Roundup: biz boot camp, hiring & more

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. [Read More]

The Ohio State University recently announced the winners of its annual business plan competition, which evaluates business plans submitted from across the university and honors those that represent the most promise for becoming viable, scalable businesses. [Read More]

Economic and Community Development Institute Founder and CEO Inna Kinney and Wolf Starr, founder of the Small Business Beanstalk, recently discussed microfinance on “All Sides with Ann Fisher.” [Watch Here]

Eight e-commerce sites plus energy and biotech startups began business boot camp at The Ohio State University on Monday. [Read More]

Tom Szaky, chief executive of Trenton, NJ-based TerraCycle, shares his unconventional views on hiring. [Read More]

Gov. John Kasich and Republican lawmakers are working on a plan to give a state income tax break for investing in Ohio companies. [Read More]

The Columbus Partnership’s focus on economic development in Central Ohio was touted in a recent Lantern story. [Read More]

Two independent businesses now work under one roof at Studio 1520 on Lewis Center Road, sharing space in an attempt to weather a tough economy. [Read More]