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Recent storms and prolonged power outages have resulted in equipment damage, lost inventory, and mounting bills for many area small businesses. However, new low-interest emergency recovery loans could offer some relief. Franklin County's Economic Development and Planning Department is partnering...
Who doesn't love the idea of being their own boss, controlling their own destiny, having more job security, making their own hours, and feeling a stronger sense of purpose? America was built on this premise of the pioneering spirit,...
From B Corps, to dog walking, to crowdfunding, find the latest news and updates for the Central Ohio business community in News Roundup! Office Evolution Adds Fourth Central Ohio Location in Worthington Offering 19,000 square feet of space to micro-businesses and...
If you weren't already aware, there's massive growth underway at local startup Root Insurance. We spoke with founder and CEO Alex Timm in March about their big plans thus far, and the company officially unveiled their latest news this...
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Buckle up! There's a lot happening the small business world in Columbus! Retail deals, coworking honors, award nominations, can't miss events and more ahead! Local Cannabis Beauty Brand Lands Luxury Retailer Cannuka is now available at Neiman Marcus. Four of...
Business incubators give startups the opportunity to launch their ideas with less risk and fewer up-front expenses. They can provide funding, physical space, expert advisers and several amenities. According to your votes, TechColumbus −which not only provides business incubation services...
If one thing was clear at yesterday’s Small Business Forum & Leader Awards, an annual gathering hosted by the Columbus Chamber, it’s that small businesses are a driving force in Central Ohio– and they’re planning to stick around. In conjunction...