Roundup: The Metropreneur on Alltop, business incubators & more

The Metropreneur is now on Alltop, which aims to answer “What’s happening?” by collecting headlines of the latest stories “from the best sites and blogs that cover a topic.” [Read More]

Despite the latest jobs report that shows employers added fewer jobs in May than expected, 57 percent of small businesses recently surveyed by Manta say they plan to hire this year. [Read More]

Technology Venturing, taught by Michael Camp, academic director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at The Ohio State University, was recently hailed as one of the country’s best entrepreneurship courses by Inc. magazine. [Read More]

Kevin Gadd of Venture Highway offers business plan presentation tips. [Read More]

The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center opened an international business assistance center on Tuesday. [Read More]

The Columbus Chamber of Commerce is taking a four-pronged approach to creating a supportive ecosystem for sustainable growth in the Columbus region. [Read More]

The city of Powell is steadily working toward opening a business incubator that would be located at 44 N. Liberty St. [Read More]

The Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce has launched a program intended to incubate new businesses and grow existing ones in the city. So far, the program has 12 advisers and 20 applicants. [Read More]

The Upper Arlington Community Improvement Corp. is working to develop a business retention strategy as a part of its partnership with the Columbus 2020! initiative and Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce programs. [Read More]

Learn how Ohio is building new businesses and investing in entrepreneurs by helping them access capital and providing support services. [Watch Here]