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Jackpot Treats Bakes Up Vegetarian Goodies for Pups

Jackpot Treats Bakes Up Vegetarian Goodies for Pups
People aren’t the only ones with food allergies. Man’s best friend can be sensitive to many of the same allergens as humans. Protecting the sensitive pups, local dog lover Liz Martin created vegetarian treat line, Jackpot Treats. “I wanted the treats to be very allergen conscious,”...
March 26th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

New Trident Design Product, Quickey Multi-Tool, Exceeds Crowdfunding Goals

New Trident Design Product, Quickey Multi-Tool, Exceeds Crowdfunding Goals
As Trident Design helps inventors turn design ideas into reality, crowdfunding campaigns are an increasingly popular part of the process. To better serve their clients, Founder Chris Hawker decided Trident should run their own Indiegogo campaign. Many startups dream of reaching their funding goals...
March 25th, 2014 | Announcements, Business Profiles | Read More

Conway Center Offers Advice on How to Pass on a Family Business

Conway Center Offers Advice on How to Pass on a Family Business
Passing on a family business is a complex and delicate process – and one that shouldn’t be entered into lightly. An expert on the topic, Conway Center for Family Business Co-Founder Bea Wolper answers The Metropreneur’s questions on how to pass on a family business. [M] How can a business...
March 24th, 2014 | How-To Guides | Read More

Sprout it Launching Mobile App

Sprout it Launching Mobile App
Sprout it is celebrating their one year anniversary and the start of spring by launching a new iPhone app. Initially a web-based and iPad application, Sprout it walks users through every step it takes to plant and harvest a successful garden. Consumer feedback motivated the development of the new application....
March 21st, 2014 | Announcements, News | Read More

Do You Have Any Idea How to Protect Your Ideas?

Do You Have Any Idea How to Protect Your Ideas?
During my career as an intellectual property attorney, I have had countless new client meetings begin with, “I have this idea…” Every entrepreneur’s first concern is to protect their ideas from others taking them and enjoying the fruits of their mental labors. And now for the bad news –...
March 20th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Local Photography Studio Celebrates Over 30 Years of Success

Local Photography Studio Celebrates Over 30 Years of Success
Being an entrepreneur requires an enormous amount of dedication, especially to remain successful for over 30 years. Through ups, downs and digital, Michael Houghton has been behind the lens at Columbus-based photography studio, STUDIOHIO. Houghton’s work focuses on interior design and architecture,...
March 19th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

CredHive Creates Anonymous Job Search Platform

CredHive Creates Anonymous Job Search Platform
Mindlessly submitting resumes and receiving zero feedback is every job seeker’s nightmare. The whole process of finding a new position can be time-consuming, and quite frankly, miserable. It all seems to rely on one sheet of paper summarizing your qualifications, which is both limiting and often...
March 18th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Thinking About Going Into Business With Your Friends? Consider These 5 Things First

Thinking About Going Into Business With Your Friends? Consider These 5 Things First
Most of us have been there at least once. You happen to be sitting around with a couple of friends, relaxing, talking about work. You start talking about how an industry could be improved, how an invention could change the world, or how you could bring something completely unique to market. Then, it...
March 17th, 2014 | Tips of the Trade | Read More