Business Profiles — February 5, 2016 at 8:00 am
There are a lot of local artisans in the food space – bakers, bread makers, coffee roasters – but what there are not a lot of are salami swamis. That’s the self-proclaimed title of James Forbes, the chef behind North Country Charcuterie. The business is family affair with mother Jane Forbes dubbed the salami mama and brother Duncan Forbes, salami monger. With mom lending business knowledge...
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There are a lot of local artisans in the food space – bakers, bread makers, coffee roasters – but what there are not a lot of are salami swamis. That’s the self-proclaimed title of James Forbes, the chef behind North Country Charcuterie. The business is family affair with mother Jane...February 5th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More
Derrick Bailey As a small business owner, you should know that keeping your personal and your business financial information organized and separated is essential for your success. It not only protects your personal assets, but makes applying for business loans and lines of credit easier. Keeping them...February 4th, 2016 | $traight Talk | Read More
About eight years ago, a local couple bid to rid their home of harmful chemicals, artificial fragrances and other toxic ingredients found in their family’s body care products. When the matriarch couldn’t find suitable alternatives, she decided to make it herself. Fast forward to 2016 and...February 3rd, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More
As a small business owner, I know that innovation is vital to Ohio’s economy. Businesses don’t get ahead by reinventing the wheel – they succeed by seizing opportunities to find better solutions to old problems. Innovation is the core behind each business’ success, and it’s key to Ohio’s...February 2nd, 2016 | How-To Guides, Trendspotting | Read More
Columbus Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Michael Dalby announced in December that he was stepping down from the role, and today his official replacement has been named. President and Publisher of Columbus Business First Don DePerro will switch over into the new position on March 1st. “Don...February 1st, 2016 | News | Read More
The crowdfunding campaigns keep on rolling in 2016. This month brings quite the variety from apps to urban farms. Two campaigns root for year-round produce in Central Ohio. A website wants to make the job search process easier. Fun comes in many forms, from a party app to a card game. Perhaps you will...February 1st, 2016 | Crowdfunding Roundup | Read More
SunDown RunDown Founder Paul Proffitt will host a series of six business classes at the Columbus Idea Foundry to help aspiring business owners with the ins and outs of getting started. A fit for businesses of any industry, “The class is taught to be a practical course – in other words, you can...January 29th, 2016 | Upcoming Events | Read More
Local card maker Little City Love is crafting notes focused on the simplicity and power of words. “What we really wanted to do for cards was kind of get the design out of the way,” says Co-Founder Clay Fuller. “Letting those who said it best actually say it. We’re trying to create...January 29th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More
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