Business Profiles — May 22, 2015 at 8:00 am
Whether you can barely sew a straight line or are a master quilter, Sew to Speak at 4610 N. High St. in Clintonville has a little something for sewers of all skills. Anita Gastaldo opened the shop seven years ago and has been filling it to the brim with beautiful bolts of fabric ever since. Sew to Speak grew out of a love for small business. “I have always had an interest in small business and small boutique...
Ben Morgan, owner of Old North Arcade, has been taking calculated risks his entire life. During his teenage years, he quickly...
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Derrick Bailey If you haven’t started to think of ways to market your business specifically to the millennial generation,...
May 7, 2015 8:00
I have written here before that the key to managing legal costs is determining what you need, then making sure you align...
May 21, 2015 8:00
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Whether you can barely sew a straight line or are a master quilter, Sew to Speak at 4610 N. High St. in Clintonville has a little something for sewers of all skills. Anita Gastaldo opened the shop seven years ago and has been filling it to the brim with beautiful bolts of fabric ever since. Sew to Speak...May 22nd, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
I have written here before that the key to managing legal costs is determining what you need, then making sure you align that with what you get. Do that right, and the rest is easy. Just a matter of clear communication about what it costs. I was reminded of this recently over lunch with a young entrepreneur....May 21st, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More
Seven years and growing. Nvironment began in 2008 as a sole proprietorship by Liz Hauswald focused on Interior Design, planning, and relocation services. Now, the business has expanded to include architecture services and artwork consulting, with eleven employees. Hauswald worked from a small home...May 20th, 2015 | At Work | Read More
Columbus will host the first-ever TrustBelt Conference May 31 through June 3 at the Hyatt Regency downtown. The conference focuses on the re-emergence of the Midwest and works to shatter perceptions that take the region from Rust Belt to Trust Belt. The term Trust Belt was coined by Conference Executive...May 19th, 2015 | Upcoming Events | Read More
Logistics is an industry that’s performing very well in the Central Ohio region. It’s giving Columbus a name across the world, but taking a closer look, the industry is a lot different than most might perceive. “We’re absolutely a global logistics player as a region,” says Kenny...May 18th, 2015 | Trendspotting | Read More
The popularity of coworking has returned to Columbus, with many flexible work spaces opening and expanding throughout the region. The Franklinton neighborhood will gain another coworking spot soon, with the opening of the “Bottoms Up Coffee Co-Op” at 1069 West Broad Street later this year....May 15th, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More
As a job seeker, finding a business that’s a good cultural fit is becoming just as important as finding a position that matches your skill set. Work-life balance is becoming an outdated notion, and instead, work-life integration is becoming a cultural norm. It’s not asking people to change...May 14th, 2015 | How-To Guides | Read More
On Monday, The Metropreneur discussed how to measure an entrepreneurial ecosystem, but what ingredients help foster a successful system? Another Startup Week event discussed the five factors necessary to build a strong culture of entrepreneurialism. In conjunction with Google, UP Global (the national...May 13th, 2015 | Trendspotting | Read More
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