businesses.  Our strength lies in the fact that we bring together the broad business community – small, middle market and large – to connect and work together to build a great region on the Great Lake.   One way we do that is through our GCP Member Networking Nights. 

If you have any difficulties registering or have any questions, please feel free to contact Gina Messina at or 216-592-2217.



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