Posts Tagged ‘Kickstarter’

Columbus Crowdfunding Roundup – July 2014 Edition

Columbus Crowdfunding Roundup – July 2014 Edition
From innovative products to community spaces for entrepreneurs, July brings a fresh round of crowdfunding campaigns to Columbus. Keep reading for a peek at these local businesses that are making the push to turn ideas into reality. The Commissary: Where Food Connects Community - There’s only a...
July 7th, 2014 | Crowdfunding Roundup | Read More

Columbus Crowdfunding Roundup – May 2014 Edition

Columbus Crowdfunding Roundup – May 2014 Edition
Crowdfunding is becoming an increasingly integral part of starting or expanding a business. The first Monday of each month we’ll list a roundup of the crowdfunding campaigns happening in Columbus. Click on the links below to learn more about the innovative ideas and businesses local residents are...
May 5th, 2014 | Crowdfunding Roundup | Read More

Griffen Hollow Studio specializes in manufacturing eco-friendly products

Griffen Hollow Studio specializes in manufacturing eco-friendly products
Once Alex Traxler began working out of a friend’s studio at the Columbus Idea Foundry, his desire to be creative professionally took over and he got a space of his own there. Shortly after, Traxler’s fiancé bought him a wooden necktie, and the novelty really got his creative juices flowing. He...
April 8th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

Kickstarter helps raise money for creative ventures

Kickstarter helps raise money for creative ventures
Funding a business venture, especially a creative one, can be challenging. Kickstarter is working to change that. Every week, the online crowdfunding platform allows thousands of people to pledge millions of dollars to creative projects −big and small− that resonate with them. In exchange for that...
February 21st, 2012 | Trendspotting | Read More

Weekly News Roundup: Wonderland Gets Exec. Dir., Fisher EMBA Ranked & More

Weekly News Roundup: Wonderland Gets Exec. Dir., Fisher EMBA Ranked & More
An expansive package of tax reforms has made Ohio more business friendly, according to a white paper in which Inc. magazine editors explore the ideal location selection model for business startups. [Read More] The Executive MBA program at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business is...
October 7th, 2010 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More