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Why You Can (And Should) Destroy Documents

Why You Can (And Should) Destroy Documents
Nowadays, it’s easy to create a document. Think about all the automatically generated documents associated with your business: invoices, confirmation emails, receipts. What used to require a phone call now requires an email. Our inboxes are overflowing. It may be tempting to just keep everything, forever....
November 20th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Endeavor Forward Takes a Unique Approach as a Business Incubator

Endeavor Forward Takes a Unique Approach as a Business Incubator
A concept over 18 months in the making, startups and entrepreneurs now have a new incubator program to help them build their business in Columbus. Luke Westerman of venture capital firm Solomon Global Holdings and a team of seasoned entrepreneurs introduce Endeavor Forward. Taking a hands-on approach...
November 19th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Small Business Announcements Roundup

Small Business Announcements Roundup
There’s been a lot happening in the small business world in Columbus over the past month. From awards to anniversaries, here’s an overview of what small business across the city are celebrating. TechColumbus Announces VentureNEXT Winners A celebration of all things entrepreneurial in Central...
November 18th, 2014 | News | Read More

Local Artists Called to Create Unique Gifts Representing Columbus

Local Artists Called to Create Unique Gifts Representing Columbus
Local artists will have a chance to show off their love for the city through Columbus-centric gifts to be sold at the Experience Columbus store in the Arena District. Columbus City Councilmember Eileen Y. Paley, the Greater Columbus Arts Council and Experience Columbus are putting out a call to artists...
November 17th, 2014 | Announcements | Read More

The Commissary Opens Doors to Local Food Community

The Commissary Opens Doors to Local Food Community
Back in 2012, Kate Djupe had a dream of opening up a kitchen incubator facility in the up-and-coming Franklinton neighborhood. Two years later, The Commissary is officially opening, but the project has been relocated to 1400 Dublin Road in the Marble Cliff area, and with that move comes a sizable expansion...
November 14th, 2014 | Announcements | Read More

At Work: Candle With a Cause Stylishly Organizes a Warehouse Space

At Work: Candle With a Cause Stylishly Organizes a Warehouse Space
Growing a business slowly and steadily is oftentimes a good practice. Candle With a Cause has enjoyed steady growth over the past 4 and a half years and the business is now housed in it’s fifth space, a 3,000 square foot warehouse next to Actual Brewing Company and close to the Columbus Regional...
November 14th, 2014 | At Work | Read More

Luna Kombucha Expanding to New 5000 Square-Foot Facility

Luna Kombucha Expanding to New 5000 Square-Foot Facility
Following the recent announcement of a line of higher ABV kombuchas, Luna Kombucha is headed from a Clintonville basement to a new 5,0000 square-foot facility on Sinclair Road. “We can get much larger equipment, make much larger batches and lower our costs overall,” says Founder Michael Iannarino....
November 13th, 2014 | News | Read More

Death to the Stock Photo Offering a Different Kind of Photo Experience

Death to the Stock Photo Offering a Different Kind of Photo Experience
There is some really weird stuff out there in the land of stock photos and plenty of internet memes to boot, but one Columbus-based company is taking on millions of useless stock images with Death to the Stock Photo. Creatives Allie Lehman and David Sherry are behind the lenses of the subscription-based...
November 12th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More