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Think Space Columbus precursor to biz incubator for women

Think Space Columbus precursor to biz incubator for women
Entrepreneurs and startups in need of a room for meetings, events, or training have a new option in Westerville. Think Space Columbus, at 24 Westerview Dr. near I-270 and I-71, is a 1,400-square-foot space that includes two bathrooms and a kitchenette. It can be rented for $100 per hour, for a half...
June 4th, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

Design studio The Creative Good serves small businesses, non-profits

Design studio The Creative Good serves small businesses, non-profits
In October 2009, Brian Greenwood had the opportunity to launch his own business and structure it from the outset to focus on serving the groups who, in his opinion, promote the greater good: nonprofits and small businesses. Originally, The Creative Good was launched under the name Greater Than BMG− the...
June 1st, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Ohio State, Cincy company partner to create health care startup

Ohio State, Cincy company partner to create health care startup
Wexner Medical Center and Cincinnati-based Allostatix have teamed to launch a new startup with a tall order: identifying and preventing chronic illness. Dubbed P44U, the startup will offer approaches to personalized health care in a new field known as P4 Medicine− short for Predictive, Preventive,...
May 31st, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

Artina still values Experience Columbus membership after 45 years

Artina still values Experience Columbus membership after 45 years
For a family-owned business like Artina Promotional Products, it’s all about relationships.  And the opportunity to make new connections at networking events is a big reason why Artina has been a member of Experience Columbus for 42 years. Art Bouzounis, vice president & marketing at Artina,...
May 30th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Upsourced Accounting specializes in serving small businesses, freelancers

Upsourced Accounting specializes in serving small businesses, freelancers
A couple factors led Ryan Watson to start Upsourced Accounting. One, not unlike a lot of entrepreneurs, he yearned to go into business for himself. Two, after working for a Big 4 accounting firm, he was a bit disillusioned. “Don’t get me wrong,” says Watson, a CPA. “I can’t...
May 29th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Linden Café aquired by Milan Development

Linden Café aquired by Milan Development
Business development entrepreneur Mo Wright has announced that his company, Milan Development, a subsidiary of The RAMA Cos., would be acquiring the Linden Café, located at 1393 Cleveland Ave. His company originally purchased the building housing the restaurant in 2009. Mataryun "Mo" Wright,...
May 28th, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

Skreened developing technology to help artists, designers monetize their work

Skreened developing technology to help artists, designers monetize their work
On-demand T-shirt and apparel manufacturer Skreened has developed a platform that will eventually make it easier for its customers to market the products they create. Skreened’s director of marketing, Tanisha Robinson, was instrumental in bringing the Columbus company’s latest platform, Skreened...
May 25th, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

Ethiopian engineer capitalizes on skills to start local business

Ethiopian engineer capitalizes on skills to start local business
When Retta Tegegne arrived in the United States with his wife and three children in 2004, he left behind his twelve-year career as a civil engineer in his home country of Ethiopia. While working unskilled jobs to make ends meet, Tegegne sought ways to use his engineering skills and background to support...
May 24th, 2012 | ECDI Spotlight | Read More