Next Lives Here Innovation Summit is a new entrepreneurship event hosted by the University of Cincinnati that will take place on Thursday.
Innovation and creativity are sought after traits in the startup community, but nurturing and encouraging those qualities in the next generation in an era focused on STEM and standardized testing can be difficult. Nathan Heck addresses that challenge through his web series Artrageous with Nate
A baker who struggles with OCD and anxiety, James Avant, sailed through The Big Pitch at Rhinegeist Brewery on Oct. 7 to win $15,000 to seed his budding business Obsessive Cake Disorder. The audience choice award of $5,000 went to Scott Beseler of The Lodge in Northern Kentucky.
FEASTY, which is the first app to connect people with restaurants in real-time, recently moved offices to the 84.51° building to be part of the company’s Startup in Residence program.
Scott Beseler has been working on The Lodge, a one-stop-shop for bands, for five years. On Thursday, he's competing in ArtWorks' Big Pitch to seek additional funding to finish building renovations.
On Thursday, eight finalists will compete for $20,000 in small business grants at the third annual ArtWorks' Big Pitch presented by U.S. Bank at Rhinegeist.
The City of Covington will officially dedicate Innovation Alley at the Oct. 6 UpStart Celebration of Entrepreneurship. The alley connects Russel and Washington streets, between Sixth and Pike streets in downtown Covington.
Female-run SRO Prints is looking to expand its in-house production capacity with a shot at $20,000 in business grants at ArtWorks' Big Pitch presented by U.S. Bank on Oct. 6.
Khisha Asubuhi started Originalitees to bring some recognition to Greater Cincinnati. Her company has now outgrown its production, and is competing in Big Pitch to further its offerings.
For Thane Maynard, woodworking started out as a hobby that has grown into a small business. He's hoping to grow his business, Thane Maynard Custom Manufacturing, with the help of ArtWorks' Big Pitch.
The second annual Social Enterprise Cincy Summit will take place on Oct. 3. In addition to keynote speakers and panel discussions, the event will also feature the Demo Day for the first cohort of Elevator graduates.
This fall, Bad Girl Ventures is welcoming five entrepreneurs and business owners to its LAUNCH class. At the end of the class, each business competes for a BGV business loan.
Tempal Grace Hitt started her all natural and organic beauty line out of necessity, and now it's grown into a thriving business. Grace Green Beauty is competing in ArtWorks' Big Pitch sponsored by U.S. Bank on Oct. 6.
Frameshop is looking to step up its custom framing game and be more present in Cincinnati by opening a second shop. The company will compete in ArtWorks' Big Pitch on Oct. 6 to try and win business grants to fund the enterprise.
A partnership between The Hamilton Mill and Village Capital is yielding a new water-tech commercialization program, Pipeline H2O.