Anne Evans is the Co-Founder and Director of Operations for The Metropreneur and Columbus Underground. She also regularly contributes to both sites with features focusing on living (At Home) and working (At Work) in urban areas and creative spaces. She enjoys scrapbooking, parties, her family and restoring a 100+ year old home close to Downtown Columbus.
Born out of the need for crowd-funding solutions for all kinds of startups, Fundable was launched in May of 2012 by Wil Schroter, CEO and Eric Corl, President. Elliot Schneier came on board as COO and Ryan Rutan as VP Consulting. The company looks to help businesses of all sizes; recently, a company... June 17th, 2013 | At Work | Read More
The first Central Ohio Social Entrepreneur of the Year Awards were held May 23, 2013 at the Gateway Film Center. Nearly 100 Rotarians voted on the winners from this year’s six finalists: Billy Two Shoes; CivitasNow; Freedom a la Cart; Freshbox Catering; Fulcrum Creatives; and The Greener Grocer.
Billy... June 4th, 2013 | Announcements | Read More
S77 has found its home in the Short North.
A creative studio with a focus on motion graphics, 3D, live-action, illustration, photography, and visual effects, it will be celebrate year one of its rebranding relaunch on May 30. It moved to its current space at 1239 N. High about a year ago. Previously... May 21st, 2013 | At Work | Read More
Mike Whaling, president of 30 Lines
Co-working spaces are a great thing to get your business going. Or even when your business is growing. But there may eventually come a time when you need to find a new space all your own.
After working out of Qwirk for about four years, Mike Whaling, owner and president... April 16th, 2013 | At Work | Read More
treetree President Becca Thompson Apfelstadt, left, and Chief Creative Officer Tiffany Wise.
Working out of a home office can only last for so long. Becca Thompson Apfelstadt and Tiffany Wise decided to start their own marketing consulting business in Spring 2009, in the middle of one of the worst economies.
“We... March 15th, 2013 | At Work | Read More
Why go through a rebrand when your company is nearing ten years old?
Fine Citizens President and CEO Phil Wilson started his first interactive agency in 2003 after working in the field of architectural engineering.
“I wanted more of a creative expression,” he says.
His intentionally small,... February 18th, 2013 | At Work | Read More
Local game development company FreshGames recently celebrated its tenth anniversary.
Stephan Smith, President of FreshGames.
“After six years of being in retail, I was looking to get into digital distribution and start something new– hence FreshGames,” says company president Stephan Smith.
Smith... January 16th, 2013 | At Work | Read More
Robin Oatts of Genre Creative.
Robin Oatts wasn’t planning to go into the photography business.
“I really didn’t know what I wanted to do when I graduated high school,” she says. She ended up attending the School of Advertising Art in Dayton and earned a degree in design.
Then... December 21st, 2012 | At Work | Read More
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