News Weekend News Roundup

Weekend News Roundup

Weekly small business and entrepreneurial news bites.

Central Ohio startups are staying put, even after acquisition, according to a recent report from TechColumbus. Oxiem Interactive has relocated from the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center to its own office. International businesses will see Columbus as an opportunity, according to...
Just a few months after opening, the Union County Small Business Incubator is quickly outgrowing its space. Mark Kvamme, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist who came to Ohio to work in Gov. John Kasich's administration, discusses the 10-xelerator competition —...
Former Iams owner Clayton Mathile put $130 million toward launching and funding Dayton-based Aileron. Since its opening, more than 20,000 small business owners and their employees have taken the institute's business classes, used its resources, and gotten counseling to...
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. The Executive MBA program at The Ohio State...
Ohio's Enterprise Appalachia makes it easier for entrepreneurs to gain access to existing knowledge and labor by leveraging academic centers, skilled labor, and support services when starting a small business and bringing new products to market.  "Ohio Means Business" show...
Gahanna Among Eight Cities that Want Your Business CNNMoney.com on Tuesday released a list of eight communities across the United States that offer compelling incentives to would-be entrepreneurs and Gahanna made the cut. The website claims the city's local income tax...
Nils Root, founder of Frosh Tees and a member of Ohio State University's 2011 class, is among several college graduates who are already achieving entrepreneurial success. The Ohio State University recently announced the winners of its annual business plan...
The Central Ohio Hub for Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Energy Storage aims to position Columbus and Central Ohio as a global leader in advanced energy storage research, commercialization and manufacturing. Tom Van Cleef, managing director at Shine On Solar Solutions...