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Ernst & Young-Nottingham Spirk opens innovation hub in Cleveland

The 60,000-square-foot facility is where businesses can improve products and solve manufacturing problems.

CLEVELAND — There's a new hub now open for business owners and creators in Northeast Ohio. 

Ernst & Young LLP announced Tuesday that its EY-Nottingham Spirk Innovation Hub in Cleveland has officially opened. 

The EY-Nottingham Spirk Innovation Hub is a 60,000-square-foot facility that "helps businesses tap into the unlimited potential of new technologies as well as digital, automation and ecosystem platforms to create highly curated experiences," according to a press release about the opening.

Throughout the pandemic, the facility has been supporting clients virtually, combining Nottingham Spirk’s design, engineering, and product development offerings with the global EY organization’s strategy and commercialization capabilities and wavespace network.

"The Innovation Hub uses the power of our physical and digital capabilities as well as our ecosystem of partners to help our clients solve their biggest challenges and opportunities,” said Jerry Gootee, EY Global Advanced Manufacturing Leader. “From concept to execution, we’re able to help our clients move with speed and at scale to turn breakthrough ideas into real and tangible solutions and outcomes.” 

The facility is outfitted with the best technology available, including Microsoft Surface Hubs and interactive displays. In the newly renovated space, clients have the opportunity to explore practical applications of new technologies including HoloLens augmented reality goggles, virtual reality experiences and a 4K LED touch screen video wall. 

“The dynamic environment of the Innovation Hub allows PTC to integrate our digital technologies into experience modules that demonstrate solutions and facilitate transformation with connected products and manufacturing equipment,” said Howard Heppelmann, PTC General Manager, Smart Connected 

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