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Many people think that litigation is only a reactive process: a harm occurs, a complaint is filed, information is shared between the parties (“discovery”),...

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As a kid, Michael Farrell wanted to be a rockstar like the glam rockers of the early 1980s. He and a group of friends started a...

Thirteen years ago, Cynthia Tinapple started a blog as a way to continue her love of polymer art and reach clay enthusiasts all over the world. Today,...

Social Entrepreneurship

Announcements

Fifteen local organizations will advance their social missions through the SEA Change Accelerator this summer. The 14-week program works with idea-stage concepts to established organizations...

Coffee is roasted in one corner while candles are poured in another. Delicious smells waft from the kitchen where meals are assembled for delivery. Artisans...

Social enterprise accelerator SEA Change is now accepting applications for its 2018 cohort. Up to 15 startups will have the opportunity to incubate their...
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Crowdfunding Roundup

After a few slow months in the crowdfunding world, August sees a surge of new campaigns. From mead to fidget spinners, let's dive in: The...

Latest Articles

Imagine this: you’re sitting at a bar with your friends when you notice the coaster your drink is on is...wait...is that a picture of...

Venture investment firm LOUD Capital is settling into its new office at 375 N. Front St. Its neighbor, Nationwide Arena, and the surrounding buildings bring...

Chances are, you’ve seen the recent headlines about how emerging technologies like cryptocurrency, blockchain and other developments have affected businesses both large and small....

Columbus' small and local businesses are making headlines. There's good news for the community as a whole with a new ranking, while two established...

ECDI has secured funding to expand its support of food-based businesses with the Food Fort 2.0. Located at Parkwood and Old Leonard Avenues adjacent to its...

Like many local entrepreneurs, Women’s Business Center member Kirsta Niemie-Benedetti not only works to build her business, but also to make a positive impact on her...

The Columbus Chamber and Capital University have partnered to bring the first business-themed podcast to Columbus. During cbuzz, Columbus-based brand journalist Mikaela Hunt will speak...

The notion that someone else could stop you from using your own personal name or surname in business seems absurd. After all, your name...