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Lessons from Grand Rapids: Start Garden

Lessons from Grand Rapids: Start Garden
TheMetropreneur.com visited regional neighbor Grand Rapids for the CEOS for Cities annual conference last week. While there, we checked in on three different entrepreneurial/incubator facilities and programs to find out how other cities are nurturing small business growth and innovation. The beauty of...
October 7th, 2013 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Blue Monster Entertainment Helps Small Colleges Put on Big Events

Blue Monster Entertainment Helps Small Colleges Put on Big Events
Schools like Ohio State may have no trouble attracting big names for campus concerts and events, but what about smaller colleges and universities? Who better to solve the problem than college students themselves. Nathan Pyle and Andrew Jacoby used their internship experience with well-known names in...
October 7th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

Upcoming CORA Event Covers Restaurant Project & Approval Planning 101

Upcoming CORA Event Covers Restaurant Project & Approval Planning 101
A Central Ohio Restaurant Association event will help aspiring restaurant owners learn the ins and outs restaurant planning and project approval. The event will take place at the White Castle Systems Corporate & Training Offices at 555 W. Goodale Street on Wednesday, October 9th from 1:30 –...
October 4th, 2013 | Upcoming Events | Read More

Don’t Fall into These Financial Traps!

Don’t Fall into These Financial Traps!
As a small business owner, you know that financial management is key to the success of your business. But between logging and paying bills, administrative duties, client phone calls and employee meetings, even the most experienced business owner can let something slip through the cracks. Here are three...
October 3rd, 2013 | $traight Talk | Read More

Latte’ 2 a Tea Brings the Coffee House to Events

Latte’ 2 a Tea Brings the Coffee House to Events
The mass-brewed coffee at some events can be questionable. Instead of leaving the caffeine to chance, one Columbus woman created a mobile espresso and tea catering company that brings the specialties of a coffee house to your event. Maureen Mahoney founded Latte’ 2 a Tea Espresso & Tea Catering...
October 2nd, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

Full Fork Serving Up Homemade Pasta Sauce

Full Fork Serving Up Homemade Pasta Sauce
A pasta sauce recipe passed down through generations is at the heart of a new family business split between Columbus and Cleveland. Full Fork is serving up three kinds homemade sauce, giving people a taste of Grandma Rosie’s special recipe. Carrie Boyd says it all started with her Grandma. Whenever...
October 1st, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

At Work: M+A Architects brings Smart Design to Grandview Yard

At Work: M+A Architects brings Smart Design to Grandview Yard
Grandview Yard continues to grow and it’s not surprising why. With the walkability of the design and close proximity to Grandview’s business areas, as well as an easy hop over to Downtown Columbus, Grandview Yard is an ideal location to house your business. “A main reason we moved...
September 30th, 2013 | At Work | Read More

New App Helps Avid TV-Watchers Keep Up on Their Favorite Shows

New App Helps Avid TV-Watchers Keep Up on Their Favorite Shows
If the last episode of Breaking Bad left your head spinning, a new app can help you make sense of every intense moment with help from  fellow enthusiasts. Columbus-based TV Talk creates 20-minute podcasts discussing over of 50 the most popular shows on TV. TV Talk follows both network and cable shows,...
September 27th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More