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The Confluence Cast: Greater Columbus Arts Council

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Greater Columbus Arts Council

What’s the difference between being an arts advocate and an artists’ advocate? Look to the policies and missions of the Greater Columbus Arts Council for an idea. This week, I spoke with Jami Goldstein, Vice President of Marketing, Communications & Events. We discussed the organization and how it’s funded, their non-competitive grants programs, their new […]

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Insight into Credit: What You May Not Know About Credit Scores

Alex Noga Alex Noga Insight into Credit: What You May Not Know About Credit Scores

Everyone has heard the term “credit score.” It’s the three-digit number determined by your credit history. It tells a lender how well you’ve managed past credit and predicts your future creditworthiness. Your credit score can affect your ability to purchase a home, get a new car, or in some cases, secure a job. But do […]

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The 7 Costly C’s that are Consuming Your Money

Alex Noga Alex Noga The 7 Costly C’s that are Consuming Your Money

We all work hard to stay on budget; but did you know there are seven “Costly C’s” that could be derailing your goals of financial success? Most people don’t even realize how much of an impact these every day expenditures can have on their debt, budget, or savings. Keeping a close eye on the “Costly […]

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FinTech Provider FloQast is Having an Exciting Year

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman FinTech Provider FloQast is Having an Exciting Year

FinTech provider FloQast is having a good year. The company, which provides workflow automation software for accounting and finance teams, was founded back in 2013 and opened its Dublin office in 2017. There are currently about 10 employees at FloQast’s Dublin office, of the over 200 employees nationwide and at its Los Angeles headquarters. FloQast […]

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The Confluence Cast: Poet Maggie Smith

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Poet Maggie Smith

Everyone has the opportunity to document their lives in their own ways. On the eve of the release of her latest collection of work, I spoke with Columbus-based poet Maggie Smith. We discussed how she writes, how the publishing industry works, the inspirations for her work, and why she chooses to stay in Columbus.

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Lance Johnson on the Celebration of Urban Life

Lauren Emond Lauren Emond Columbus Makes Art Presents Lance Johnson on the Celebration of Urban Life

Lance Johnson is a Bronx-born mixed-media artist who recently relocated to Columbus. He uses his work as a vehicle for urban development and a celebration of the diversity of the urban landscape. Lance will be live painting at BAM Thursdays on July 22 at the Columbus Museum of Art. We chatted with Lance about his […]

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Gordon Flesch Company Welcomes Employees Back In-Person

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Gordon Flesch Company Welcomes Employees Back In-Person

Office technology provider The Gordon Flesch Company was founded in Madison, Wisconsin in 1965 by Gordon Flesch, whose grandchildren are now at the helm. Mark Flesch’s father and two uncles were the second generation to run the company and are still involved. Today, he and his brother Patrick help oversee the business as COO and […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS & INFORMATION