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Shop Talk: Textiles & Sculptors Inspire ONE SIX FIVE’s Jewelry

Randi Walle Randi Walle Shop Talk: Textiles & Sculptors Inspire ONE SIX FIVE’s Jewelry

Local jewelry artists Kaleigh Shrigley and Claire Lowe recently expanded their business to a Clintonville storefront. Established in 2014, ONE SIX FIVE previously lacked a large brick-and-mortar space to offer their goods. In November, Shrigley and Lowe opened the half-studio/half-shop ONE SIX FIVE space at 3171 N. High St. Lowe’s background is fashion, and she […]

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New Coworking Spaces Opening in Short North, Upper Arlington and 5xNW

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Coworking Spaces Opening in Short North, Upper Arlington and 5xNW

While some entrepreneurial trends come and go, the shared space offices known as coworking have continued to thrive in 2017. Just recently, The Hive, Serendipity Labs and Haven Collective have been announced along side existing spots like The Salt Mines, Qwirk and Industrious. Although market saturation seems like it could be an issue at this […]

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1400 Food Lab Launched in Former Commissary Space

Walker Evans Walker Evans 1400 Food Lab Launched in Former Commissary Space

After nearly three years in operation, The Commissary has been reborn as 1400 Food Lab. The entrepreneurial kitchen incubator opened in late 2014 at 1400 Dublin Road as a place for local chefs, aspiring food entrepreneurs, food truck operators and the foodie community to gather and develop their ideas. New owners and management have transitioned the […]

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New Local Roaster Bacca Coffee Prioritizes Ethical Harvesting, Launches Boxed Cold Brew

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega New Local Roaster Bacca Coffee Prioritizes Ethical Harvesting, Launches Boxed Cold Brew

Operating out of a German Village kitchen, business partners Jared Gibbons and Steven Engel are roasting coffee for the masses. They launched Bacca in March, using an ever-changing lineup of beans to create small batches of “bright, fruity, eccentric, single-origin” coffees. Breaking into the retail market has been a challenge, but that might change as […]

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BrewDog Recruits Local Entrepreneur Tanisha Robinson to Head U.S. Operations

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega BrewDog Recruits Local Entrepreneur Tanisha Robinson to Head U.S. Operations

Scottish brewery BrewDog has announced new leadership for BrewDog USA. Tanisha Robinson, founder of several local startups, will head the company’s stateside operations, establishing the brand and sales strategy, and heading up their operational growth. “We have been searching for someone to head up our USA operations, and as soon as we met Tanisha we […]

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Applications Open for Smart Columbus Startup Accelerator

Brent Warren Brent Warren Applications Open for Smart Columbus Startup Accelerator

A Silicon Valley think tank will bring a ten-week startup accelerator program to Downtown Columbus in the fall, the latest in what has been a steady stream of announcements in recent months from the Smart Columbus team. Singularity University announced the program today, to be called the Smart City Accelerator. It will be open to […]

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Is Columbus Finally Embracing its “Tech City” Status?

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Is Columbus Finally Embracing its “Tech City” Status?

The path to launching a successful startup or tech career seems narrow and obscured, but local experts describe the Columbus tech scene as a roadmap, with the city having more express lanes to success than any other in the Midwest — or beyond. That’s the city’s message for potential talent. Tech talent, far from meeting […]

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