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Food is the True Uniter at The Kitchen in German Village

Food is the True Uniter at The Kitchen in German Village
With the firm belief that all the best parties happen in the kitchen, the aptly named The Kitchen in German Village has been feeding Columbus with Taco Tuesdays and participatory dining events for two years. Business partners Anne Boninsegna and Jen Lindsey met while working together at the Franklin...
July 21st, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

Industrious Columbus Opening Private-Office Coworking Space in The Joseph

Industrious Columbus Opening Private-Office Coworking Space in The Joseph
A unique private-office coworking space is set to open up shop in The Joseph in Short North come mid-August. Occupying the entire fourth floor, Industrious Columbus is the latest in a string of locations of the New York-based company that creates high-end office space with the perfect mix of social and...
July 20th, 2015 | Business Profiles, Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Franklin First County to Invest in Ohio Main Street Program

Franklin First County to Invest in Ohio Main Street Program
A new economic development initiative approved by the Franklin County Commissioners will work to preserve and revitalize historic downtowns across Franklin County. The program, Downtown Works, allocates $54,175 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) money for downtowns to partner with Heritage...
July 17th, 2015 | Announcements | Read More

10 Tips When Being Deposed And What to Expect

10 Tips When Being Deposed And What to Expect
A deposition is pre-trial testimony used in the discovery phase of litigation. At this stage, the attorneys are gathering information and facts as they prepare their cases for trial. It is similar to giving testimony in court because it is given under oath, and an attorney or attorneys will ask you questions....
July 16th, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

City Council Holds Small & Minority Business Development Committee Hearing

City Council Holds Small & Minority Business Development Committee Hearing
On Thursday, July 9, Columbus City Council held a hearing to discuss resources available for small and minority businesses in Columbus. Choosing a small businesses as the location, city council members and resource providers gathered at the Roosevelt Coffee house at 300 E. Long St. Councilmember Shannon...
July 15th, 2015 | Event Reviews | Read More

Columbus Working Towards Kiva City Designation

Columbus Working Towards Kiva City Designation
Most people think of Kiva as the microlending platform for entrepreneurs in developing countries. However, a new program is bringing the platform stateside with Kiva Zip. Reese Neader has been tapped as Columbus’s first Kiva Fellow and will spend the next 12 months building awareness around the...
July 14th, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

cbuzz Episode 02: Mikey Sorboro of Late Night Slice

cbuzz Episode 02: Mikey Sorboro of Late Night Slice
What do pedicabs, pizzas, bars and diapers all have in common? They are all entrepreneurial ventures of Mikey Sorboro who has been putting the Mikey in Mikey’s Late Night Slice for nearly six years. Sorboro’s Columbus pizza empire now includes three trucks, seven locations and soon, a full-service...
July 13th, 2015 | cbuzz Podcast | Read More

Improveit! 360’s Software Platform Aims to Increase Sales for Home Remodelers

Improveit! 360’s Software Platform Aims to Increase Sales for Home Remodelers
Anybody who has ever held a sales job knows just how difficult tracking multiple leads can be. Organization is key, and even then it’s all too easy for leads to get lost in the shuffle. Columbus-based improveit! 360 has developed a software as a service (SaaS) platform for home remodelers to never...
July 10th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More