Susan is the lead staff writer for TheMetropreneur.com and also completes assignments as a freelance writer & editor. She loves writing about her city - and learning a thing or two from her clients along the way.
Susan holds a degree in Communication with a minor in Professional Writing from The Ohio State University. You can find her exploring Grandview, drinking way too much coffee, running, spending time with friends and aiming to become a Columbus foodie.
From Canada to Columbus, the city’s reputation as a testing ground – and its vibrant food scene – brought food delivery platform Skip the Dishes down from up north and into its first U.S. market.
“Our strategy has been to go to market where there’s great food,” says Co-Founder Andrew... June 30th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
It’s generally good news for startups in Columbus. While that may be the sentiment of the boots on the ground, two recent survey rankings highlight the positive climate.
Last year, Thumbtack.com gave Columbus an impressive ‘A+’ in training & networking programs and ‘As’... June 29th, 2015 | Announcements | Read More
When it comes to branding and advertising, there’s normally two options: hire a full-service agency of record for everything (expensive) or multiple boutique firms for different projects (disjointedness). New agency Virge Branding presents a third option with virtual teams of A-listers to do whatever... June 26th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
The Small Business Beanstalk has long been a supporter of all things local. The organization that connects businesses to resources and simultaneously encourages and rewards local shoppers is making a resurgence and recommitment to the Columbus community.
“We’re doing what we were doing a lot... June 24th, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More
Ordering food for delivery is seemingly limited to pizza or Chinese, but no longer. A number of apps are cropping up that are making practically any food available for delivery anytime, anywhere. One such service, OrderUp, entered the Columbus market last August.
“We really focused on Ohio State’s... June 22nd, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
“Intapreneurship” arises when an individual gets the chance to innovate like an entrepreneur within an existing business. That’s exactly what’s happened in the case of the Diamond Cellar and its offshoot concept, Store 5a.
Store 5a gives second life to all of the jewelry that... June 19th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
MyToGo.Place says waiting in line is so 1995. The working-towards-launch platform is trying to not only help diners skip the line when ordering from local restaurants, but also help independent eateries join the world of online ordering.
For Founder Aaron Blevins, lunch options would often include Jimmy... June 17th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More
Since the ripe old age of nine, Kathleen Day has known she wanted to own a restaurant. Fast forward, and Day has been the owner of line-out-the-door breakfast and brunch spot Katalina’s at 1105 Pennsylvania Ave. in Harrison West for the last five years.
In the years since Day has taken ownership,... June 16th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More