Coworking spaces took root in nearly every corner of the city, social enterprises continued to make an impact, and various organizations, from long-standing service providers to the city itself, looked for ways to continue to build the small business ecosystem in Columbus.
January 2019 To kick of 2019, The Metropreneur sat down with go-to business resource the Small Business Development Centers at at Columbus State Community College to discuss how their programming has evolved with the uptick in interest in entrepreneurship in Central Ohio.
In partnership with Vantage Point Logistics, we took an in-depth look at why Columbus is a good place to start and grow a technology-based business.
An in-depth article dug into the advantages of doing business in Columbus, from “the Columbus Way” to leading industries and cost of living.
Dr. Peter Edwards talked about taking things from #SaveTheCrew to #SavedTheCrew on the Columbus Chamber cbuzz podcast.
Henry Golatt, Program Development Coordinator for the City of Columbus’ Office of Small Business and Entrepreneur Development, discussed the city’s role in building up small businesses.
The findings of a comprehensive assessment analyzing the city’s small business landscape for strengths, opportunities and gaps was also released.