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SBB Rebranding to “Connects Columbus,” Merging with CD102.5

Walker Evans Walker Evans SBB Rebranding to “Connects Columbus,” Merging with CD102.5

After seven years of growth and evolution, The Small Business Beanstalk (The SBB) is making its biggest change to date. The local company is going through a rebranding effort to become “Connects Columbus” and merging into a new partnership with local radio station CD102.5. “This year has been one of reflection, we have searched for […]

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Opinion: Paid Leave Is Good for Ohio Small Businesses

Bob Szuter Bob Szuter Opinion: Paid Leave Is Good for Ohio Small Businesses

When you talk to business owners about what make their business successful, they often say their employees are their number one assets. That’s certainly true for the Columbus small business I co-own with my father, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing. We want to keep our employees happy, and for us, part of how we do that is […]

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Idea Forge: Ohio Small Businesses Agree It’s Time to Enact Workplace Non-Discrimination Law

Michaela Hahn Burriss Michaela Hahn Burriss Idea Forge: Ohio Small Businesses Agree It’s Time to Enact Workplace Non-Discrimination Law

On Thursday, April 9, Small Business Majority, Forge Columbus and Equality Ohio are partnering with Bexley Councilmember Deneese Owen to host a listening session about workplace non-discrimination ordinances and the importance of implementing a policy at the state level. Workplace equality and inclusiveness have been hot topics lately, and while cities like Columbus and Cincinnati […]

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Pam’s Market Popcorn Unhappy with New North Market Hours

Walker Evans Walker Evans Pam’s Market Popcorn Unhappy with New North Market Hours

While the public response about the North Market expanding operating hours has been generally positive on social media today, one Market vendor has taken to Facebook to express her displeasure with the news. A photo posted this afternoon on the Pam’s Market Popcorn page spelled out the letters “FOR SALE”, while a message dated February […]

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Franklinton Gets New Coworking Space

Walker Evans Walker Evans Franklinton Gets New Coworking Space

Tired of working out of the neighborhood coffee shop? Then you might be ready for a co-working upgrade. 400 West Rich has officially opened their new 4,000 square foot co-working facility on the second floor of the popular Franklinton creative space. Pricing ranges from $150 to $500 per month with short term lease agreements, and […]

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First Look: The Commissary

Walker Evans Walker Evans First Look: The Commissary

The Commissary is officially opening its doors this Sunday with a community block party. The new kitchen-incubator facility boasts a wide variety of spaces and services for food-based businesses including chefs, pop-up restauranteurs, food suppliers, food truck owners and more. To find out more about the facility, CLICK HERE to read the full story on […]

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The Atlantic Falls in Love with Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans The Atlantic Falls in Love with Columbus

The Atlantic is a historied cultural magazine with an online reputation as a leading voice in covering urban places and their related issues and trends. Multiple writers at The Atlantic have turned their attention to the city of Columbus during the month of October, publishing some very positive pieces about various facets of the city. […]

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