Posts Tagged ‘columbus idea foundry’

SunDown RunDown Hosts Business Building Seminar at Columbus Idea Foundry

SunDown RunDown Hosts Business Building Seminar at Columbus Idea Foundry
SunDown RunDown Founder Paul Proffitt will host a series of six business classes at the Columbus Idea Foundry to help aspiring business owners with the ins and outs of getting started. A fit for businesses of any industry, “The class is taught to be a practical course – in other words, you can...
January 29th, 2016 | Upcoming Events | Read More

Hatch Helping Businesses at the Critical Hour

Hatch Helping Businesses at the Critical Hour
When you’ve jumped of the cliff and decided to start your own business, there’s a lot of make or break moments. During those times you often just need a nudge in the right direction or that one key connection, and ideally you could get that insight without giving up control of your company...
September 2nd, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

A Guide to Columbus Coworking

A Guide to Columbus Coworking
On the heels of the first Columbus Coworking Day, The Metropreneur has complied a go-to guide for workspaces across the city. Each active space provides the details on their environment, amenities and rates. The Perch – Short North Coworking Address: 45 E. Lincoln St.,  Short North Number of offices...
May 12th, 2015 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

2014 Best Small Business Resource: ECDI

2014 Best Small Business Resource: ECDI
ECDI was once again voted best small business resource in 2014. It’s been a big year for the SBA-approved micro-lender. The organization celebrated two big milestones – the closing of their 1,000th loan and their 10-year anniversary. The Women’s Business Center was also awarded the 2014...
January 1st, 2015 | News | Read More

AriesGate Creates New Technology for Drivers to Customize Their Trucks

AriesGate Creates New Technology for Drivers to Customize Their Trucks
AriesGate is out to give a whole new meaning to the word tailgate – both in the physical and fun before a football game sense. Greg Solt founded the company that creates customizeable tailgates that add a unique spin to the typically stagnant piece of metal and up a truck’s functionality. AriesGate...
May 20th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Rick Coplin of TechColumbus: Your Questions Answered

Rick Coplin of TechColumbus: Your Questions Answered
TheMetropreneur.com is built around providing a space to share resources and information about the extensive startup community in Columbus. The city shows tremendous support for small businesses and entrepreneurs through a variety of ever-expanding resources. As Vice President, Community Partner Ventures...
August 27th, 2013 | Frequently Asked Questions | Read More

ReFab Studio helps businesses make their design ideas reality

ReFab Studio helps businesses make their design ideas reality
Essentially, ReFab Studio is a business whose mission is helping other businesses. Founded by Dylan Paul and Levi Crumley in 2010, ReFab does a little bit of everything, from tool design and fabrication to creating custom storefront fixtures. “We sort of specialize in the napkin sketch,”...
March 28th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Roundup: Startup Weekend, Celebrate Local & more

As the business climate and regional economic development practices evolve, so must the Columbus Chamber, says its president and CEO Michael Dalby. [Read More] The average cost per employee for health insurance premiums is expected to cross the $10,000 mark for the first time in 2012, according to projections...
October 8th, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More