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Kandid.ly helps connect photographers and clients

Kandid.ly is an online resource for photographers to list their work and book gigs and for customers to find the right photographer at the right price for their event.

Metro unveils first ticket vending machine, allowing more flexible public transit

On Thursday, March 27, Metro, Southwest Ohio’s Regional Transit Authority, unveiled its first ticket vending machine. The machine is located at the Government Square information booth near the intersection of Fifth and Walnut in Downtown Cincinnati and provides 24/7 access to Metro passes and stored-value cards.

The Garage Group adds training services, hosts innovation workshop

The Garage Group, the Cincinnati-based consultancy that helps larger, corporate companies engage with and activate their entrepreneurial spirit, has begun offering training services in addition to their focus on market research and insights and ideation workshops. 

SCORE celebrates 50 years of helping small businesses

SCORE, the nonprofit business counseling organization, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

New downtown law firm is geared toward startups and small businesses

The Law Office of Paul H. Spitz announced the opening of its new office in the Cintrifuse space at 299 E. Sixth Street in downtown Cincinnati, offering entrepreneurs, startups, and small and mid-sized businesses legal counsel for their business law and transactional needs.

Cincybite offers city's first third-party restaurant delivery service

Cincybite, a third-party food delivery service created by local restaurant owner Robbie Sosna, who runs Freshii's downtown franchise, opened December 2 and is now fully operational.

Tom + Chee prepares for rapid growth in 2014

Tom + Chee, the locally owned purveyor of grilled cheese and tomato soup, has quickly and perhaps not so quietly become the fastest-growing grilled cheese empire in the U.S.

German company Forcam brings best in class manufacturing expertise to Cincinnati

FORCAM, the technology and consulting company based in Friedrichshafen, Germany, has continued growing internationally and, more specifically, here in the U.S., where its offices are located in downtown Cincinnati.http://www.forcam.com/index.php?id=209&L=209

Urban League president joins leaders in hailing streetcar construction

Donna Jones Baker, President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio, has joined the ranks of leaders applauding job creation tied to Cincinnati's streetcar.

CincyTech invests in Mason-based Cloud Takeoff

CincyTech, a public-private venture development organization focused on funding high-tech startups in Southwest Ohio, has invested $300,000 in Cloud Takeoff, a Mason, Ohio-based company that offers an easy and powerful cloud-based tool for contractors in commercial construction.

Fifth Third Bank launches new branch concept

Fifth Third Bank is testing a new "micro branch" format in its Carew Tower location, which will downsize the location and feature more interactive technology.

Film written, produced and shot in Cincinnati debuts nationwide

Cincinnati-based Rebel Film Productions debuted its newest film, “A Strange Brand of Happy” in more than 40 markets across the United States during the past two weeks. The film was also written, produced, shot and edited in Cincinnati.

Scott Belsky kicks off Cincinnati Mercantile Library's new lecture series October 21

Cincinnati's Mercantile Library is reaching into the past with its new 2035 Lecture Series, which kicks off with Behance founder Scott Belsky.

Speed dating event pairs entrepreneurs with designers

Next week, an innovative twist on speed dating called Meet Your Match will pair Cincinnati-based entrepreneurs with local designers to exchange services.
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