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Locally brewed Luna Kombucha is a hit with consumers

Locally brewed Luna Kombucha is a hit with consumers
One local man has turned his passion for kombucha into a product whose popularity is growing at a substantial rate, especially considering it’s only been on shelves since August. Michael Iannarino, founder of Luna Kombucha, began having digestive problems five years ago. After doing a little Internet...
February 13th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Business branding, design is best left to the pros

Business branding, design is best left to the pros
As many of our readers know, starting a business can be difficult. In the early stages, entrepreneurs are often working with a limited budget, and hiring a firm to do branding and design work can seem like an inefficient use of resources. Perhaps unsurprisingly, experts in those fields disagree. They...
February 10th, 2012 | Tips of the Trade | Read More

Camelot Cellars hosts unique events designed to support local charities

Camelot Cellars hosts unique events designed to support local charities
It’s been a year since Janine Aquino took ownership of Camelot Cellars and what a year it has been. The Short North boutique winery and wine bar has been totally renovated, the wine menu has been revamped, and its wines have won more than 30 awards. After accomplishing so much in just one year,...
February 9th, 2012 | Philanthropic Pursuit | Read More

CCAD MindShop incubator to help creative businesses

CCAD MindShop incubator to help creative businesses
Columbus College of Art & Design’s new MindShop will open this fall on the first floor of the school’s Design Studios on Broad at 390 E. Broad St. In addition to being an incubator for arts-related businesses, the MindShop will also serve as a hub through which businesses, government...
February 8th, 2012 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Ballroom at Oakhurst relaunches with help from Two Caterers

Ballroom at Oakhurst relaunches with help from Two Caterers
Two Caterers Contemporary Cuisine has teamed with Oakhurst Country Club in Grove City to breathe new life into its massive ballroom and reintroduce it to the local event and wedding industry. The Ballroom at Oakhurst dates back to 1959. Over the years, the space, which can seat up to 300 guests, had...
February 7th, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

Weiland’s Gourmet Market in business for more than 50 years

Weiland’s Gourmet Market in business for more than 50 years
Weiland’s Gourmet Market has evolved considerably during the last half-century. When John Williams and George Weiland opened the market in 1961, it primarily sold meat. A few years later, the business moved to Indianoloa Avenue and Garden Road, where more groceries were added, as well as a deli,...
February 6th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Winners of 2011 TechColumbus Innovation Awards announced

Winners of 2011 TechColumbus Innovation Awards announced
The 2011 TechColumbus Innovation Awards, which recognize business leaders and companies for their achievements and leadership in the realms of technology and innovation, were held last night. “Tonight’s honorees confirm that the present is strong and the future is bright,” said Tim...
February 3rd, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

How to Market with Foursquare When You’re Not a Brick and Mortar

How to Market with Foursquare When You’re Not a Brick and Mortar
If you have a virtual business or take clients while working from home, you might be wondering how in the heck Foursquare could help you. That’s understandable. If you’re not familiar with the social network, Foursquare is a community where users alert businesses and their other social networks...
February 3rd, 2012 | Tips of the Trade | Read More