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Bad Girl Ventures welcomes first Launch class of eight startups

Bad Girl Ventures welcomed its first Launch class last week with eight women-owned startups, part of the business accelerator's revamped three-tier Explore, Launch and Grow programming.

Queen City Mobile Summit brings national recognition to local app developers

The Brandery and Possible digital marketing agency host the free Queen City Mobile Summit Feb. 17, a collaboration among national and local players to spark discussion about the future of mobile app technology.

New grant program pushes to expand "good food" options across Greater Cincinnati

The Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council is working to create a healthy, equitable and sustainable local food system by awarding multiple grants of up to $10,000 each for innovative "Good Food" projects.

Let's Dance uses ballroom dancing to teach discipline and teamwork to Avondale students

Greg Norman and Kathye Lewis are using a $10,000 People's Liberty project grant award to offer 10-week ballroom dance classes for fifth and sixth graders at South Avondale Elementary School.

Flywheel Cincinnati to host new round of social enterprise workshops

Social enterprise hub Flywheel is offering three rounds of training for those interested in starting or supporting social enterprises, with workshops scheduled at Interact for Health Feb. 22, March 22 and April 22.

Greater Cincinnati Venture Association starts 2016 with Breakfast Club at Braxton Brewery

Greater Cincinnati Venture Association kicks off its 2016 educational programming Feb. 10 with the year's first Breakfast Club, featuring remarks from three early-stage tech startups and Braxton Brewery founder Jake Rouse.

The Brandery opens applications for its seventh accelerator class

The Brandery has begun taking applications for its 2016 startup accelerator class; each of the selected 10-12 teams will receive $50,000 in seed funding and a year of free office space and mentorship in exchange for a 6 percent equity stake in their company.

The Women's Fund rallies allies to promote economic empowerment for women

The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation has been working to ensure women’s economic self-sufficiency for more than 20 years, supporting programs and conducting research around economic empowerment.

GCF grant helps Hamilton Mill hire industrialist-in-residence and expand student support

Just north of Cincinnati, Hamilton Mill offers a distinctive experience within the local startup ecosystem, focusing on technology that helps Southwest Ohio manufacturers have small and lean shops.

ArtWorks launches alumni network to connect 20 years of "doers"

ArtWorks hopes to connect thousands of local youths and adults it's engaged over the past 20 years in public art and creative enterprise programming by launching an alumni network Feb. 4.

Miami students get a taste of Cincinnati startup ecosystem via year-round internship program

Miami University students are seeing more opportunities to intern at local startup companies thanks to its expanded Cincinnati Digital Innovation Program.

FounderCon 2016 is coming to Cincinnati in October, a "dream come true" for local startups

It's official: Cincinnati's thriving startup ecosystem will host more than 1,000 like-minded entrepreneurs and innovation leaders from around the world Oct. 18-20 when Techstars' annual FounderCon gathering comes here for the first time.

Ocean's new startup class "reaching people well beyond Cincinnati"

Ocean welcomed its second accelerator class last week, featuring nine startups that include two from the UK and three from outside Cincinnati. Plus news from Bad Girl Ventures and UpTech.

People's Liberty launching reimagined Haile Fellowship application as "civic sabbatical"

People's Liberty has redesigned its signature Haile Fellowship grant program to focus more on long-term change for Cincinnati, and the application process will be open Jan. 13-29.

Redesigned city website focuses on community feedback, ease of use

The City of Cincinnati unveiled its newly updated cincinnati-oh.gov website last week, learning from earlier app launches how to make the user experience simple and easy.
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