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Katalina’s Evolves as Restaurant Grows

Katalina’s Evolves as Restaurant Grows
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

Power Connect Taking Different Approach to Economic Development

Power Connect Taking Different Approach to Economic Development
There’s a lot of development happening in Columbus. There’s a reason why organizations like Columbus 2020 exist. While development often focuses on the end-goal of what will be built or how many jobs it will bring, there’s some important things that are happening along the way. “From...
June 12th, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Networking Do’s and Don’ts

Networking Do’s and Don’ts
You know the saying – “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” Building a strong network is vital to your success. And, I’d like to note that a strong network of 800 friends on Facebook doesn’t count when it comes to business. A firm handshake and an in-person conversation still dominate...
June 11th, 2015 | Chamber Connection | Read More

TheaterTILT Reviving Movie Magic

TheaterTILT Reviving Movie Magic
Imagine getting to see your favorite movie on the big screen just one more time. New startup TheaterTILT creates a crowdfunding platform of sorts to bring classic movies, foreign films and independents to local theaters for a one-time showing event. Ghostbusters will be the first movie to make a comeback...
June 9th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

Ardina Bridging Gaps in Healthcare Coverage for Younger Generations

Ardina Bridging Gaps in Healthcare Coverage for Younger Generations
Healthcare costs are astronomically rising. One in five people have a high deductible plan with an average $1,217 annual deductible. (More on those findings here.) That means three things. Most people avoid going to the doctor, insurance isn’t really useful until a catastrophic event, and most...
June 3rd, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

Cultivate Coworking Space to Open in Grove City

Cultivate Coworking Space to Open in Grove City
Most of the coworking spaces in Columbus are concentrated in the urban core area in and around downtown, but a new venture will bring the flexible workspace advantageous to entrepreneurs and small business owners outside of the loop and into Grove City. Cultivate is aiming for a fall opening at 3989...
June 2nd, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Columbus Crowdfunding Roundup – June 2015

Columbus Crowdfunding Roundup – June 2015
Variety is the name of the crowdfunding game this month. Smartphone apps are finding ways to make life more convenient, from on-the-go story time to eliminating garage door openers. Brick-and-mortar space is a huge investment for any business. One local retailer looks to move to a bigger location, while...
June 1st, 2015 | Crowdfunding Roundup | Read More

Cloak & Dagger Melding Mystery and Comedy for Dinner and a Show

Cloak & Dagger Melding Mystery and Comedy for Dinner and a Show
Dinner with a side of murder is on the menu at Cloak & Dagger. Located at 447 E. Livingston Ave. in German Village, the dinner theater delights audiences with a comedic murder-mystery complete with singing and dancing. Cloak & Dagger started in 1992 and relocated to German Village in 2009 and...
May 29th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More