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AMA rebrands, uniting the national organization and chapters across the country

The American Marketing Association recently rebranded. As one of the organization's largest chapters, Cincinnati was chosen to help roll out its new look and direction.

Creative App Project and Future Leaders of OTR partner to create app and community

The new "Treasures of OTR" Android app that leads users on a scavenger hunt to find community landmarks was created by 12 teenagers from Future Leaders of Over-the-Rhine working with the Creative App Project.

Learning to treat nonprofits as more than charity cases

Author Dan Pallotta and local nonprofit leader Tom Callinan are trying to change public perceptions of nonprofit organizations in order to improve their effectiveness and "change the world."

Skube founder benefits from local entrepreneurial programs, gives back to other startups

For local entrepreneur Monica Kohler, a simple idea for versatile casual clothing has grown into a thriving business thanks in part to Cincinnati’s startup ecosystem and range of support programs.

Pokemon craze gets people on the go across Greater Cincinnati

Health fads are nothing new, but Pokemon Go is taking it to an entirely new level by generating innovative ways to get people moving, including plenty of Greater Cincinnati options.

Cintrifuse launches innovation studio for the healthcare industry

Last week, Cintrifuse announced a new branch to the #StartUpCincy ecosystem. On June 30, they launched Spry Labs, a venture-building studio for healthcare solutions.

Local startup Physi app now helps whole family get active

Cincinnati-based fitness app Physi recently announced that it has added family play opportunities to the range of activities it offers.

People's Liberty hosts Globe Grant info session, accepting applications for 2017

People's Liberty opened Julia Fischer's Play Library last week in its Globe Gallery storefront across from Findlay Market and is already accepting Globe Grant applications to activate the space in 2017.

Tech Cafeteria serves up community, technology, and grade school nostalgia

Software development consultancy Gaslight will host another of its lunches a la elementary school on July 6 — complete with square pizza, lunch trays and lunch ladies.

SE Cincy launches Elevator program to accelerate social enterprises

A recent move to StartupCincy hub Union Hall and exposure to its accelerator and incubator programs has inspired Flywheel and SE Cincy to start a similar resource and support program for social enterprises dubbed Elevator.

Bad Girl Ventures graduates first "Launch" class of women entrepreneurs

Bad Girl Ventures will hold a graduation event for its first "Launch" class June 15 at New Riff Distilling in Bellevue, showcasing women entrepreneurs who are ready to take their businesses to the next level.

Second annual NewCo Cincinnati expands with more host companies and programs

NewCo Cincinnati, the inside-out international innovation conference, returns July 21 with 95 host companies and themed track options for attendees.

TEDx Cincinnati Main Stage event aims to open minds and share ideas

The seventh annual TEDx Cincinnati Main Stage event June 16 is focused on conversation and idea sharing, from its signature short talks to an Innovation Alley happy hour.

Arts Atlas data tool to help local arts organizations target programming to underserved communities

ArtsWave partners with national data gathering organization to develop a first-in-the-nation online tool to integrate data on arts organizations and their programming with community demographic details.
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