At Work — November 27, 2015 at 7:00 am
Starting a business slowly with steady growth is a story we hear from many of our region’s entrepreneurs and RAVE has a similar start. A creative advertising agency, RAVE began in 2006 in Athens, Ohio by Tobias Roediger and a friend. In late 2008, the pair moved the business to Columbus. “After a couple of years we knew for sure that we needed to be in a bigger market to do the kind of work we wanted,”...
Nestled in a cozy brick home in the Discovery District, one of the first things that you are struck by as you walk into Replenish...
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Starting a business slowly with steady growth is a story we hear from many of our region’s entrepreneurs and RAVE has a similar start. A creative advertising agency, RAVE began in 2006 in Athens, Ohio by Tobias Roediger and a friend. In late 2008, the pair moved the business to Columbus. “After...November 27th, 2015 | At Work | Read More
For nearly 120 years the Godman Guild has been serving the Columbus community, working with individuals and families to build better, stronger neighborhoods. “The mission of the Godman Guild is to promote strong families and strong communities in Columbus, Ohio,” says CEO Ellen Williams. Located...November 25th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
The Small Business Majority is teaming up with a number of local organizations for a seminar on Wednesday, December 2 outlining what the Affordable Care Act means for small businesses in Ohio. “The interactive event is open to all small businesses and entrepreneurs interested in learning about...November 24th, 2015 | Upcoming Events | Read More
As entrepreneurship becomes an increasingly viable and attractive career path, there’s often the question, is entrepreneurship teachable? Venture for America is helping recent college grads explore what it means to be an entrepreneur not by a strict curriculum, but by placing them in hands-on roles...November 24th, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More
At 610 W Town St. in Franklinton sits one of the world’s premiere glass studios. With classes for beginners to memberships for practicing artists, Glass Axis is making the glass arts accessible to Columbus and beyond. “We’re in the top 10 internationally in what we do as a non-profit,”...November 20th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
Thumbtack.com published the results of a new study earlier this week, which revealed that Columbus is one of the top cities in the United States for black-owned small businesses. The study evaluated responses from over 1,600 black business owners that asked about city friendliness, ease of starting...November 19th, 2015 | News | Read More
A data management program – identifying what documents your business keeps, where they are kept, who has access to them, and when to destroy them – is key to keeping a “clean house” and a healthy business. The task can seem daunting, but it is not something to be put off for the distant future. As...November 19th, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More
In any business, the adage “your numbers tell a story” remains true. For most for-profits, the story is often straight forward with standard profit and loss measures to determine the impact. However, for non-profits and government agencies, the challenge is quite different. Sheri Chaney-Jones Telling...November 18th, 2015 | ScaleUp Success | Read More
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