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Frequently Asked Questions of prominent local entrepreneurs and small business experts.

INLINE Productions is a Columbus-based, family-owned business that develops strategic solutions in video, CD-ROM, DVD authoring, e-media, and film. INLINE contends that video-based new media is one of the most powerful ways to connect with prospects, reach out for new business,...
Though just about every man, woman, and child on Earth owns a T-shirt, not everyone owns a custom T-shirt. But a trip −virtual or offline− to Skreened can change all that. The Clintonville-based company specifically manufactures one-off T-shirts and apparel using...
The Columbus Chamber provides numerous resources to help businesses large and small thrive. Hiring young, growing talent is one piece of the puzzle. Through her position as Talent Connections Manager at the Columbus Chamber, Dessa Augsburger connects employers with...
Who better to answer questions about tech and software startups than Dan Rockwell, co-founder of Big KittyLabs, where dive-in and make it happen are words to live by. Rockwell started BKL in 2009 as a place to turn experiments...
It’s certainly arguable that Elizabeth Lessner, CEO and president of Betty’s Family of Restaurants, is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Columbus. The 36-year-old Windy City native opened her first bar and restaurant, Betty’s Fine Food and Spirits,...
After reading a rundown of Wil Schroter's professional accomplishments, it's crystal clear he has a mind for business. Schroter founded Blue Diesel, one of the first Web design companies, in 1994 at the ripe old age of 19. He landed...
Maren Roth's love affair with clothing began at age 5 when she walked down New York City's famed Fifth Avenue for the first time. Now, more than 25 years later, she is the proud owner of Rowe Boutique in Columbus's...
If there is anyone in this town qualified to give advice to entrepreneurs, arguably, it is Rich Langdale. In 1986, while a student at The Ohio State University, he sold his car to invest $5,000 in a startup computer supplies...