2016 Top Workplaces: Nominations now open



It’s time to submit nominations for recognition next year as one of 
Columbus CEO’s 2016 Top Workplaces.

Office Space: Priority Designs' new office reflects brand, product development expertise

The industrial design consulting firm spent more than $2.5 million renovating a former car dealership into its Whitehall headquarters.

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Briefing: How Columbus hospitals use social media

Mindset Digital and the Ohio Hospital Association recently released a study on Ohio hospitals and social media. The diagnosis? A large increase in time devoted to hospitals’ social media.

Book review: ‘Miss Jessie’s’ mixes personal story, advice for entrepreneurs

Starting a business is the worst, most difficult, wonderful and magnificent thing you’ll ever do — but as in the new book Miss Jessie’s: Creating a Successful Business from Scratch –Naturally by Miko Branch, sometimes it’s also hair-raising.
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