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Timely Tips: Chamber Provides Resources So Entrepreneurs Can Be In the Know on Election Day

Timely Tips: Chamber Provides Resources So Entrepreneurs Can Be In the Know on Election Day
As an entrepreneur, you’re focused on your business, but public policy can drastically affect your ability to grow. Don’t have time to keep tabs on what’s happening in the halls of government? That’s OK…we do. The Columbus Chamber wants to make sure you are well informed when you go to the...
October 28th, 2014 | Chamber Connection, News | Read More

The Bindu Project Builds Non-Profit Social Enterprise Accelerator

The Bindu Project Builds Non-Profit Social Enterprise Accelerator
As the number of social enterprises grows, so does the need for support resources for these unique ventures. Providing funding for charitable start-ups during their formative stages, The Bindu Project launched on Oct. 15 to serve as non-profit social enterprise accelerator. In speaking with a number...
October 27th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Marysville Entrepreneurial Center Creating Community for Entrepreneurs in Union County

Marysville Entrepreneurial Center Creating Community for Entrepreneurs in Union County
A community of like-minded individuals can be an invaluable resource for a small business owner. The Marysville Entrepreneurial Center is providing just that, as well as other training resources and office space for small business owners in Union County. Since its launch in 2008, the MEC has undergone...
October 24th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Food Trucks: Not Just A Seasonal Business

Food Trucks: Not Just A Seasonal Business
As the summer sizzle begins to cool off, restaurateurs look for ways to welcome the coming cold months by incorporating the winter season into their business model. Perhaps they will begin to offer more seasonal items like hearty comfort food to take customer’s minds of the impending winterapocalypse....
October 23rd, 2014 | ECDI Spotlight | Read More

Local Video Game Developers to Gather for Industry Conference

Local Video Game Developers to Gather for Industry Conference
The second annual Ohio Game Developer Expo (OGDE) takes place this weekend at COSI following a very successful debut last year at the Ohio Union. Event coordinator Chris Volpe said that the original goal was to gather 50 local industry professionals and startups, but the event ended up attracting around...
October 22nd, 2014 | Upcoming Events | Read More

Center for Social Enterprise Development Offers Resources for Building Social Enterprises in Central Ohio

Center for Social Enterprise Development Offers Resources for Building Social Enterprises in Central Ohio
Applying for grants and pitching to investors are two very different processes, but an increasing number of non-profit leaders are finding themselves in a positions where they need to understand both thanks to the rise of social enterprises. Social enterprises take business ideas that complement a non-profit’s...
October 22nd, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Amp Speaker Case Turns iPads Into Theatrical Experience

Amp Speaker Case Turns iPads Into Theatrical Experience
If there is one area for improvement on the iPad, it’s probably sound quality. While the device obviously has sound, it’s not optimized for hearing things from far away or group viewing experiences, only limiting its list of uses. OIO is out to change that with Amp, a sleek speaker system...
October 21st, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Harper Engraving & Printing a Columbus Mainstay for Over 123 Years

Harper Engraving & Printing a Columbus Mainstay for Over 123 Years
Harper Engraving & Printing was officially established in 1891 to produce personalized stationery for the growing Columbus social market. Things have changed just a bit since with texts, emails and our near-constant forms of electronic communication, but despite the changing tides, the company’s...
October 20th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More