The work of architects has an impact on our lives every day. But how does that work get done? This week, we’re talking architecture and development with the principal of architecture and design firm JBAD, Jonathan Barnes. We discussed how architecture firms work, the importance of relationships, the issues that should be kept in mind […]
How will businesses pivot when things get “back to normal?” Becca Apfelstadt, the co-founder of creative and marketing agency treetree, has a couple of ideas. In this episode, we discuss how the firm got started at a time of change, how they are pivoting in this time of change, and the importance of culture and the role of the office in the impending new normal.
Founded by John T. Ward and his son William S. Ward, E.E. Ward Moving & Storage Co. is reportedly the oldest African-American-owned business in the United States. John T. Ward was born in Virginia and came to Ohio in 1828. He eventually settled in the Reynoldsburg area, and became a conductor on the Underground Railroad […]
TRIAD Architects has submitted plans to build a new two-story office building in Franklinton. If the plans are approved, the 24-year-old firm hopes to transfer its operations into the building, targeting the summer of 2022 for a move-in date. The East Franklinton Review Board got a first look at the proposal last month – voting […]
Columbus’ own Dos Hermanos, Preston’s, The Kitchen Columbus, Tigertree and Wolf’s Ridge Brewing are teaming up to highlight local small businesses and their impact on Columbus following what has been a difficult year for everyone, and small businesses in particular. The community campaign #ColumbusWithoutUS, led by Wolf’s Ridge, has these small businesses joining forces to […]
At the City of Dublin’s final Dublin Reality Check of 2020, the city brought together panelists to discuss how businesses should respond after a summer of civil unrest that saw demonstrations and calls for change right here in Central Ohio. The latest event in the series, “So, You Made a Statement About Black Lives Matter… […]
When it comes to development, the City of Worthington, like many cities with their size and limitations, has to play a balancing act on navigating varying interests. CU Reporter Brent Warren sat down with the city’s economic development director and assistant city manager, David McCorkle, and Worthington City Manager Matt Greeson to discuss developments coming […]