Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Since co-founding the ManCard iPhone app almost a year ago at Columbus Startup Weekend, Suzy Bureau has become one of its most vocal supporters. Bureau, along with Brian Billingsley and Steve Gacka, also helped coordinate the most recent Columbus Startup Weekend, which...
Troy Allen did a brief stint as a speakeasy operator in college, moved on to toy designing, and after working in all aspects of marketing and advertising for big agencies, decided it was time Columbus had the "anti-agency." So...
TheMetropreneur.com is built around providing a space to share resources and information about the extensive startup community in Columbus. The city shows tremendous support for small businesses and entrepreneurs through a variety of ever-expanding resources. As Vice President, Community...
These days, it seems everyone is seeing “green.” Interest in designing, constructing, working, and living in environmentally-friendly buildings has increased considerably and shows little chance of letting up. As owner/principal at Greenovate, Tyler Steele, for one, is capitalizing on those...
Throughout March, The Metropreneur has focused on local organizations that offer programs designed to help businesses be more environmentally friendly, businesses with exceptional green policies, and businesses that offer green products or services. Sara Rampersaud is the president and CEO of Eco Assist...
For 13 years, Madison & Fifth has been assisting businesses with their digital marketing and advertising needs from their Downtown Columbus offices. The company has assisted over 60 clients with projects that range from web design to social media...
The Columbus Chamber has reaffirmed its commitment to public policy and cultivating local relationships in order to stay on top of legislative issues affecting its members. In fact, that commitment lead the Chamber to hire Kristen Easterday earlier this...
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...

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