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Flores Lane

Flores Lane focuses on eco-friendly ingredients for city-themed candles

Elevator

Flywheel's second cohort to present at Demo Day on Feb. 7

Indigo Hippo

The art of business: Over-the-Rhine's creative entrepreneurs

CG Ceramics

Last-minute local gift guide

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Cincinnati's first minority-owned brewery coming to Walnut Hills in 2018

Hamilton Mill

Hamilton Mill wins grant to fund four strategic programs

Caza Sikes

New fine art gallery adds to Oakley's diverse, growing scene

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Starting a new business is easy, but creating stability, growth and long-term success involves planning and support. Greater Cincinnati is home to new and established incubators and accelerators that can help a startup thrive. Through these organizations, entrepreneurs can refine their business plans, seek out investment dollars, or hone services and products. These support organizations include CincyTech, Cincinnati Innovates, Hamilton County Business Center, Northern Kentucky ezone, Bad Girl Ventures, UpTech and the Brandery.

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