Tarek Kamil and Sara Jackson, co-founders of startup Cerkl, want their "smart newsletter" technology to help organizations transform communication strategy into engagement strategy.
TEDxCincinnati and NewCo Cincinnati hosted outstanding July conferences highlighting the region's innovation renaissance, with 2016 versions expected to be even larger and more compelling.
Brush Factory co-founders Rosie Kovacs and Hayes Shanesy focus on design and craftsmanship "not because it's trendy but to build on and celebrate tradition." Their company is a finalist in the ArtWorks Big Pitch program/competition.
A childhood interest in sewing led Jenifer Sult to study fashion design at UC, start a company (Cut and Sewn) in her home and finally open a storefront business in Northside. Next steps: a business plan and expansion.
Local photographer Jess Sheldon's Cityscape Tiles celebrate historic places in Cincinnati and beyond, creating something tangible in the digital era.
Rachel DesRochers wants her message of "sharing gratitude" and her Grateful Grahams cookies to travel far and wide, so she's competing in ArtWorks' Big Pitch program to raise funds to boost product distribution.
Jason Snell started We Have Become Vikings 8 years ago. Today, his work is popping up everywhere, from larger-than-life city murals to All Start Game paraphernalia.
Just in time for the All Star Game, Downtown Cincinnati Inc. launches a new version of its Downtown Cincinnati app featuring four primary content areas (eat, shop, stay and play) that match the functionality of its website.
One of this summer's eight ArtWorks Big Pitch finalists is a Covington coffee shop/bookstore focused on engaging with the community.
Look Here, historic preservationist Anne Delano Steinert's place-based public history project, will mount historic photographs around OTR as close as possible to the vantage point from which they were originally taken, comparing historic views to today's view.
Blue Seat Media doubled in size (2 to 4 people) during its accelerator class at Ocean and is now beta-testing its new Gameball app to build "optimism and positivity" among baseball fans.
Cincinnati's only manufacturing accelerator program has selected its 2015 class of companies, and they’re already hard at work: AVA, yoga equipment; Beluga Razor, high-end straight-blade razors; Mortal Skis, skis and related products designed for Midwest slopes; and Paper Acorn, folded paper objects.
Mark Mussman is making the tools for creating Android apps accessible to as many people as possible through the Creative App Project, which will teach a dozen non-techies how to design, build and market Android apps over six weeks this summer.
Casamatic, hoping to be fully functional by August, will open up possibilities for home buyers by customizing sales listings based on what's important to the user.
Even before speakers for the sixth annual TEDxCincinnati were announced, the July 9 event has sold out. That got organizers to consider adding seats and to think about a full-day TEDx in 2016.