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Bullseye Media Telling Brand Stories Through Video

Bullseye Media Telling Brand Stories Through Video
Every business has a story. Where words once sufficed, video is becoming an increasingly popular or even preferred marketing tool. With a focus on story telling through video, Bullseye Media provides businesses with high-quality video content, among a host of other media services. Co-Founders Ryan Luli...
March 3rd, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Entrepreneurship to Leadership

Entrepreneurship to Leadership
Working with both the CEOs of large companies and fast-rising, local entrepreneurs, I’ve gained a unique perspective about the enormous challenges that an entrepreneur faces in becoming an effective leader of a successful organization. Below is a list of some the challenges that I see entrepreneurs...
February 28th, 2014 | Tips of the Trade | Read More

Behind the Scenes: Columbus Food League

Behind the Scenes: Columbus Food League
Elizabeth Lessner is building her Columbus food empire with eight restaurants across the city and more concepts on the way. While her name is well-known around town, behind her is a team of jack-of-all trades rockstars that share her same passion and drive. As any small business or entrepreneur knows,...
February 26th, 2014 | Behind the Scenes | Read More

Sometimes All You Need to Help Your Business Thrive is One Connection

Sometimes All You Need to Help Your Business Thrive is One Connection
Every day I meet with businesses of varying sizes, industries, structures and challenges. As with most things, there is no easy button for the challenges our member businesses face, but the Columbus Chamber can help. I’d like to share one of our favorite success stories, which involves connecting two...
February 21st, 2014 | Chamber Connection | Read More

At Work: Converting an Old Garage in German Village into a Salon

At Work: Converting an Old Garage in German Village into a Salon
If you frequent Schiller Park, you have probably noticed that Head of the Park Hair Salon has left the building on the corner of Stewart and City Park Avenues. In 2011, after 28 years of leasing that space, owner and hair stylist Mindy Coffey became aware of a unique property, decided to purchase that...
February 19th, 2014 | At Work | Read More

Canvas Salon & Skin Bar Offering a Personalized Experience in Powell

Canvas Salon & Skin Bar Offering a Personalized Experience in Powell
Have you ever experienced sticker shock when paying for salon services? How about spending twice as long in the hairdresser’s chair than you’d anticipated? That won’t happen at Canvas, a Powell salon that offers high-quality hair and skin care services for women and men. With experience in the...
February 18th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Lunch & Launch to Provide Educational Workshops for Entrepreneurs

Lunch & Launch to Provide Educational Workshops for Entrepreneurs
The creators of SunDown RunDown are bringing a new event series to the local entrepreneurial community – Lunch & Launch. The educational workshops are presented in partnership with Inc@8000 in New Albany and will take place at the incubator the last Thursday of the month from 11:30 am –...
February 17th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support, Upcoming Events | Read More

Forgeworks Brings Coworking and Incubation Space to Franklinton

Forgeworks Brings Coworking and Incubation Space to Franklinton
The re-purposed factory that is 400 West Rich can add coworking and incubation space to its long list of specialties come May. Forge Columbus is expanding with Forgeworks — a 3,900 square-foot space on the second floor to house local innovators. Founder Reese Neader wants to build a place where businesses,...
February 14th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More