Roundup: 10-x, JobsOhio & moreWeekend News Roundup — By Melanie McIntyre on August 20, 2011 at 8:00 am
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has approved the state of Ohio’s State Small Business Credit Initiative application, which will allow the state to access $55.1 million in federal money. [Read More]
S. Michael Camp, executive director of the Fisher College of Business’s Center for Entrepreneurship, discusses the 10-xelerator with Mike Kallmeyer, host of ONN-TV’s Ohio Means Business program. [Read More]
Kout, an e-commerce checkout software developer and 10-xelerator participant, on Wednesday announced via Twitter that the business is moving to San Francisco. [Read More]
A $24 million pool is being established for six organizations around the state, including Columbus2020, that will be charged with putting together the initial stages of economic development deals, then funneling those to the new private nonprofit JobsOhio organization. [Read More]
Inc shares tips on how to make the most of your time at a business incubator. [Read More]
Melanie McIntyre has served as editorial director of The Metropreneur since its launch in 2010. She previously worked as a staff writer for a business and legal newspaper, where she wrote more than 500 stories about finance and real estate and development in Central Ohio. Since 2008, Melanie has worked on a freelance basis for several local entities, including Columbus Underground, where she is a featured writer. She also blogs about fashion, style, and pop culture at Thoroughly Modern Melly. Melanie is a graduate of The Ohio State University, lives in the Short North, and enjoys reading and running.
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