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Mission Possible Consulting Group Helping Local Artisans Secure Retail Placement

Mission Possible Consulting Group Helping Local Artisans Secure Retail Placement
Mary B. Relotto used to own the stores that provided space for products from local small businesses and artisans, but now she’s flipping the equation around and helping the makers get shelf space. Relotto introduces Mission Possible Consulting Group. Mary Relotto “What I have learned over...
February 10th, 2016 | Business Profiles, Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

North Country Charcuterie Crafting Cured Meats with an Ohio Twist

North Country Charcuterie Crafting Cured Meats with an Ohio Twist
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

Glenn Avenue Soap Company Opens Brick-and-Mortar in Grandview

Glenn Avenue Soap Company Opens Brick-and-Mortar in Grandview
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

Little City Love Keepsake Cards Speak to the Power of Words

Little City Love Keepsake Cards Speak to the Power of Words
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

Blackland Crafting Luxurious Safety Razor

Blackland Crafting Luxurious Safety Razor
An idea that started out as a bike part, a successful Kickstarter campaign, a little inspiration from a fighter jet and a move to Columbus all played a role in establishing razor company Blackland. “We’ve made an incredibly high-end, precisely-machined razor that will literally outlast its owner,”...
January 27th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More

Coastal Local Seafood Bringing Anything that Swims Pier to Central Ohio Plate

Coastal Local Seafood Bringing Anything that Swims Pier to Central Ohio Plate
Did you know it is possible to get fresh-from-the-dock seafood that’s never been in a warehouse in land-locked Columbus? A one-man operation, Ian Holmes is changing how several Columbus restaurants source their seafood. From Boston to Central Ohio, Coastal Local Seafood brings “anything...
January 26th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More

Photograph or Rendering? Sync Creating 3D Visualizations that Look like the Real Thing

Photograph or Rendering? Sync Creating 3D Visualizations that Look like the Real Thing
That picture to the right – that’s a 3D rendering, not a photograph. If you couldn’t tell the difference, you’re not alone. Advertising and interactive agency Sync‘s own clients sometimes can’t tell the difference between a photograph and the 3D visualizations the...
January 25th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More

Glass Rooster Cannery Taking it Back to a Simpler Time

Glass Rooster Cannery Taking it Back to a Simpler Time
Before Mason Jars were primarily used as decorations and drinking glasses, they served a slightly more practical purpose – vessels to preserve and can food. While the original purpose of a Mason Jar may not be as popular as it used to be, the practice is still very much alive and well at Glass...
January 20th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More