Weekly News Roundup: OCCPaC Endorses Candidates & More

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. [Read More]

“Ohio Means Business” show explores Ohio’s role in the bioscience industry and what it means for the state’s economic future. [Read More]

The Ohio Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee has announced its endorsements in races for three statewide offices− an unusual, but necessary action, says Andrew Doehrel, the chamber’s president. [Read More] (PDF)

Michael Bowers, of the Small Business Development Center at Columbus State Community College, at the Association or Small Business Development Center Annual Conference on what it takes for small businesses to be successful with social media. [Watch Here]

Upcoming Events:

Those interested in mixing with Information Technology professionals from across Ohio can attend IT Martini Hour 13 today at The Ohio State University’s Ohio Union. [Read More]

The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center is hosting  “10 Legal Tips For A Successful Start Up” on Oct.14. Four Schottenstein Zox & Dunn attorneys will be on hand to provide practical guidance for navigating the 10 most common legal issues any startup business will face. [Read More]

The Ohio Poverty Law Center and the Franklin County Reentry Task Force are hosting a free reentry-focused legal information session for ex-offenders on Oct. 20. The office of Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner will present information about starting a business in Ohio. [Read More]

Eric Ralph, creator of YourMilton.com, is the featured guest at the Fisher Entrepreneurship Association Speaker Series event on Oct. 25. [Read More]