Posts Tagged ‘Columbus’

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

National Survey of Small Businesses Gives Columbus A+ in Training & Networking Programs

National Survey of Small Businesses Gives Columbus A+ in Training & Networking Programs
A Thumbtack.com survey of over 12,000 small businesses across the country revealed that Columbus earns an “A+” when it comes to training and networking programs. “Creating a business climate that is welcoming to small, dynamic businesses is more important than ever, and Columbus is making...
July 29th, 2014 | Announcements | Read More

Small businesses name Columbus one of the most supportive U.S. cities

Small businesses name Columbus one of the most supportive U.S. cities
Small businesses give Columbus high marks when rating the most supportive cities in the country, according to the results of a recent survey. In fact, Columbus earned an “A” in several categories of the Thumbtack.com Small Business Friendliness Survey, including overall small business friendliness...
May 13th, 2013 | Announcements | Read More

Former Wexner Med Center exec launches Health Philanthropy Services Group

Former Wexner Med Center exec launches Health Philanthropy Services Group
Veteran hospital fundraiser Bill Mountcastle recently launched a Columbus-based consulting firm aimed at improving the fundraising performance of academic medical centers, health systems, community hospitals, and health organizations. The firm, Health Philanthropy Services Group, is comprised of senior...
March 19th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

The Hills Market opening downtown store

The Hills Market opening downtown store
Over the last two decades, The Hills Market has become a Worthington institution of sorts. Considering the specialty grocer carries more than 2,500 Ohio-made products, more than 4,000 wine labels, and tens of thousands of specialty items, it’s not hard to see why. And on March 19 it will expand...
March 8th, 2013 | Announcements | Read More

T. Marzetti Co. built on hard work, commitment to quality

T. Marzetti Co. built on hard work, commitment to quality
In 1896, Teresa Marzetti immigrated to the United States and opened a small restaurant here in Columbus. Though Marzetti’s eventually matured into a four-star restaurant, it’s doubtful its founder imagined it would become the giant specialty foods corporation it is today. Located near The...
January 29th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

SmartBox Creative specializes in corporate spaces that won’t break the bank

SmartBox Creative specializes in corporate spaces that won’t break the bank
Outfitting a lobby, conference room, or reception area can be costly, but that doesn’t mean those without deep pockets have to forfeit an aesthetically pleasing space. In fact, Columbus-based SmartBox Creative specializes in producing dynamic corporate environments that won’t break the bank....
January 28th, 2013 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

East Wind Nannies expands into 3 cities since 2010 launch

East Wind Nannies expands into 3 cities since 2010 launch
In just a little over two years, East Wind Nannies has expanded into three cities. Amy Haldeman founded the nanny service in Pittsburgh in fall 2010 after working in child care for more than a decade. Haldeman’s  husband had been transferred to Pittsburgh because of his job, and she decided starting...
January 15th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More